Following disasters, it is usual for various forms of operational reviews or evaluations to be undertaken to identify causal factors and decisions which may have led to the experienced outcomes on the community. The objective is to be able to identify what happened and if there is any way of mitigating a repetition of the effects in the future. An example is The Callide Creek Flood Report which presents the findings of a comprehensive review of the events about Tropical Cyclone Marcia and its impact on the Callide Valley in 2015. The review was conducted by the Inspector-General Emergency Management, Queensland.
Follow the link for the report https://www.igem.qld.gov.au/reports-and-publications/callide-review-release.html