This is a printer-friendly fact sheet for the Protective Measures Awareness Course (AWR-340).
This is a printer-friendly fact sheet for the Protective Measures Course (PER-336).
I welcome today’s report by the DHS Inspector General, which recognizes the hard work of the United States Secret Service over the past two years to make necessary changes to the agency and further secure the White House complex. These steps were taken in response to recommendations made by the Protective Mission Panel in December 2014, which I established after the September 2014 fence jumping incident to conduct an independent assessment of the Secret Service and the security of the White House complex.
In 2011, CAL FIRE approached the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate’s First Responders Group (FRG) requesting assistance in developing prototype garments.
List of training courses provided by the Office for Bombing Prevention.
The National Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Capabilities Analysis Database (NCCAD) is an assessment program that uses a consistent and repeatable analytical methodology to assess and analyze the capabilities of bomb squads, explosives detection canine teams, dive teams, and special weapons and tactics (SWAT) teams.
The Multi-Jurisdiction Improvised Explosive Device Security Planning (MJIEDSP) Program is a systematic process that helps federal, state, and local emergency response and law enforcement officials to analyze, train, and plan for improvised explosive device (IED) incidents.
These web-based independent study training courses provide dam and levee stakeholders with the knowledge required to enhance security and resilience at their facilities.
The mission of the Office for Bombing Prevention (OBP) is to protect life and critical infrastructure by building capabilities within the general public and across the public and private sectors to prevent, protect against, respond to, and mitigate bombing incidents.