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Originally Posted by Simon Bentley View Post
Because it complicates availability reporting etc if the responder (inevitabily) forgets to inform Group A that he has been deployed by team B. There
Sorry I don't agree as Clive said it would be the same as if you were on holiday etc.

If both groups were to be deployed to the same incident (which would be rare as I am sure one would be deployed and ask for mutual aid from the other) as long as they were an active responder and were working to the rules of the group they were responding for where is the issue?

Some groups are incredibly social and do social days/nights away if a responder was a member of two groups there is an instant benefit.

Can I ask is it currently not allowed by 4x4Response UK or is it just up to the individual groups?
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