The study conducted by an independent firm analyzed every aspect of the department’s work. It revealed more than 50 specific things than need to be fixed.
The report cost $150,000 to put together. The majority of the recommendations are expected to cost little to implement. Link
Richmond will change the way it prepares for natural and other disasters by shifting emergency shelters into multiple public school buildings and improving communication, both with the public and among city officials.
via Richmond Times-Dispatch.