The camp has an extensive and experienced emergency unit which has lead proactive and limiting measures on former camps. In addition to our own resources – consisting of over 90 volunteers from Rovers to doctors, many of whom with a background in the Rovers’ Emergency Unit and other volunteering organisations – we keep a close contact with the municipality, the Emergency Medical Communication Centre, the police and the fire department.

The National Jamboree Committee has had multiple exercises on how to handle both large and smaller incidents at the camp. The camp’s emergency unit is based upon the existing routines and guidelines of the Norwegian Guide and Scout Association and the Emergency Phone of the Norwegian Guide and Scout Association. There will also be patrolling hosts in camp 24 hours a day.

Furthermore, we pay close attention to and follow the threat evaluation of the Norwegian Police Security Service and Salten Police District – both before and during the camp. Terrorism and threats is also part of the security and risk analysis and safety plan for Nord 2017.