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What psychology tells us about the failure of the emergency services at the Manchester Arena bombing

By Nicola Power, Lecturer in Psychology, Lancaster University
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The second stage of the official inquiry into the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017 has produced a harrowing account of what went wrong in the emergency response.

The terrorist attack resulted in the deaths of 22 innocent victims. Sir John Saunders, chair of the inquiry, concluded that Jesip, the joint emergency services interoperability programme, had failed – and that this was not the first time it had happened.

Jesip provides national strategic…The Conversation

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