People caught up in the terrorist attack at Manchester Arena, encouraged to share their experience
The Kerslake Arena Review
The Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham commissioned a non-statutory independent review of the events and aftermath of the Manchester Arena Terrorist Attack in July as part of his role as Police and Crime Commissioner.
Greater Manchester plans and prepares for a wide range of events but it is understood that every incident or event is unique and it is important to learn lessons around how prepared the city region was for the attack on May 22, 2017, and how we responded to the event. Unfortunately it is possible there will be future attacks here or elsewhere in the UK and it is paramount we continue to review and improve our approach.
The review wants to identify what a range of responding agencies did well on the night and during the following week that helped people as well as what could have been done better. The outcomes of this exercise will ensure we fully prepare for any future incidents here in Greater Manchester and also share our learning across the country. At the same time we are learning from colleagues in London and in international cities where there have been terrorist attacks too.
The Kerslake Arena Review is now accepting information from those affected by the Manchester Arena Attack. If you wish to be involved you can get in touch using the information below between 2nd October – 10th November.
- Phone: 0800 919 177 (open 9am-7pm, Monday to Friday)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Post: NSPCC Helpline, Weston House, 42 Curtain Road, London. EC2A 3NH
Children who wish to contribute their experiences to the independent review can do so through the Helpline or through the NSPCC’s Childline service on 0800 1111.
More information is available here: https://www.kerslakearenareview.co.uk/