DomPrep Journal

 

March 2017

Featured in this issue: The Evolving Chemical/Biological Terrorism Threat, By Ashley Frohwein; Creating a University Disaster Medical Response Team, By Ruben D. Almaguer; The How and the Why of Crowd Management, By Stephen Maloney; Defining Leadership Options in a Disaster Response, By Wendy W. Nesheim; Reducing Recidivism Among Islamic Extremists, By Richard Schoeberl; Chemical Weapons, Now the Norm, Moderated by Anthony S. Mangeri; Coastal Resilience Grants – States Left Holding the Sandbag, By Rodrigo (Roddy) Moscoso; Border Control Challenges – A Year Later, By Robert C. Hutchinson

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Community Engagement and Enforcement

Featured in this issue: Today’s Law Enforcement Challenges, By Kay C. Goss; Managing Civil Unrest & Protests in a New Environment, By Melissa Hyatt; Three “I”s to Repairing the Police/Community Relationship, By Marc R. Partee; Podcast: Joseph Trindal on Law Enforcement Retention, by Joseph Tindal; Community Oriented Policing Under Fire, By Rodrigo (Roddy) Moscoso; Implementation of an Active Shooter Plan, By William O. Jackson Jr.; Civilian/Military Collaboration for Domestic Response, By Jeffrey Driskill Sr.; The Ongoing Quest to Assess & Measure Preparedness, By Project Team at Emergency Management Executive Academy; A New Model for U.S. Bioterrorism Response, By David M. Ladd

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Destination: RESILIENCE

Featured in this issue: Sustainable Emergency Preparedness & Response for Hospitals, By Rachel Clark & Oscar Enriquez; Local Role in Preparedness & Resilience to Natural Disasters, By Roland Temah; Time Value of Capability: Expenditures vs. Savings, By Charles Eaneff; The Changing Face of Disasters Demands New Thinking, By Vincent B. Davis; Enhancing Incident Management for Local Responders, By Jeffrey Driskill Sr.; Examining Coastal Resiliency: How Policy, Education, Partnerships, and Data Can Help Change the Future, By Erin Lavelle and John Betancourt; Ghosts of Old Vulnerability, By Douglas K. McDaniel; Sailing Toward Port Resilience, By Yuri Graves

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Yet To Come

Featured in this issue: Authoritarianism & the American Response: 2017 Forecast, By Christopher Milburn; Bombing an Ideology: No One-Size-Fits-All Approach, By Richard Schoeberl; Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Emergency Management, By Darren E. Price; Making the Grid Great Again, By J. Michael Barrett; The Year of the Railway Station, By Steven Polunsky; Noncriminal Alien Self-Identification Program, By Armin Cate; Preparing for a New Pandemic With an Old Plan, By Robert C. Hutchinson; Tomorrow’s Emergency Management Capabilities, By Jeffrey Kaliner

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LEADERSHIP

Featured in this issue: Making Tough Calls: Meta-Leadership for Critical Decisions, By Kerri Kline; Meta-Leadership 2.0: More Critical Than Ever, By Leonard J. Marcus; Importance of Presidential Leadership in Emergency Management, By Kay C. Goss; The Human Factors in Leadership Decision Making, By Eric J. McNulty; High-Consequence Decisions: What It Takes, By Wendy Walsh; Data Accountability: Starting Over With a New Administration, By Michael Jacoby; White Paper: The New Normal in Emergency Management, By Laura Curvey & Lamine Secka; Summer Air Traffic Delays – Warnings vs. Reality, By Leonard J. Marcus; Podcast: Richard Serino on Leadership in Crisis Communications, By Anthony Mangeri

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Active Shooter

Featured in this issue: Asking the Experts About Active Shooter Threats, By Catherine L. Feinman; Think Tank Discussion: Active Shooter Situations, by International Association of Emergency Managers; One Mission for Active Shooter Response: Saving Lives, By Richard C. Hunt; Beyond Running, Hiding, and Fighting, By Aric Mutchnick; Active Shooter School Preparedness: An Update, By Kay C. Goss; Cambridge Police Introduce First-of-Its-Kind Trauma Training for Officers, By Paul Ames; Protecting Civil Liberties for Suspicious Activity Reports, By Jerome H. Kahan; The “Not If, But When” Fallacy: Active Shooter Preparedness, By Research Group at University of Maryland; Saving Lives With Gunshot Technology, By Edward Jopeck; Preparedness Perspective – Active Shooters & Lone Wolves, By Thomas J. Lockwood & Peter LaPorte

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CBRNE Threats

Featured in this issue: Addressing Threats  From Concept to Field, By Catherine L. Feinman; The Danger of Not Keeping Up With Technological Advances, By Melissa Moses; Technology for Improved Public Health Preparedness & Response, By Greg Burel; Hazard Detection: Bring Your Own Protection, By Kathryn Laskey; A Conversation That Should Have Happened, By William H. Austin; Major Themes From the 2016 Aspen Security Forum, By Erik Gaull

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CBRNE Training

Featured in this issue: The Things That Keep Experts Up at Night, By Catherine Feinman; How to Address the Human Side of Critical Incidents, By George S. Everly Jr.; Plugging the Experience Drain in Hazmat Response, By Christopher Wrenn; Innovative Approaches to Radiological/Nuclear Preparedness, By Erin Mohres & Darren Chen; Where Incident Management Unravels, By Charles Bailey; Challenges of Evolving Threats & Changing Expectations, By Robert Maloney; Suspicious Activity Reporting  A Job for Everyone, By Jerome H. Kahan; CBRNE Training  Part 1, By Joseph J. Leonard Jr.; Using Typing to Define Hazmat Team Capabilities, By Anthony S. Mangeri; The Goal That Keeps Equipment Manufacturers Up at Night, By Patrick Call

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Challenges

Featured in this issue: Public Health - Opportunities for Action, By Catherine L. Feinman; Bringing Public Health Preparedness Into the 21st Century, By Emily Lord; Threats Evolving Faster Than Preparedness, By Robert C. Hutchinson; Social Impact Bonds & Sustainable Disaster Risk Reduction, By Justin Snair & Megan Reeve Snair; Public Health: A Whole Community Approach Partner, By Thomas Russo; The Glue for Incident Management, By George A. Morgan; Recovery  Uniting Efforts in a Complex Process, By Natalie N. Grant; Integration of Public Health Into the Whole Community, By Kathleen E. Goodwin & Leana S. Wen; Todays Decisions Drive Tomorrows Power Grid, By J. Michael Barrett

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RISK

Featured in this issue: Balancing Risk  Understanding & Preparing for Catastrophes, By Catherine L. Feinman; Space Weather  A Historic Shift in Emergency Preparedness, By Charles (Chuck) Manto; Preparing for Everything Under the Sun, By Joshua Sparber; Space Weather & Electrical Grid  GPS, the Weakest Link, By Dana Goward; Electrical Systems & 21st Century Threats, By Benjamin Dancer; Nuclear Proliferation in the Middle East, By Jerome H. Kahan; Cascadia Catastrophe  Not If, But When, By Arthur Glynn

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