During a crisis, people expect accurate, real-time information. They also turn to local, state, and federal government for leadership, guidance, and accountability.
A crisis can happen at any time, and it’s important for government at all levels to be prepared. While some aspects of a response will be done in-the-moment and require keen reactions and an astute handling of the situation, others key elements of a response can be prepared for now.
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25 Crisis Response Ninja Moves was developed by Ric Cantrell and adapted as an infographic with permission by Utah Counties Indemnity Pool. Mr. Cantrell served as the chief of staff for the Utah State Senate for 14 years before moving into a similar role for Attorney General Sean Reyes. Follow him on Twitter.