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The East Midlands Branch hosted a full day workshop to develop members' formal debriefing techniques, an excellent and thought-provoking session run my Nigel Humphreys from the East Midlands Committee. The day included a series of structured group activities: Reviewing the NOS against their own role Completed a personal learning style questionnaire Peer reviewed & benchmarked several debrief reports Demonstrated use of the experiential learning cycle as a debriefing methodology Explored the Joint Decisions Model as a debriefing model Explored several communication styles Reflected upon their own style / performance as a facilitator This excellent day, attended by 8 EPS members can be duplicated elsewhere in UK, contact the branch chair - Andy McCombe - for more details.Read More
Brexit deal or no deal? What does it mean for our planning and preparation?Read More
The recent militant attack at the DusitD2 hotel complex in Kenya is a stark reminder about the terrorist firearms threat at crowded places.Read More
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The keynote discussion at the EPS’s 2018 Networking Study Day was led by Lord Kerslake and Dr Hugh Deeming, authors of the Kerslake Review into the events around the terror attack on Manchester Arena on 22 May, 2017.Read More
The first joint Branch and Professional Working Group seminar was held at Leicestershire Police HQ on 12 July. Thirty five members and paying guests spent an informative day learning about the threat, defence measures, training and exercising plus a case study. Due to the raised profile of CBRN in UK it is hoped that the CBRN PWG will work with other branches to develop learning. Andy McCombe, Chair of the East Midlands Branch, said that it was great to see so many members from other branches making the trip to improve their knowledge and network with other members and guests.Read More
This year we celebrate 25 years of the Emergency Planning Society and in doing so we are reflecting on the many incidents and emergencies that have taken place during that time, both within the UK and globally.Read More