In the light of recent events worldwide and with 40 000 people descending on Port Elizabeth this weekend, it would be interesting to know what security arrangements are made:
Amongst many others questions, the following:
Who is in charge of security?
What are emergency procedures at the NMB stadium?
What emergency phone numbers are used?
Where is the command centre?
How many policemen will be on duty?
How many traffic cops will be on duty?
Has all leave been cancelled for these people?
Is the PE hospital complex on high alert?
How many ambulances are available?
Is all medical personnel on duty and leave cancelled?
What is the role of the PE municipality in arrangements?
Are any municipal employees currently on strike?
Where will the mayor be contactable?
What are the communication lines?
Please add any more …
om: John Best [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, April 19, 2013 8:05 AM
To: Human Settlements Cllr – Roberts
Cc: Shane Brown; email@example.com
Subject: Disaster Relief Plan Port Elizabeth
Good Day Councillor,
All major Sports events are policed by the SAPS in terms of the new Events Act.
A Venue Operational Centre (VOC) has been established AND a VOC Commander (SAPS)has been appointed who is incharge.
All emergency services are represented in the VOC.
Any further enquiries can be directed to Brig J Le Bok the Station Commander of Mount Road.
John Best Brig (ret)
Metro Police Project Team
Tel: 041 501 7942
b>>> On 4/18/2013 at 10:52 PM, in message , EDTA Cllr – Roberts wrote:
Hi John,Damn good question!Can you enlighten the lady?Regards,Chris.