Present at CRR 2021
The Community Risk Reduction Leadership Conference is designed to:
- Educate fire and safety leadership
- Demonstrate the need for CRR programs
- Educate on the benefits of implementing a program
- Train leadership to conduct analysis and develop and implement CRR in their departments
We’re looking for dynamic presenters who bring critical thinking and innovation coupled with real-world experiences and case studies that will stimulate the conversations about how to create and manage community risk reduction.
The CRR Leadership Conference Program Planning Committee is accepting proposals for CRR 2021. We encourage you to be a part of the dynamic program.
The deadline to submit your presentation has been extended through Monday, June 15, 2020.
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This basic session is designed to help fire and emergency services learn what community risk reduction is and how to build organizational support for it. A course in this session should address the challenges that fire departments face in shifting their priorities. In many departments, community risk reduction is still considered a low priority.
These sessions should demonstrate how community risk reduction can help departments become more of a community player in times of decreased budgets. Community Risk Reduction (CRR) is an integrated approach to risk management that marries emergency operations and fire prevention strategies into a more cohesive approach to reducing risks in any community. It includes the fire department partnering with the community, nonprofit organizations, and any private sector agencies with a nexus to an identified community risk.
New Technologies, Resources, and Tools in CRR
This track should provide students with an opportunity to see the latest technologies and techniques being used in Community Risk Reduction as well as include resources and tools being used throughout CRR. This should also provide innovative ideas and technologies being used for CRR.
Research and Analysis
This track should provide agencies on how to conduct a Community Risk Assessment and lay the foundation for an agency to create a community risk reduction plan. These sessions should also include ideas and thoughts on outcome performance measurements. This could also potentially include how fire departments use a data management system with geographic information system (GIS) capabilities to review and analyze incident information and help to determine needs and identify gaps.