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Community Resilience Strategy Year One Outcomes Report

Community Resilience Strategy Year One Outcomes Report

Published 16/03/2018
We are pleased to announce the release of the Community Resilience Strategy - Year One Outcomes Report, February 2018. The report presents some key highlights, activities and outcomes from the Strategy implementation that took place during the period of 2016-2017.

We are pleased to announce the release of the Community Resilience Strategy - Year One Outcomes Report, February 2018. The report presents some key highlights, activities and outcomes from the Strategy implementation that took place during the period of 2016-2017.

On 29 July 2016, the Hon James Merlino MP, Minister for Emergency Services launched the Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) Community Resilience Strategy 2016-2019; an important element of realising VICSES’ vision of Safer Communities – Together.

The Strategy details our plan for building community resilience, through:

  • Making us accountable to deliver our corporate imperatives;
  • How we will join and connect with communities;
  • How we will develop positive partnerships;
  • How we will meet our traditional and emerging accountabilities as an emergency service organisation; and
  • How we will provide and share timely, effective reporting that’s meaningful.

Download the Community Resilience Strategy Year One Outcomes Report now (6MB)

While much of the language around community resilience is new, community education and engagement have long been part of the work of VICSES.

We are pleased to announce the release of the Community Resilience Strategy - Year One Outcomes Report, February 2018. The report presents some key highlights, activities and outcomes from the Strategy implementation that took place during the period of 2016-2017.

We welcome your feedback to assist us in the delivery and evaluation of the Strategy in Years’ Two and Three.  

To provide feedback on the Year One Outcomes Report or the VICSES Community Resilience Strategy 2016-2019, please email resilience@ses.vic.gov.au or contact your local VICSES regional office.