JESIP Joint Doctrine
It is recognised that each service has its own well-defined role and supporting operating procedures. Key reviews have found that specific joint operating procedures were needed for Police, Fire and Ambulance services.
The ‘JESIP Joint Doctrine, the Interoperability Framework’ has been released and we are now investigating the changes needed in local procedures to ensure a ‘fit’ with this key document across the blue light services.
Joint Decision Model
A key element of the Joint Doctrine is the ‘Joint Decision Model’ helping tri-service commanders bring together available information, reconcile objectives and make effective decisions together.
JESIP Training Courses
Two one-day courses have been developed for priority command staff at both Operational and Tactical levels across East and West Sussex Fire and Rescue Services.
The following members of staff across East and West Sussex, have been trained and certified to provide the training in conjunction with colleagues from Police and Ambulance and will carry out the training in 2014.
Station Manager's George O'Reilly, Chris Baker, Steve Clack and Keith Parvin
More information on all the above and copies of the Joint Doctrine are available on the JESIP website.