Ken Knight

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Sir Ken Knight, CBE, QFSM, DL, MIFireE is the current HM Chief Inspector of Fire Services and Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser in England & Wales.

The position of "Chief Fire & Rescue Adviser" is a new government role created in 2007.

Sir Ken started his new role in October 2007, up to that point he had been the commissioner for fire at the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority, which includes the role of Chief Fire Officer of the London Fire Brigade. Formally, his rank was: Commissioner for Fire and emergency Planning. In May 2007, the Department for Communities and Local Government, which is the government department responsible for fire and resilience in England and Wales announced that he had been appointed as the first ever Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser. This new role, which includes the existing function of Her Majesty's Inspector of Fire Services, will also advise ministers, the Cabinet Office and local government during a major emergency. Sir Ken is also the co-opted director of the Chief Fire Officers Association


Extract of Sir Ken's biography from the DfCLG:

"Sir Ken Knight was the Commissioner for the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority. He started his fire service career in Surrey in 1966 and has served in a number of other fire and rescue...
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