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You could help minimise harm in a public attack. Here’s what it means to be a ‘zero responder’

By Milad Haghani, Senior Lecturer of Urban Mobility, Public Safety & Disaster Risk, UNSW Sydney
The “zero responders” – bystanders who proactively assist – play a pivotal role in the immediate response to crisis. They can be key players in preventing, reporting and containing a violent incident.The Conversation

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