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Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 1 MODULE 2 UNIT 8 Prevention, Intelligence & Deterrence
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 2 Unit 8 Learning Objective At the completion of this unit the student will be able to describe appropriate procedures that will lead to prevention and deterrence of terrorist activities.
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 3 Student Performance Objectives Students should know how to seek and improve the collaborations between and among public and private sector agencies to prevent WMD terrorism. Students should describe the elements to establishing a system, center, or task force to serve as a “clearing house” for all potentially relevant domestically generated terrorism data and information Know how to enhance analytic capabilities for linking information on potential threats. Be able to ensure a reliable capability to alert officials and emergency personnel of terrorism threats, with warnings initiated, received, and relayed to alert key decision makers and emergency personnel
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 4 Student Performance Objectives Be able to identify an appropriate Risk Management Model or some other appropriate analytical model to identify “hazards”. Know how to establish “anti-terrorism" CPTED "target hardening” activity. Students should know important topics for training law enforcement personnel and others. Students should be able to identify the elements necessary to train law enforcement personnel in tactical capabilities with special teams of law enforcement
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 5 Basis for Prevention, Intel & Deterrence This unit is based wholly on those performance objectives set by the Office of Domestic Preparedness for Prevention and Deterrence of terrorist criminal activities. As a WMD Performance – Offensive (Technician) you will be tasked with the ever increasing difficult need to partner with in a response and train lower level responders. This future need makes it imperative that you understand these guidelines and have the ability to convey them during pre-incident planning or during a response for deterrence of future attacks.
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 6 National Strategy for Homeland Security The strategic objectives of homeland security in order of priority are to: –Prevent terrorist attacks within the United States; –Reduce America’s vulnerability to terrorism, and –Minimize the damage and recover from attacks that may occur
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 7 Collaboration Guideline Jurisdictions should seek to improve the collaborations between and among public and private sector agencies to prevent WMD terrorism. This includes the recognition of a need for prevention, and preparation for a terrorist criminal event.
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 8 Information Sharing Guideline Jurisdictions seeking to develop “Information Sharing” linkages to prevent WMD terrorism should: 1.Enhance analytic capabilities for linking information on potential threats. 2.Establish a framework for sharing information/intelligence and prevention strategies, particularly between Law Enforcement and other agencies 3.Establish an information exchange network and directory for information sharing. 4.Ensure a reliable capability to alert officials and emergency personnel of terrorism threats, with warnings initiated, received, and relayed to alert key decision makers and emergency personnel regardless of the threat or operational involvement, as well as a robust, redundant, timely system for sharing information with other agencies, organizations, and the public.
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 9 Risk Management Guidelines Jurisdictions considering “Risk Management” approaches to reduce vulnerability of targets and prevent WMD terrorism “Risk Management” was previously labeled “Target Hardening”. The broader description was selected to reflect the decision-making processes inherent in determining which assets to secure, the methods and resources used to address the security, and the cost-benefit calculus associated with those decisions.
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 10 CPTED Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) Principles and methods are available to agencies and organizations for target hardening" enhancement of appropriate locations in the built environment.
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 11 Threat Recognition Guideline Create a secure system to collect, screen, and store relevant information with investigative value
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 12 Prevention Strategies Intervention Guidelines Jurisdictions seeking to improve “Intervention” to stop terrorists before they can execute a threat
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 13 Broadening WMD Terrorism Prevention Guideline Broader WMD terrorism prevention strategies or approaches with national implications (described in National Strategy for Homeland Security)
Technician Module 2 Unit 8 Slide 14 Unit 8 Quiz