Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Working Together: Partnership, Training, Funding & Tolerance, by Catherine L. Feinman; How the Best Get Better: Partnerships & a Trifecta Disaster by Judy Kruger & Scott Harris; The Risk-Based Approach to Hazardous Material/WMD Incidents, by Tony Mussorfiti; Public Safety Grant Programs Changes – A 10-Year Review, by Kurt Bradley; Building Capability: Zero Tolerance vs. Acceptability, by Christopher Tantlinger.
Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Protecting Life and Safety – A Job for Everyone, by Catherine L. Feinman; Project Management Approach in Emergency Management, by Adam Tager; Suburban Fire Operations: Five Lessons Learned, by Randall W. Hanifen; Stop the Bleed Training for Immediate Responders, byAndy Altizer; Crowd Behavior & Elaborated Social Indentity Modeling, by Robert Leverone.
Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Overcoming Challenges – Do Not Skip Steps, by Catherine L. Feinman; A Growing Threat to Healthcare and Other Facilities, by Rodney Andreasen; Securing & Protecting the Nation’s Cybersecurity Infrastructure, by Chandler Lofland & Raymond Walker; Best Practice: Auxilliary Radios for Healthcare Facilities, by Ashleigh Holmes; A Foot in the Door – The Value of Internships, by Sambavi Jani.
Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Closing Preparedness Gaps – Timing Is Everything, by Catherine Feinman; Bipartisan Commission Says Nation Unprepared for
Biological Events, by Asha M. George & John T. O'Brien; Radiation Emergency Medical Challenges and A Global Pandemic, by Ron Cain; PNT Signals as National Critical Infrastructure, by Nathan DiPillo; A New Model for Proactive Prevention, by Rick Shaw; Disaster Procurement: Navigating the Supply Chain, by Brian McGinley.
Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Four Key Elements of Crisis Prevention, by Catherine L. Feinman; Application of the Cynefin Framework to COVID-19 Pandemic, by Judy Kruger & Romeo Lavarias; Top 10 Habits for Better Crisis Preparedness, by Andrew (Andy) Altizer; Articles Out Loud, by Domestic Preparedness Journal; Essentials of a School-Based Crisis Response Plan, by Mary Schoenfeldt; Future-Proofing Infrastructure Supports Community Resilience, by Ryan Colker; and 2022 Editorial Advisory Committee.
Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Finding New Ways to Prepare, By Catherine L. Feinman; The Evolving Status of Emergency Management Organizations, By Kyle Overly; Predictable Surge: A Pilot in Providence, By Sara Kelly; Preparing the U.S. for an Outbreak of African Swine Fever, By Gary A. Flory; and The First Open-Source Equitable Decision Intelligence Model, By Eric Kant, Joel Thomas, Chauncia Willis, Sarah K. Miller, Nissim Titan, Tzofit Chen, Brian Kruzan, Camila Tapias & Alexa Squirini.
Featured in this issue: Resilience in 2022 – Planning, Resources & Connections, By Catherine L. Feinman; Resilience After 2021: Unfinished Business & Future Agenda; By Robert McCreight; Domestic Preparedness in a Post-COVID-19 World, By Nathan DiPillo; Protecting GPS Satellites, Signals, and America Webinar, By Domestic Preparedness Journal and the Resilient Navigation & Timing Foundation; Transportation Security in a Holistic Homeland Security Enterprise, By Daniel Rector; Running Into Danger – Firsthand Accounts of 9/11, By Catherine L. Feinman
Featured in this issue: Safety: Protecting Communities From Dangers & Risks, By Catherine L. Feinman; The Dangers of Not Protecting the “3Ps” During Events, By Kole (KC) Campbell; Cassandra’s Curse: Disasters Revisited, By Rodney Andreasen; Another Opportunity to Prepare for Quarantines, By Robert C. Hutchinson; Human-Machine Teaming: A Vision of Future Law Enforcement, By Corey Fallon, Kris Cook & Grant Tietje
Featured in this issue: Building Resilience Into the Planning Process, By Catherine L. Feinman; Afghanistan – A Haven for Violent Extremism, By Richard Schoeberl, Anthony (Tony) Mottola & Anthony L. Clark; “Moneyball” for the Wildland Fire System, By Matthew P. Thompson & Erin J. Belval; It Is Time to Adopt & Implement Resilient Building Codes, By Craig Fugate, Pete Gaynor & Dominic Sims; The Future of Emergency Management: Managing Scarcity, By Robert J. (Bob) Roller; Space Aliens – Emergency Management Roles & Responsibilities, By Michael Prasad
Featured in this issue: Lest We Forget!, By Martin (Marty) Masiuk; September 11 – Remembrance & Recovery, By Anthony S. Mangeri; Never Forget: Focusing Events & Opportunity for Change, By Nim Kidd; Domestic Preparedness – Prepared for What?, By Rob Schnepp; Security Lessons Learned – Part 1, Boston Marathon Bombings, By Daniel Rector; Security Lessons Learned – Part 2, Las Vegas Shootings, By Daniel Rector; Influence of Aum Shinrikyo on the U.S. Emergency Response, By Bobby Baker Jr.