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Risk Communications Network Pueblo, CO

Professionals dedicated to protecting the citizens of Pueblo County and the surrounding area by providing coordinated, accurate, consistent and timely public information

As always, the agenda will include networking and an open discussion lessons learned session.

Public Information Officers that are members of the Pueblo Risk Communications Network learn about...

Joint Information Center

Incident Command Structure

Community Outreach

Keeping Your Message Fresh

Community Outreach

Website Design

Photography

Public Speaking

Graphic Design

Writing

Social Media

Crisis Communication

Nothing Scheduled at this Time

Our Vision

The Risk Communications Network exists to build relationships, provide support and enhance coordination among Pueblo-area public information officers, thereby ensuring the delivery of timely, accurate and consistent information to all impacted audiences.

Our History

The Pueblo Risk Communications Network was formed in May 2004 in response to communication problems associated with several large-scale community emergencies.

During a crisis, the effective release of timely, factual information to the public may be hindered by a serious lack of coordination among the many agencies responding.

Public affairs professionals need to know one another and be trained together to effectively handle such an emergency. The RCN facilitates that by organizing quarterly meetings.

Membership in the RCN is drawn from city and county first responders; other city, county, state and federal agencies, the military; and other service and support organizations (utilities, hospitals, schools, chambers of commerce/tourism offices, volunteer organizations, etc).

*for more information on the RCN- Pueblo please contact Gayle Perez at 719.583.6222