Featured in this issue: A Case for Political Leadership in Disaster Response & Recovery, By Jason McNamara; Political Realities of Legislation for Extreme Events, By Andrea Boland; In Honor of National Preparedness Month, By DomesticPreparedness; Congress to Decide Funding for Public Health Emergencies, By Lamar Hasbrouck; Role of Local Government in Counter-Radicalization, By Romeo B. Lavarias; Public Health & Political Knowledge, By Raphael M. Barishansky; The Politics of Presidential Disaster Declarations, By Kay C. Goss; A Federal Agencys Journey to Protect Its Workforce From Infectious Diseases, By Robert J Roller; The Politics of School Safety & Security, By Wayne P. Bergeron
In June 2015, DomPrep was invited to take an exclusive inside look at the Center for Domestic Preparedness, a training facility that offers something beneficial to all of DomPreps readers. After spending a week in Anniston, Alabama, DomPreps Kimberly Arsenault and Catherine Feinman compiled this comprehensive supplement with text, photos, and podcasts of the experience they had at the training facility.
Featured in this issue: Having the Right Tools to Shorten Periods of Chaos, By Gordon Hunter; Screening Risk Analysis Tools for Resilience of Critical Infrastructure & Regions, By Jerry P. Brashear & Paula Scalingi; Correlation Between Land Use Decisions & Recovery Efforts, By Charles Perino; New York Citys Commodities Distribution & Recovery Planning, By Paula M. Carlson & Thomas F. Healy; Planning for Recovery: The Public Health Perspective, By Marc Barbiere; Setting & Maintaining Realistic Recovery Expectations, By Stephen Grainer
Featured in this issue: Response Management: Back to Basics, By Stephen Grainer; No Defensive Strategy to Address a Growing Terrorist Threat, By Richard Schoeberl; Superheroes in Waiting: Emergent First Responders, By Wayne P. Bergeron; What It Takes to Be a Public Health Emergency Preparedness Professional, By Raphael M. Barishansky; Dangerous Suicides, By Stuart K. Cameron; Apples & Oranges Understanding Curies & REM in Radiation Sources, By Jeffrey D. Williams; Local Public Healths Role in Large-Scale Chemical Incidents, By Rachel Schulman; National Laboratory Support for First Responders Biodetection Needs, By Richard M. Ozanich & Cynthia J. Bruckner-Lea; Operation Twister Exercising Disaster Behavioral Response, By Craig DeAtley
Featured in this issue: Riots When Civil Rights Protests Lose Civility, By Robert Maloney; Baltimore Unrest Police Lessons Learned on the Fly, By Melissa Hyatt; How to Change Response Tactics in Times of Civil Unrest, By Michael E. Cox Jr.; Serving the Underserved No Matter What, By Jayna Powell; Civil Disturbance Resilience Planning, Technology & Partnerships, By Vincent B. Davis; The History & Reality of the National Guard, By Aaron Sean Poynton; Promoting Positive Policing Approaches In Communities of Color, By James Chip Coldren Jr. & Rachel Mathieu; Leadership: Building Better Response Efforts in the Future, By Marc A. DeSimone Sr.; What Baltimore's Recent Civil Unrest Can Teach Emergency Planners, By Anthony S. Mangeri
Featured in this issue: What the Future Holds for Communications Interoperability, By Steve Cohan; How to Deploy an Ethical Cybercommunications Program, By Anyck Turgeon; Critical Elements for Creating a Dialogue, By Charles Werner; Football, Golf & an Integrated Public Safety Information Network, By Janusz Wasiolek; InfraGard Over 400 Sector Chiefs in 84 Chapters, By Sheri Donahue; Gyrocopters & Other Rapidly Developing Threats, By Rodrigo (Roddy) Moscoso; Defining & Working With 21st Century Mass Media, By Anthony S. Mangeri; Survey Results: Bridging the Public-Private Sector Divide, By Catherine Feinman.
Featured in this issue: Making Collaboration Work Enablers & Barriers, By Bruce Martin; Collaborations Real-World Challenges, By Sarah Tidman; The Public Health Response Solution (or at Least a Bridge), By Greg Burel; The Evolution of Planning for Animals in Disasters, By Elizabeth Serca-Dominguez & Richard Green; Prepare Them While They Are Young, By Shay Simmons & Ryan Easton; People With Disabilities Laws, Plans & Partnerships, By Kendall A. Leser; Cultural Communities: Small Considerations Equal Big Benefits, By Wayne P. Bergeron; Disaster Preparedness & Response Require Having Faith, By Raphael M. Barishansky & Audrey Mazurek; Relying on Good Fortune Not an Acceptable Preparedness Strategy, By Robert C. Hutchinson; The Ebola Phone Coalitions & Communication, By Margaret Davis; A Proven Method for Public-Private Virtual Collaboration, By Christina Fabac & Chas Eby; How One Enterprise Ensures Medical Products for Emergencies, By David R. Howell & Joanna M. Prasher
Featured in this issue: Training Challenge - Choosing the Best Learning Approach, By Glen Rudner; Learning How to Provide Tactical Medical Support Under Fire, By Philip J. Beck; Financial Planning for the Next Ebola Threat, By Chris N. Mangal; Cadet Programs - Mending Police-Community Relations, By Samuel Johnson; Hospital Threats - More to Address Than Just Donning & Doffing, By Craig DeAtley; Transitioning From Routine to Disaster, By Tanya Ferraro; Adrift - The No-Win Scenario in Responder Training, By Joseph Cahill; Preparedness: Moving Beyond the Stockpiling of Stuff, By Andrew Roszak; Pittsburgh: Traffic-Stop Training to Prevent Police Officer Ambushes, By Zoë Thorkildsen; Ongoing Training Needs: Virginias Solution, By Stephen Grainer
Featured in this issue: Exploring an Online Educational Journey, By Kevin Kupietz; How to Make a "Smart" Phone "Undumb" in a Disaster, By Anjila Lebsock; A Global Student Council & a New Higher Education Database, By Matthew P. Ellis; Internships in Emergency Management: Good for All, By Wayne P. Bergeron; Ebola - Education for the American Healthcare System, By Craig DeAtley; Talking to People Who Do Not Believe Bad Things Can Happen, By William Kaewert; Lessons About Measles & Vaccination Compliance, By Dipti P. Subramaniam; Data-Driven Decisions - Lies & Statistics, By Joseph Cahill; and Preparedness - A Balance Between Training & Education, By Bruce Martin
Featured in this issue: Ebola - Another Opportunity to Plan & Prepare, By Robert C. Hutchinson; Emergency Operations Center Activation & the Active Shooter Scenario, By Dave Points; FEMAs New Planning Doctrine, By Jordan Nelms; Evolving Role of Healthcare Coalitions, By Jessica Brown; Planning: A Continuing Challenge, By Sarah Tidman; Integrating Law Enforcement & Emergency Management, By Lewis Eakins; Cybersecurity as an Emergency Management Function, By Ann Lesperance & Steve Stein; and Long-Term Community Recovery Planning Guidance, By Kay C. Goss