CAMPAIGN-4: Community Health, Safety and Prevention or Mitigation Ideas

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Evaluating the 1984 Rajneeshee Bioterror Attack Lessons Learned

THIS ATTACK INVOLVED THE DELIBERATE INTRODUCTION OF SALMONELLA CONTAMINANTS AT 10 SALAD BARS LOCALLY AND MUCH MORE (I can't even believe this hostile takeover happened in the U.S.!) - UPDATE: 05-03-2016 IT JUST HAPPENED IN MICHIGAN, SEE APPENDIX-A FOR DETAILS (NEAR THE END OF THIS POST, JUST BEFORE THE REFERENCE SECTION) - PURPOSE: Review of this incident is meant to add value and enable us to draw inference, lessons ...more »

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CAMPAIGN-4: Community Health, Safety and Prevention or Mitigation Ideas

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ADDRESSING VIOLENCE AGAINST OUR POLICE OFFICERS

PURPOSE: Herein, I attempt the beginnings of a short discussion addressing select facets related to violence against Police and other Security personnel, in the wake of the Dallas Texas executions (via Sniper rifle) of multiple Police Officers responding to protests on 07-07-2016 (brought to conclusion on 07-08-2016). - PREAMBLE: Before writing anything else, I wish to mention that I firmly support our Nations Police ...more »

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CAMPAIGN-5: Ideas to improve Cyberspace, Infrastructure, and the Grid

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CYBER INCIDENT REPORTING TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

PURPOSE: This webpage reflects recent statements made by the National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD), whereby they are encouraging stakeholders to learn more about “Cyber Incident Reporting” to the Federal Government, and stressing the importance of participating in this National Security mechanism as soon as possible post-incident. - CYBER INCIDENT REPORTING (official statements) A Unified Message for ...more »

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CAMPAIGN-2: Matching Community Resilience Stakeholders with Plans and Volunteers

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IMPACT-Incident Management Preparedness and Coordination Toolkit

PURPOSE: Here I introduce new Free for Government software called "IMPACT," a geospatial tool designed to enhance situational awareness, communication, and collaboration during and for security events. It can also be used with Table-Top exercises scenarios as well. The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Explosives Division (EXD) has funded research at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory ...more »

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