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“Keep the Courts Open”. A Model for Collaborative Court Emergency Preparedness. Justice Anstead. Justice Wells. Justice Pariente. Justice Lewis. Leadership. We must deal with crises in a way that protects the health and safety of everyone inside our facilities

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Keep the courts open

“Keep the Courts Open”

A Model for Collaborative

Court Emergency Preparedness


Leadership

Justice Anstead

Justice Wells

Justice Pariente

Justice Lewis

Leadership

  • We must deal with crises in a way that protects the health and safety of everyone inside our facilities

  • We must “keep the courts open” to ensure justice for the people

Chief Justices of the Florida Supreme Court, 9/11 to Present


Staff dedicated to the initiative

Staff Dedicated to the Initiative

  • Emergency Coordinating Officer (ECO)

  • Public Information Officer (PIO)

  • A branch-wide ECO and PIO

  • Alternates for each ECO and PIO


Practical tools

Practical Tools

  • The Process for Responding to Emergencies

    • Administrative and Emergency Procedures

    • Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP)

  • The Court Emergency Management Group (CEMG)

    • The CEMG represents a policy group

  • The Eight Fill in the Blank Templates

  • The Court Emergency Management Team (CEMT)

    • The CEMT represents an operational team


Process under the administrative and emergency procedures

Initial Response to Emergencies Will be Outlined and Should be Followed Based on the Administrative and Emergency Procedures

An Individual or Group will make an Initial Assessment as to Whether or Not the Primary Facility Needs to be Closed

Does Emergency Cause

the Closure of Primary Facility?

Immediately

No

Yes

Handle the Emergency Situation as Outlined in the Administrative and Emergency Procedures

Yes

Is the Length of the Closure Minimal and Acceptable?

No

Address Emergency and Resume Full Operations in Primary Facility

Address Emergency and Resume Full Operations in Primary Facility

COOP

Process under the Administrative and Emergency Procedures

Emergency Pending or Occurs

A copy of this PowerPoint is available at

www.flcourts.org (Click on “Emergency Preparedness”)


Process under the continuity of operations plan coop

An Individual or Group will Assess Whether or Not Full Operations in the Primary Facility can be Reconstituted within 30 Days of COOP Activation

Activate COOP and Begin the Process toward Performance of Mission Essential Functions in a Predetermined and Temporary Alternate Facility

Can Full Operations in Primary Facility be Reconstituted in 30 Days?

Immediately

Yes

No

Immediately Begin Efforts to Reconstitute Full Operations within 30 Days in a Long-Term Alternate Facility

Perform Mission Essential Functions under the COOP on a Temporary Basis

Perform Mission Essential Functions under the COOP on a Temporary Basis

Transfer Back into Full Operations in the Primary Facility

Full Operations in a Long-Term Alternate Facility Initiated within 30 Days

Process under the Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP)

COOP

A copy of this PowerPoint is available at

www.flcourts.org (Click on “Emergency Preparedness”)


Lessons learned reinforced

Lessons Learned/Reinforced

  • Leadership must make emergency preparedness a priority

  • Leadership must establish clear strategic goals

  • Leadership must dedicate staff to the initiative

  • Staff must get the courts tapped into the existing emergency management network

  • Staff must coordinate with all relevant stakeholders

  • Staff should develop practical planning tools to assist in the development of policies and plans

  • Staff must implement redundant means of communication

  • Staff must address information technology and records issues


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“Keep the Courts Open”

Appendix: Preparing for a Pandemic


Planning efforts related to pandemic influenza

Planning Efforts related to Pandemic Influenza

  • Florida State Courts Strategy for Pandemic Influenza

    • Endorsed March 29, 2006

  • Statewide training event held on June 26, 2006 in Orlando

  • Purchase of emergency supplies

  • Coordination with the Florida Department of Health and other stakeholders is ongoing

A copy of the Strategy is available at

www.flcourts.org (Click on “Emergency Preparedness”)


Relationship between the elements of the strategy for pandemic influenza

Leads to

Leads to

Leads to

Relationship Between the Elements of the Strategy for Pandemic Influenza

Improved Capacity to

Achieve the Strategic Goals

Improved Capacity to

Achieve the Tactical Objectives

Improved Capacity to Implement the Process

Complete the Seven Planning Tasks

A copy of the Strategy is available at

www.flcourts.org (Click on “Emergency Preparedness”)


Contact information

Contact Information

Contact Information:

Greg Cowan 850-922-5460 or 850-509-1578 [email protected]

Additional Information:

www.flcourts.org(Click on “Emergency Preparedness”)


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