This is not a drill: police preparedness for climate emergency: summary report of a scoping study

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Hallenberg, K., Lydon, D. and Kapageorgiadou, V. 2022. This is not a drill: police preparedness for climate emergency: summary report of a scoping study. Canterbury Christ Church University.
AuthorsHallenberg, K., Lydon, D. and Kapageorgiadou, V.
Abstract

This report summarises the results of a small-scale scoping study on the state of preparedness of the police, and public
sector partners and agencies, for the consequences of the climate emergency. A self-selected cohort of 13 strategic, tactical, and operational levels of risk assessment,
planning, management, and delivery were interviewed and a number of themes identified. These can be aggregated under four higher order headings of climate change impacts, why
should the police care, prioritisation and preparation, and enabling and impeding factors. The report provides a brief discussion of each including a graphic representation of their relationship, and highlights recommendations and future
research opportunities.

KeywordsClimate change; Policing; Local resilience forums; Emergency planning
Year2022
PublisherCanterbury Christ Church University
FunderCanterbury Christ Church University
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