The Squad showcases state-of-the-art communication tools and equipment. It is representative of Los Angeles' dedication to resolving the problems associated with interoperability and the move towards a SAFECOM compliant system.
"...TOPOFF is the third in a series of preparedness exercises that were mandated by Congress through which we test our ability to prepare for and respond to a pretend or simulated terrorist event -- and I want to underscore "simulated" -- all over the sta
The USPIS will use Prime Alert nationwide to analyze suspicious substances on "white powder" calls, where speed and accuracy are critical in determining whether or not a foreign substance is harmful in nature.
The United States, the United Kingdom and Canada are participating in interrelated exercises that develop an internationally streamlined and coordinated response to a series of simulated terrorist incidents.