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Title: Homeland Security and Emergency Management


1
Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Instructor Guide
  • Frances Winslow, OES, City of San Jose, CA
  • William C. Nicholson, Widener College of Law
  • William L. Waugh, Georgia State University

2
Session 1 Introduction
  • A.  Definition of Homeland Security, Terrorism,
    and Weapons of Mass Destruction
  • B.  Brief History of International and Domestic
    Terrorism
  • C.  The Nature of the Terrorism Hazard
  • D.  The Intergovernmental Context of Homeland
    Security in brief

3
Session 2 Policy Organizational Context
  • A.   Brief History of Counter-Terrorism Policy
    and Program prior to 11 September 2001
  • B.   Major Counter-Terrorism Legislation since 11
    September 2001
  • C.   Major Executive Actions since 11 September
    2001 PDD 39 to HSPD 5
  • D.   Major National Strategies since 11 September
    2001

4
Session 2 Policy Organizational Context
  • E.   The Counter-Terrorism Paradigm Shift since
    11 September 2001
  • 1.  Organizing the Department of Homeland
    Security
  • 2.  NRP and NIMS
  • F.  State and Local Government Mandates
  • G. State and Local Government Counter-Terrorism
    Initiatives
  • 1.  LEPC connections
  • 2.  State and Local Homeland Security
    organizations

5
Session 3 Mitigation Prevention
  • A.  Role of Public Information and Education
  • B.  Litigation Mitigation
  • C Financial Mitigation
  • D.  Expanded police powers US Patriot Act
    e.g, sneak a peek

6
Session 3 Mitigation and Prevention
  • E. Mitigation/Prevention Cases
  • 1. Aviation Security
  • 2. Maritime Security
  • 3. Nuclear Security (International)
  • 4. Bioterrorism initiatives
  • 5. Personal/Community Measures 

7
Session 4 Planning/ Preparedness/Readiness
  • A.  Terrorism Planning Risk Assessment/Threat
    Assessment (with reference to Greg Shaw course)
  • B.  Planning for Mass Casualties/Mass Fatalities
  • C.  Risk Communication and Communicating Risk,
    e.g., Homeland Security Advisory System, warning
    systems, messaging
  • D.  Preparedness Standard Setting for training
    and trainers, equipment, state and local
    capacities (e.g., EMAP)

8
Session 4 Planning/Preparedness/Readiness
  • E.  Continuity of Government
  • F.  Continuity of Operations
  •  

9
Session 5 Response
  • A. Lead and Support Roles in Homeland Security
    Whos in charge of what and when?
  • B. Federal, state, and local (lead) roles in
    responding to terrorist incidences
  • C. Responder perspectives
  • 1.  Law enforcement
  • 2.  Fire services
  • 3.  Emergency medical services, e.g., surge
    capacity and trauma capacity

10
Session 5 Response
  • .  Mitigation/Prevention Cases
  • 1. Aviation Security
  • 2. Maritime Security
  • 3. Nuclear Security (International)
  • 4. Bioterrorism initiatives
  • 5. Personal/Community Measures 

11
Session 6 Recovery
  • A.  Primary, secondary and tertiary impacts
  • B.  Economic/Business recovery
  • C.  Social recovery, e.g., repairing communities
  • D.  Victim Compensation from payments to
    memorials
  • E.  Nongovernmental Resources, e.g., insurance
  • F.  Psychological Recovery, e.g., respite
    centers, counseling

12
Session 6 Recovery
  • G.  Legal liability
  • H.  Maintaining local services
  • I.    Transitioning from emergency operations to
    normal operations
  • J.   Dealing with dirty sites contamination
    and how clean is clean

13
Session 7 Conclusions
  • A.  Brief summary final exam
  • B.  Examination questions
  • C.  Bibliography
  • D.  List of Selected URLs
  • E.  List of acronyms
  • F.  PowerPoint presentations
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