Learning from 9/11

Learning from 9/11

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Researchers found that: (1) proactive intelligence gathering within the community about terrorist threats and sharing that info. within and among agencies are key to presenting a response to terrorist attacks; (2) counterterrorism policing is the same as crime policing; (3) the first priority in responding to a terrorist attack is to save lives, incl. first responders; (4) both departments have greatly expanded counterterrorism training at all levels and have integrated the training into traditional police training exercises; and (5) setting up a media relations plan is essential to get accurate info. out to both family members of victims and the general public to control rumors and prevent the spread of misinformation. Illustrations.Even in northern Virginia, where agencies regularly work together under mutual aid agreements, differences in the ... Develop a plan with local emergency medical services and local hospitals for transporting the injured to area ... Include private-sector property managers and private security in training and exercises. Ensureanbsp;...

Title:Learning from 9/11
Author: Gwen Holden
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2009

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