The organisations in West Yorkshire Prepared work collaboratively to ensure there is co-ordination, co-operation and efficiency within the partnership, working together for the benefit of the communities they serve.

Made up of the region’s key emergency responders and specific supporting agencies, the Partnership works to help communities prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies and major incidents.

West Yorkshire Prepared, also undertakes risk assessments and produces a Risk Register to outline the types of risks that may occur locally and give advice on how to be better prepared for such events.

To find out more about how to be better prepared for an emergency, or for more details on the activities of West Yorkshire Prepared, please visit the website or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

The Forum is co-chaired by Assistant Chief Constable Catherine Hankinson (West Yorkshire Police), Deputy Chief Fire Officer Dave Walton (West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service) and Chief Executive Kersten England (Bradford Council).

There are numerous partner organisations involved including:

Bradford Metropolitan Council
Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council
Kirklees Metropolitan Council
Leeds City Council 
Wakefield Metropolitan District Council
West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service
West Yorkshire Police Service
Yorkshire Ambulance Service
British Transport Police
Environment Agency
The Met Office
The Highways Agency
Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
The Rail Industry
Utilities (Northern Power Grid)
Voluntary Sector

The West Yorkshire LRF office is based at the West Yorkshire Police Headquarters at Carr Gate and can be contacted via:

Post: Room 2.17, Sovereign House
Carr Gate Complex
Bradford Road

Tel: 01924 293184

Manager: Inspector John-Paul Berriff

Operations Support: Stuart Parkin 

Communications Officer: Liz Armitage