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Emergency services

The pre-eminent practice advising the emergency services sector, we count more than 50 blue light organisations as our clients. Our lawyers are recognised leaders in the sector.

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Our legal advice covers all issues police forces, PCCs, PFCC, fire and rescue services and ambulance trusts face. Our services will be tailored to a model to suit you. This could be us providing you with a permanent embedded in-house team using our staff sitting with you, close support to your established in-house team or even if it’s just for ad-hoc advice we aim to act as an extension of your organisation. Key services to the emergency services sector can be explored below.

Your priorities are our priorities.

Our long-standing experience in providing dedicated in-house teams to blue light organisations informs our holistic approach. We are experts in supplying legal services that support organisational and operational objectives. Our priority is helping drive your success.

We use extensive data analytics and other reporting tools to provide insights to your senior officers and executives which can help in the delivery of your objectives. Please feel free to contact our team so you can explore how this can be tailored to you.

For our police clients, we recognise the increasing pressures on individual officers’ time and work with police forces to help streamline their processes meaning less officer time spent on paperwork and sitting in court and more officer time spent proactively policing and protecting the public. Our streamlined and consistent processes allow uniformity of approach across force areas and a united and consistent approach to advocacy at court. It also enables accurate stakeholder, HMICFRS and FOI data reporting.

You can access our services by direct appointment through the following frameworks:

  • National Legal Services Framework
  • Crown Commercial Services
  • NHS SBS Framework

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