Police Commissioner calls meeting to ensure Lichfield agencies are prepared to deal with aftermath of major incidents

Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner says it is crucial that public agencies are prepared for any eventuality after the spate of recent terror attacks.

Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis

Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis

Matthew Ellis has called a “high level meeting” of organisations in Lichfield to discuss the issue.

The session on Wednesday (June 21) will also see Staffordshire’s Assistant Chief Constable Nick Adderley issue an update on the police perspective

Commissioner Ellis said he was keen to see knowledge shared to help aid civil contingency planning.

“Tragic events of late have once again highlighted the need to make sure the work of the police and other agencies to keep us all safe,” he said. “The meeting I’ve called will provide a security update, but will also be a chance to understand in detail all agencies’ preparedness to work together in the most difficult circumstances.

“After the recent horrific fire at the Grenfell House tower block in London I also intend to use the meeting to seek assurance that the wider civil contingencies plans responding to the most serious incidents are adequate.”

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1 Comment

  1. Darryl

    19th June, 2017 at 3:43 pm

    If this isn’t good value for money from the Commissioner for the Bleeding Obvious, I don’t know what is?!

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