This 2-day seminar provides first line supervisors, shift commanders,
special unit commanders or individuals responsible for operational
level oversight an opportunity to review community vulnerabilities,
assess proactive prevention and design protocols to enhance response
and recovery capabilities.
The community is addressed both for the
daily vulnerabilities and those created by significant events such as
parades, sporting events, community events or other large
gatherings. Throughout the session, group exercises are conducted in
vulnerability assessment, asset inventory, asset partnerships,
community involvement, enhanced response planning, and recovery
strategies. Participants will also receive an Executive Protection
briefing and be provided with an updates on international, national,
and local terrorist activity.
Key Topics Include:
- Community vulnerabilities
- Law enforcement's role as a change agent within the agency and within the community
- Community relationships
- Threat assessment and data collection tools
- Community response development
- Action planning
Who Should Attend?
This training is intended for the “command
personnel” from police and fire agencies, public safety departments and
other local government agencies.
For questions or to schedule this training at your location, contact Kristina Mahloch