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Title: Overview of a Transit Security/Emergency Preparedness Program


1
Overview of a Transit Security/Emergency
Preparedness Program
  • Rod Baker
  • Chief of Transit Police
  • Pierce Transit Department of Public Safety

2
What is a System Security/Emergency Preparedness
Program?
  • A formal management method that

3
S.S.E.P.P. Model
SSEPP
4
Threat and Vulnerability Assessment (TVA)
  • A technique for identifying, assessing and
    resolving security threats to the system.

5
T.V.A. 8 Step Process
6
Elements of Protection
  • SECURITY MANAGEMENT
  • Police/Security Dept.
  • Roles Responsibilities
  • Deployment
  • Procedures
  • Bomb Threat /Emerg. Response
  • Transit Mgmt Employees
  • Roles Responsibilities
  • Awareness
  • Emerg. Procedures
  • Incident Reporting
  • SECURITY PLANNING
  • System Security Program
  • SSEPP
  • Information Security Plan
  • Technology Plan
  • Capitol Improvement Plan
  • COOP Plan

PROTECT CRITICAL ASSETS
  • THREAT
  • VULNERABILITY
  • RESOLUTION
  • Asset Identification
  • Threat Identification
  • Scenario Analysis
  • Vulnerability Prioritization
  • Countermeasures
  • On-going Evaluations
  • EMERGENCY RESPONSE
  • Emergency Plans
  • COOP Plan
  • Training Drills
  • Coordination with other
  • Public Safety Agencies
  • NRP
  • SERP
  • CERP
  • Muni Resp. Plan
  • PHYSICAL SECURITY
  • PROCEDURES
  • Access Control
  • CCTV
  • Communications
  • Intrusion Detection
  • Blast Hardening/Mitigation

7
System Security Program Goal
  • To formalize a management method that
  • Encourages the more efficient allocation of
    resources to respond to those incidents that do
    occur.

8
Focus of a System Security, Emerg. Prep. Program
  • Prevention

Reporting.
Monitoring Security
Managing Incidents
9
Keys to a (SSEPP) Program
  • Executive level management support
  • Prevention vs. response
  • Includes all departments
  • Data collection/analysis
  • Documentation and planning
  • Dedicated Resources Financial Support
  • All Hazards Approach

10
System Security Emergency Management
  • The organized planning controlling and
    integration of all transit agency efforts
    directed towards an system security and Emergency
    Preparedness.

11
Program Must Define Responsibilities of
  • Senior Management/Executive
  • Security/Police Department
  • Security Committee
  • All Transit Departments
  • Employees
  • Patrons/Community Outreach
  • External Organizations/Relationships

12
System Security Emergency Preparedness Plan
(SSEPP)
  • The plan identifies, documents and manages the
    ways in which the security/police department,
    other departments, employees and patrons are
    responsible for security and emergency
    preparedness.

13
Program Plan Clarifies Program Objectives
  • Level of risk acceptable to management
  • Agency wide security goals to achieve this level
  • Security tasks to be performed
  • Cooperative features
  • Mission statement
  • Schedule for review.

14
  • Problem Oriented/Problem Solving Security

15
Concepts of Problem Oriented Security
  • Police/Security work is solving problems
  • Underlying conditions create problems
  • Problem solving looks at everything that might
    play a part in creating problems
  • Agency-wide strategy to encourage and guide all
    personnel to engage in problem solving.

16
For the SSEPP to be Effective
  • Must be Proactive
  • Must take and All Hazards approach
  • Must involve positive relationships with Public
    and Private Sector
  • Must be System Wide
  • All Employees
  • Passengers
  • Other multi-level government agencies

17
???Questions???
Rod Baker 253-581-8064 Desk 253-377-2467
Cell rbaker_at_piercetransit.org
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