training

Onsite Training

Implications of Terrorism on Community Corrections Emergency Planning
Presenter: Joseph J. Marchese

This training will provide participants with an overview of information that will assist their agencies in adapting their existing emergency plans to include planning for and responding to terrorist situations. The training is geared towards: Administrators, Supervisors, Emergency Planners and Training Personnel.

As integral partners in maintaining public safety, community corrections managers and personnel play an important role in the war against terrorism. From building safety and security to sharing intelligence information with other criminal justice agencies, the anti-terrorism role of community corrections agencies cannot be understated. This workshop will assist participants in identifying the activities that they and their agency can undertake in preventing, mitigating and responding to terrorist acts.

At the completion of this session participants will be able to:

  • Define the term terrorism discuss the scope and goals of terrorist activities
  • Explain three major operational considerations when a community corrections agency is impacted by a terrorist event or other large scale disaster
  • Identify the resources that a community corrections agency can offer to the community during a terrorist incident
  • Describe the process of pre-determining an agency response capabilities
  • Define the term and discuss the issues surrounding “Self Dispatched” Staff
  • Identify facility vulnerabilities and key emergency planning strategies related to terrorism
  • Explain the importance of the intelligence and interagency communications in regards to anti-terrorist activities
  • Develop a post seminar action plan for enhancing emergency planning for terrorist situations
About the Presenter
Joseph J. Marchese
President
J.J. Marchese & Associates
6 Jessica Court
Latham, NY 12110

( 4 hours )

Schedule
To request site-specific training, email Diane Kincaid or call APPA at (859)244-8196.

This Onsite Training falls under the following category:
Management Training