Effective justice and emergency management systems are critical to public safety and prosperity. The impacts of crime, disaster and emergencies are increasingly visible and have heightened the need for agencies to undertake more coordinated and more effective prevention, preparedness, response and justice activities.
Resilience is central to all four stages of the emergency management process – mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. Ensuring a fair and accessible justice system requires close collaboration between multiple stakeholders.
Our consultants understand the complexity of the justice and emergency management systems and their interplay with the social services system. We bring multiple stakeholders together, navigate complex institutional relationships and have the experience supporting clients to identify and deliver system and service improvements.