Advanced Active Shooters Scenario: Tactics & Operations - From Mumbai 2008 to Paris 2015

A2S2 - Operating in Warm Zones

A2S2 - June 2015

A2S2 - SPTC Cityscape Debut

US DHS Approves A2S2 Course- 2013

CEHC Panel


President Jones Delivers Fall 2015 State of the University Address - CEHC an Innovative Academic Program

October 28, 2015

UAlbany President Robert Jones delivered the 2015 State of the University address and highlighted the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity as an innovative academic program in a high-need field...

Department of Homeland Security
Stop the Bleed Campaign

October 27, 2015

On October 6, 2015 the White House and the Department of Homeland Security launched the "Stop the Bleed" campaign in order to educate the general public about bleeding control in emergency situations...

The NCSP Internship Program is Accepting Applications

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State Preparedness Training Center

"This new facility will help ensure they have access to the latest and most up to date training and builds on our commitment to coordinate a more effective and streamlined emergency response at all levels of government. I thank our partners for working together to make this agreement possible."
- Governor Andrew Cuomo

"The SPTC is a world-class facility and is recognized as one of the premier training facilities for first responders and law enforcement personnel in the country."
- DHSES Commissioner John Melville

"The New York State Preparedness Training Center (SPTC) is the multidiscipline complex operated by the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES). It is located in Central New York at the former Oneida County Airport."



"We laud Governor Cuomo for his vision to set an example for the rest of the nation with this endeavor and are pleased to leverage our expertise to help New York get ready for the challenges that face our state and our country."
- Robert J. Jones President, University at Albany