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International Journal of Emergency Services

International Journal of Emergency Services


ISSN: 2047-0894

This journal is a Hybrid Open Access journal
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Editorial team

Editor-in-Chief

Professor Paresh Wankhade
Edge Hill University, UK
Paresh.Wankhade@edgehill.ac.uk

Associate Editor

Professor DeMond S. Miller
Rowan University, USA
millerd@rowan.edu

Advisory Editor

Professor Naim Kapucu, School of Public Administration, University of Central Florida, USA

Regional Editor - Australasia

Dr Joe Griffin, Victoria University, Australia

Regional Editor - Europe

Dr Kees Boersma, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands

Regional Editor - North America

Dr Leigh McCarley Blaney, Vancouver Island University, Canada

Book Review Editor

Mr Craig Parkin
Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service, UK
craig.parkin@notts-fire.gov.uk

Publisher

Hazel Goodes
hgoodes@emeraldgroup.com

Content Editor

Freya Stockford
fstockford@emeraldgroup.com

Editorial Advisory Board

Dr Dianne Catherwood, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Dr Lucy Easthope, University of Lincoln, UK
Dr Anne Eyre, Trauma Training Ltd, UK
Mrs Kirsten Greenhalgh, University of Nottingham, UK
Dr Geoff Heath, Keele University, UK
Dr Matt Hinds-Aldrich, Atlanta Fire Rescue Dept., USA
Professor Maximiliano Korstanje, University of Palermo, Argentina
Dr Rachel Manning, University of Buckingham, UK
Professor Paul Middleton, University of Sydney, Australia
Mr Peter Murphy, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Professor Andy Newton, College of Paramedics, UK
Professor Dan O'Hair, University of Kentucky, USA
Dr Jon M. Shane, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, USA
Dr Jill Tolfrey, Firefighters Charity, UK
Professor David Weir, Edge Hill University, UK
Ms Suzanne Wilkie, Scottish Resilience, UK