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1425 South Columbia Road. If you need me Im here.It wasnt like he was trying to play Big Mr Coast Guard" That is what was commendable about the official actions of the Coast Guard harbor pilots and harbor police is that they recognized the value of the emergent resource around them They saw people with particular skills working in their areas of expertise doing things well and they came to the conclusion the response was better off letting them help Not everyone appreciates those contributions as readily as others Even after the August 2016 flooding in Louisiana we heard of some initial resistance to volunteer efforts But we cant tout the resilience of community or the value of the "whole community" in disaster response if we wholesale forbid them from stepping up to rightfully do what needs to be done We see that the willingness to "just do what needs to be done" a phrase that mariners used repeatedly after 9/11 to describe their actions is not a uniquely Gulf Coast tendency Nor is it uniquely American Consider the boat operators who spontaneously converged and worked alongside formal responders while a shooter attacked a youth camp on the Norwegian island of Utoya Like his 9/11 peers one boat operator described in a Telegraph interview that you "just do what it takes" In the flooding following Hurricane Harvey the Cajun Navy has been doing what it takes But it has also illustrated yet again that the success of our formal responses often depends upon latent capacities already present in our communities Following Hurricane Harvey we saw law enforcement officials such as those in Harris County specifically reach out to include such emergent resources in their response Such actions are commendable and likely helped to save lives We must be clear: those emergent efforts do not replace the resources required from outside the affected areas or by those we often deem as officials Citizen capacity does not justify divestment In events on the scale of disaster and catastrophe however those formal systems will fall short without involving informal responses in a meaningful way And in some cases lives will be lost Although safety and security are critical during a crisis there is value in the improvised citizen response to disaster Value in planning and improvisation Throughout history frustration with current policies has often led to changes in disaster management As historian Scott Knowles pointed out even the Federal Emergency Management Agency was established in 1979 in response to a concern that disaster response was too fragmented across agencies More recently a focus on the Incident Command System has permeated the rhetoric of American emergency management The Incident Command System which is a formalized management system of organizing resources and tasks is highly practical in incidents such as wildfires the type of hazard for which the Incident Command System was first developed And it was born out of the frustrations with incompatible systems across organizations But our research on the boat evacuation of 9/11 as well as evaluation by other social scientists points to how the Incident Command System does not deliver a completely uniform compatible system in more decentralized complex disasters This is precisely because improvised and emergent activity cant be fully structured ahead of time Instead the Incident Command System works quite well in emergencies where established responders are working with other established and expected responders The incident command system is basically a tool for agencies to manage themselves The word "incident" itself is telling: a confined or localized event Scholars have listed the characteristics of an event that could be managed in an incident command system: relatively small relatively readily understood established technical procedures and a lack of emergent activity The interpretation of the event rests in the hands of a few specialists But agencies managing themselves is not the same as managing a disaster A disaster entails different interpretations involving all the functions of communityfunctions that are never clearly understood and that are always contested Those functions arent commanded they are negotiated Boat operators on 9/11 did not neatly fit into an Incident Command System system nor could they have given the surprise of their involvement But the reason they were able to do so much was because no one forced them to Rather they were able to evolve and fit alongside formal systems in a thoughtful collaborative and deliberate way We are sure to eventually hear examples of risks unnecessarily taken or of errors in judgment throughout the vast armada of boat operators engaged in rescue operations in flooded Houston and surrounding communities just like there may have been isolated cases in flooded Louisiana communities last year But that shouldnt let us lose sight of the impressive coordination and collaboration that bolstered this response effort We must continue to learn the right lessons from disaster: that there is value to both planning and improvisation in disaster That although citizens might sometimes make mistakes they also enable the greatest of responses That successful disaster response in part depends on a willingness of formal responders to acknowledge the capacities of our citizenry be they mariners or farmers welders or educators or something else entirely So thank you to the Cajun Navy and to the rest of those in flood-affected communities drawing on their supplies equipment and know-how to help their neighbors to help complete strangers and to keep reminding us of the value of citizenry in disaster response This is an updated version of an article originally published on August 22 2016 Tricia Wachtendorf is Professor of Sociology Director of Disaster Research Center at University of Delaware and James Kendra is Professor of Public Policy & Administration at University of Delaware This article was originally published on The Conversation Read the original article Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsBusiness owner Bob Wedin saw a shocking sight—a trail of blood — near his warehouse on Dyke Avenue "Well what I saw was a blood trail You know drippings” Wedin said The student 21-year-old Jacob Huber rode a train close to a mile into the area from downtown But police said when he tried to jump off it took a grisly turn"Still under investigation"said Lt Bill Macki with the Grand Forks Police Department? 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