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Statement From DHS Secretary Kirstjen M. Nielsen on Recent Mail Bombs

“DHS and the U.S. Secret Service are closely coordinating with the FBI on the active investigation and are working with state and local law enforcement to provide updates on the evolving situation. The Department has heightened the security posture at federal facilities around the country and is actively communicating with our National Network of Fusion Centers. I condemn these cowardly acts in the strongest possible terms. Americans will not tolerate these types of threats, and we will not be intimidated."

BTM Planning Course

This is a printer-friendly fact sheet for the Bomb Threat Management Planning Course (MGT-451).

Blast Resistant Trash Receptacles

Blast resistant trash receptacles are designed to diffuse the force of an explosion by directing a blast upwards, thereby protecting bystanders from the fragmentation that results when an explosive device is detonated in an ordinary trash can. Included reports: highlight, market survey report, technote, summary, and test results.

Homemade explosive using daily items and wires

What to Do - Bomb Threat

Bomb threats or suspicious items are rare, but should always be taken seriously. How quickly and safely you react to a bomb threat could save lives, including your own. What should you do?

S&T FiRST Application Fact Sheet and Video

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) developed the First Responder Support Tools (FiRST) bomb response application (app)—a simple yet powerful bomb response tool that provides map-based information directly to responders on their laptop computers and smartphones.

Emergency Services Sector

Emergency Services Sector

The Department of Homeland Security is designated as the Sector-Specific Agency for the Emergency Services Sector. The sector provides a wide range of prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery services during both day-to-day operations and incident response.

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