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Preparing for Emergencies
The East of England Regional Resilience Forum (RRF) was formed in April 2003 to provide multi-agency strategic direction to civil protection planning in the region, and to improve communication within the region, with neighbouring regions, and with central Government.
The Government Office for the East of England Regional Resilience Team (RRT) was created to fulfil two main roles:
We have developed links with the wide variety of organisations in the East of England who have a role to play in planning for or responding to civil emergencies. We communicate regularly with those who have roles and responsibilities placed on them by the Civil Contingencies Act 2004.
We host a number of events where the East of England’s emergency planners have the opportunity to meet and discuss issues with senior officials from a variety of central Government departments.
We take part in a number of local, regional and cross-regional exercises. These are designed to test the plans and procedures of organisations who have a role to play during an emergency.
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