Crises happen in every community, in every agency, and can strike with or without warning. How you respond to a crisis matters as much as — if not more than — the actual crisis itself.
People expect things to go wrong. Trains don’t always run on time. People make mistakes. In our world — fires are literal and a crisis may be a serious scandal or crime, or it may be something as simple as a failure to adequately communicate a new program or schedule.
In this age citizens, voters, constituents, customers, and employees have high expectations of their government and emergency agencies during a crisis. They want you to be visible, timely, and informative.
With decades of combined experience in crisis communications and news reporting, the staff at JGPR is uniquely suited to assist municipalities, school districts, police and fire departments, public health departments, nonprofits, and corporations of all shapes and sizes when a crisis strikes.
By employing measured, time-tested best practices combined with the latest digital tools, social media and media relations, contact JGPR today to find out how we can help you better manage a crisis.
No crisis is too big or too small and no reasonable budget will be refused.