FANY provide loggist support for the City of London Police

The FANY (PRVC) is providing extra resilience and bandwidth to the City of London Police (CoLP) COVID-19 response with daily loggist support.

An essential part of crisis management, logs may be used as evidence in any future review or legal proceedings. Logging is one of the core skills that FANY volunteers specialise in. Loggists support key management roles by recording information received, when decisions were made, and actions taken in real time.

CoLP Senior Police Staff Manager, Melissa Dark said "The logging and admin support the FANY have provided has been invaluable."

Corps members are security cleared and trained to provide 24/7 rapid multi-faceted response teams to support civil and military authorities in times of crisis.

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