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1 Academics v Practitioners Different approaches to Emergency Planning Management Tom Knox

2 Saturday January 18 th Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer Jackson Street, Gateshead

3 “Hostage…Knifepoint…Siege…Nightmare” 3Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer

4 The De-brief process 4Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer Firearms Teams? Negotiators? Uniform Responders? Press/Media? Jackson St. Retailers?

5 Northumbria Police Incidents 5Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer Bridge Incidents River Rescues Dangerous Dogs The Police Club

6 Conclusion- Pollock Report – October 2013 “…Lessons from the events are not being learned to the extent that there is sufficient change in both policy and practice to prevent their repetition…Their prescriptions are often structurally focused, proposing new procedures and systems”. “ But the challenge is to ensure…there is a change in organisational culture and personal practices. Such changes in attitudes, values, beliefs and behaviours are more difficult to achieve and take longer to embed” 6Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer

7 Embracing the Academic Approach to EPM 7Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer All theory no practice ? Arrogance, remote ? Out of touch ? Perpetuate blame culture? Distort truth for impact ? Alienate those they could influence most ? Often Independent Subject matter expertise Time and resources Political influence Ability and acumen Stimulation and challenge Threats Opportunities

8 The Metropolitan Police Service 8Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer Institutionally Racist Incompetent Dishonest Weak Leaders Indiscrete Political Criminal Inefficient Insular

9 9Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer Population of 7.2 Million 620 Square miles 31,000 Officers 50,000+ Staff Diverse London is the World Inclusive Professional Totally Committed Can-do attitude Award winning employer Resilient World renowned Constantly evolving

10 10Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer Aftermath of 7/7 bombs Surveillance Tulse Hill Misidentified as Hussain Osman Followed onto tube train Shot 8 times and killed Eye-witness reports Media reporting Met Police Strategy

11 Human Factors 11Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer Psychological Needs Competence – want to improve Autonomy – choice Belong – contribute, be part of something

12 Personal Experience 12Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer Tottenham High Street – August 2011 Bradford Riots Drax Protests G8 Summit England Football Newcastle v Sunderland Twickenham RFU Student Protests London Riots

13 Challenges For Emergency Planning Management Unplanned, Significant Impacts that have Consequences for People… Challenge to Practitioners ? Challenge to Academics ? It is hard to take someone to a place you have no intention of ever visiting yourself… 13Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer

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15 Risks 15Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer Supply and demandAccess and trespass Public safety The clean up/crowd damage Sanitation & water quality Reputation and relationships

16 Embracing best Practice 16Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer Emergency Planning Cycle

17 North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum 17Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer

18 Tour de France 5 th July - Ripon pipe burst 07:00; report of 6” pipe burst in Ripon on the race route, 60 properties without water, YW attend site 08:30; NYCC Highways on site accessing highway, road surface had dropped by 30cm. Race due in 3 hours. Key contacts made with Harrogate LRF Bronze Control excellent on ground working between LA’s and YW Request to access race route agreed & actioned YW valve operation to bring customers back on supply Customers without supply provided with bottled water 12:00; an excavation on route had been made, backfilled and resurfaced Customers supplies were then restored 18Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer

19 Recovery 19Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer Isolate burst Temporary Repair Talk to the Customers Provide alternative supplies

20 ... 3am Sunday 6 th July– Cable fault 20Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer

21 Pre-Olympic Worries 21Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer

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23 JESIP Interoperability and the Blue Light Services Joint training and learning Joint Doctrine Shared Situational Awareness - METHANE Aspire for embedded practice Joint Decision Model Initial first responder communications Transition Stage- Oct 1st 2014 to 31 st March 2015 Inclusion of ALL Emergency responders… 23Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer

24 Selby Tyre Plant Fire – January Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer

25 The JESIP Joint Doctrine “For major and complex emergencies, it is a simple fact that no one service can initially appreciate all relevant dimensions of an emergency. This deeper and wider understanding will only come from meaningful communication between the emergency services and other emergency responders”. 25Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer

26 Better Together ? No “us” and “them” Mutual respect Bring your piece of the jigsaw Challenge existing culture and the Status Quo Positive engagement- JESIP just the start… Embrace passion and professionalism Take responsibility for change Turn a theory into best practice… 26Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer

27 Questions 27Presentation title - edit in Header and Footer


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