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Homeland Security Training on Dispatchers Role in Terrorism / Weapons of Mass
Given these unsettled times and the threats to our lives and liberty
that have exposed our vulnerabilities, there is an urgent need for
effective planning and preparation for a WMD incident. The Dispatcher
assumes a critical role in handling these incidents to save lives and
for the completion of a successful criminal investigation. This is why
you should attend this timely seminar.|
Instructor: Sgt. Michael
Wargo (Ret), previously Illinois State Police representative to
the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force in
, and presented by KEBCOR.COM.|
Content: Students will be given instruction and a topical
outline on the following areas. They will then participate in a
SIMULATED, PRACTICAL WMD EXERCISE to reinforce learning.
They should be aware of their agencies policies regarding their
role and the response to WMD.|
of a terrorist, terrorist group, organization, operation, goals
of the five types of WMD; Chemical, Biological, Nuclear,
Radiological and Incendiary.
of the nature and effects of these weapons, and the
Telecommunicators Role in WMD incidents, before, during and after
an incident occurs.|
in coordinating priorities of concerns to First Responders;
Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Personnel employing effective
safe procedures for personnel and injured; proper handling of
information on rescue, search, recovery, evacuation, and suspect
checklist for handling a WMD call and awareness of the need to
know and describe hazards typically encountered during a WMD
Attend: As terrorism continues to be a major threat to everyday life,
there is a need to have a better understanding of
terrorists, their background, philosophies and motivations as well as
preventative methods and response and recovery procedures in place in the event of an incident of mass
destruction. If your agency is not prepared to cope in this critical area, then
. . . .
|This seminar complements our one
day Homeland Security seminar for First Responders: " Police Response to
Terrorism/Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents"
(click for details) Both
Seminars can be presented on consecutive days to update, keep current
and coordinate activities of the First Responders and
the Communication Center should such an incident occur.
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