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Homeland security handbook for citizens and public officials

Author: Roger L Kemp
Publisher: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., ©2006.
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"This handbook collects essays documenting numerous best practices in homeland security from throughout the United States since the attacks of September 11, 2001. The essays describe case studies from the municipal level to the federal government. Also covered are the history and future of homeland security"--Provided by publisher.
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Homeland security handbook for citizens and public officials.
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., ©2006
(OCoLC)607826271
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Roger L Kemp
ISBN: 078642432X 9780786424320
OCLC Number: 63125869
Description: x, 259 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Civil defense, emergency management, and homeland security --
Access control systems improve building security --
Air transportation, improved safeguards, and homeland security --
American Red Cross disaster preparedness guidelines --
Automated public notification systems enhance communications with citizens --
Building design improves public safety --
Communications among first responders --
Community emergency response teams provide vital emergency services --
Community volunteers as homeland security stakeholders --
Coordination between the public and private sectors in the field of homeland security --
Critical infrastructure assessment and homeland security --
Department of Homeland Security : its proposed structure and operations --
Dispatch center services and emergency responses --
Early warning group results from public-private cooperation --
Emergency response plans and homeland security --
Entrepreneurial resources and homeland security --
Evacuation procedures for buildings --
Family planning recommendations by the Department of Homeland Security --
Fatalities management and homeland security --
Federal Emergency Management Agency's role in terrorism preparedness and response --
GIS improves emergency coordination and response --
Health-care systems and homeland security --
High-rise structures, disasters, and public safety --
Homeland Security Advisory System and national threat conditions --
Hospitals must prepare for possible bioterrorism attack --
Infrastructure protection is enhanced through technology and cooperation --
Law enforcement's response to the war on terrorism --
Multi-agency cooperation enhances homeland security practices --
Municipal electronic operations and disaster planning --
Mutual aid agreements build local disaster-response capacity --
National incident response plan : a comprehensive interagency approach to emergency management. Neighborhood watch programs and homeland security --
Personal identification technologies, practices, and homeland security --
Police services and homeland security practices --
Presidential commission advises on ways to protect the infrastructure --
Private sector's response to the war on terrorism --
Professional standards recommended by the national fire protection association --
Public information during a crisis --
Public works departments as emergency responders --
Responsibilities for homeland security : federal and local governments --
Security and emergency response improved through public-private cooperation --
Statewide guidelines by the president's Homeland Security Advisory Council --
Stress management for firefighters --
Stress management for police officers --
Teledoctor : a new concept in emergency preparedness and response --
Terrorism fact sheet by the Federal Emergency Management Agency --
Threat condition orange : common sense measures to safeguard your community --
Understanding terrorists and terrorism --
U.S. Attorney's Office and the Anti-Terrorism Advisory Council --
Vehicular safeguards and homeland security --
Volunteerism and emergency preparedness --
Homeland security, civil liberties, and the future --
Homeland security acronyms --
Homeland security Internet resources --
American Red Cross, Homeland Security Advisory System recommendations --
Federal Emergency Management Agency regional offices --
State offices and agencies of emergency management.
Responsibility: edited by Roger L. Kemp.
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