Officials are combing through files, intercepts and databases to see if they had previous information on extremist activity of the Tsarnaev brothers.
At least two first responders are among the dead and 60 people still missing.
Kevin McGinnis is helping to drive the FirstNet board toward the creation of a nationwide public safety network.
Special event planning requires emergency planners to work extensively with local, state and federal partners to plan for mass causality contingencies.
Boston PD solicits video footage of finish line, while Massachusetts governor asks for those who may have seen something to call and share their tips.
Forty-eight sites will be stood up post-disaster, where citizens can go for communication needs and supplies.
The dance craze that took the Internet by storm is helping spread important messages.
In some cases, it’s the call-taker who helps a frantic person on the other end of the line administer first aid by giving instructions over the phone.
Places like Hoboken, N.J., aren’t waiting for another Superstorm Sandy. But what’s best for one city may not be best for the region.
It will take an all-hazards tactic, additional campus safety personnel and a new approach to building design for schools to become more hardened against the threat.
- All-Hazards/All-Stakeholders Summits
- Public Safety Technology Summits
- Emergency Management Webinars
- Emergency Management Degree Programs
- Homeland Security Degree Programs
- Certificate Programs
- Best Practice Guides
- Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- How I Got Into Emergency Management: A Young Professional
- Hiring the Right Way
Emergency Management Papers
This Special Report drills into these best practices, offers case study highlights of successful security policies across the country, reports additional details from the latest CDG research and provides a list of the top tools available today to defend against the shadowy community of domestic and international intruders.