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Fairfax, VA: Terrorism Response Operations for Public Safety
February 13, 2012
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Terrorism Response Operations for Public Safety

Hosted by the City of Fairfax Office of Emergency Management 

REGISTRATION OPENS THURSDAY, FEB 16Th.

PM Session: Program for Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, Emergency Management, Healthcare, Military, Analysts and Public Safety Special Response/Operations Teams.

  • Current and Emerging Threats Overview
  • International, Domestic,“Lone Wolves”, Extremists, Criminal Elements 
  • Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) & Homemade Explosives (HME) Awareness
  • Suicide Bombers and Car Bombings (VBIED)
  • Pre-Incident Planning 
  • Multi-Agency Response Operations 
  • Crisis Management & Command Considerations 
  • Scene Safety/Protective Measures   

Date, Time and Location: Monday, April 16th, 2012 (1300-1630).  VDOT District Office, Potomac
Conference Center, 4975 Alliance Drive, Suite 1N201, Fairfax, VA 22030 

 

Registration: STUDENTS MUST PRE-REGISTER. To reserve a seat register at OEM@fairfaxva.gov or call 703-273-6269 no later than March 30, 2012 with name, agency and e-mail. Please be seated no later than 1300.               

Audience: Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, Emergency Management, Healthcare, Military, Analysts and Public Safety Special Response/Operations Teams.

STUDENTS MUST BE A CURRENT MEMBER OF A PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCY OR MILITARY TO ATTEND AND MUST HAVE AGENCY I.D.    

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