Operational Value of Threat, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessment

Wednesday, March 24

8:00 AM - 5:00PM

Program

12:00PM - 1:30PM

Lunch - Visit Expo Floor

 

Presented by George Mason University and the National Domestic Preparedness Coalition

 

Online Registration is NOW OPEN.  Click here to register today!
Open to all FOSE and GovSec/U.S. Law attendees. This program is available at no charge however pre-registration is required.

Presenters:
Allan Turner
, DPA, Research Professor, Administration of Justice, George Mason University

Kenneth M. Glantz
, CPP, Executive Director, National Domestic Preparedness Coalition

John Luckett
, Program Director, National Domestic Preparedness Coalition

The National Domestic Preparedness Coalition in cooperation with George Mason University developed the Operational Value of Threat, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessment Course for the U.S Department of Homeland Security, under the 2007 Competitive Training Grant Program, and will present a modified 8 hour version of the course for GOVSEC.

Training will assist homeland security professionals, from all emergency response disciplines, and private sector, responsible for managing risk, to understand and use operationally, information gathered in various threat, risk, and vulnerability assessment methodologies. Course content focuses on helping homeland security professionals analyze, and apply information gathered in the assessment process to enhance operations including: patrol and tactical operations, intelligence gathering, community programs, emergency planning, resource allocation, response to Homeland Security Advisory System (HSAS) color-code changes, and DHS Alerts, response and recovery, as well as selection of technology. Participants will receive a Participant Manual, access to a web-based post-course resource site, and a resource CD.

Additionally, participants can receive .83 CEU credits from George Mason University and a certificate of attendance from DHS and the National Domestic Preparedness Coalition.

What participants will gain from attendance:
1.     Participants will learn how to use information gathered in various threat, risk, and
         vulnerability assessments and apply information to their planning and operations.

2.     Participants will receive a participant manual, resource CD, and access to on-line
         resources.

3.     Participants will receive .83 CEU credits from George Mason University

4.     Participants will receive a certificate of attendance from DHS and the National Domestic
         Preparedness Coalition


For questions on the program, Contact Kenneth M. Glantz, Executive Director National Domestic Preparedness Coalition at  407.650.0707 or  kglantz@ndpci.us


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