Increase in Active Shooter Response Training

As the number of active shooter events increase, so does the need for training. Read More.

Excellent Training and Response Averts Tragedy in Ohio Campus Attack

Quick response by officials to campus attacker highlights importance of solid training in these events. Read More.

Clery Act Requirements

What are the challenges large institutions have keeping people safe? Read More.

Hazmat Truck Accident: Fire, Evacuation, and I-95 Shutdown

Multiple crashes causes explosions, fatalities, and evacuation. Read More.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provides both state and local governments the opportunity for preparedness program funding through its federal grant programs. These non-disaster grants are offered to enhance the capacity of state and local emergency responders to prevent, … Continue reading

A recent one month investigation by the Associated Press (AP) found that fears of terrorism has made it extremely difficult for the public to find out what type of hazardous materials are being stored in their neighborhoods. In many communities, … Continue reading

The federal government offers no clear guidelines for chemical exposure from oil spills, leaving protection of the public in the hands of state and/or local officials when an accident does occur. There have been at least three oil spills from … Continue reading

A 65 year old Oregon man has been arrested and charged with six counts of aggravated murder and three counts of first-degree arson in connection with the slayings of three people. Edward Lawrence Nelson, of Coos County, is accused of … Continue reading

Authorities are investigating what caused a massive explosion at a Louisiana chemical plant that killed one person and has left over 75 people injured, some critically, with burns, heart and breathing problems, blunt trauma and other injuries. The blast occurred … Continue reading

An 11 year old boy is dead and his mother seriously injured, both the victims of carbon monoxide poisoning. Jeffrey Williams and his mother, 49 year old Janine Williams, both from Rock Hill S.C., were staying in the same Best … Continue reading

Over the past few years, terrorist acts like the Oklahoma City bombing, 9/11, the attempted bombing in Times Square, and numerous foiled attacks, have changed the way law enforcement police our cities and towns. The threat of terrorist attacks – … Continue reading

Emergency Film Group has begun production of its latest project, Target: Transportation Systems. The training program is funded by the United States Congress and designed to support the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) and law enforcement efforts to prevent and deter … Continue reading

Responders to hazmat and WMD incidents who have been active since 911 are well aware of what happened in the wake of the anthrax attack in 2011. Thousands of anthrax scares kept hazmat teams scurrying to “white powder” calls, almost … Continue reading

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