The aim is to bring agencies, disciplines and nations – as well as the private and public sectors – together in order to increase the understanding of their different roles and perspectives, thereby improving a unified response to large scale crises.
The journal is read by senior members, commanders and leaders from the emergency services, police, military, business, local and national government officers, critical infrastructure providers, emergency planners and academics.
CRJ analyses past events to draw vital lessons for the future, while constantly scanning the horizon to identify and help mitigate new threats. It provides a much-needed professional global platform to exchange news, experience, and in-depth analysis of major incidents, as well as publishing cutting-edge thought leadership pieces and commentaries.
In the ten years since its launch, Crisis Response Journal has established itself as the unrivalled quality international publication that truly reflects the crisis community’s thirst for critical information, along with its need for the knowledge that helps to save lives, protect the environment, preserve property and safeguard economies.