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Emergency Services Collaboration Working Group National Review 2016

Have published their 2016 national review.

Following desire at both a national and local level to support emergency service collaboration, and in response to a request from central government to outline a number of collaborative projects suitable for up scaling on either a regional or national level; the Emergency Services Collaboration Working Group (ESCWG) have been working with services and associations to refresh the 2014 National Overview with examples of collaborative projects, plans and initiatives from across England and Wales. The examples provided within this document are warmly welcomed and provide a real insight into the sheer scale of progress over the course of the last two years.

The refreshed overview is designed to provide services and associations with a variety of examples of significant collaborative projects from across the country, which are designed to help deliver the efficient and effective emergency services everyone would like to see. The review is designed to be as accessible as possible and to be used in accordance with local needs and priorities. The ESCWG would like to express its thanks to the significant number and variety of organisations who have provided examples of collaborative practice, and looks forward to being able to use the information to help drive the collaboration agenda forward; both across the emergency services themselves and the wider public sector.

To read the review national-overview-v13-v2

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