Preparing for a Paris-Style Attack: Responders need integrated training to save lives in the face of complex threats
December 21, 2015
The ISIL attacks in Paris on November 13th left the world stunned. How did this happen? Increasingly across New York State and the country, the attacks have prompted the question: "what if it happens here?"
Proactive, integrated emergency responses save lives
The NCSP announces it is extending its extensive active shooter and aggressive deadly behavior planning, training, and technical assistance
capabilities to the private sector, governmental agencies, and not-for-profit organizations.
These capabilities include training for all levels of responders as well as private security personnel, risk management, agency officials, and organizational leaders.
The NCSP team of experts can help employers proactively engage their workforce in knowing what to do if they encounter an active shooter, or similar threat. The NCSP has worked with schools, college campuses, local municipalities, state agencies, and private companies on bolstering their capabilities.
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"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
"The mission of the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity (CEHC) is to support high-quality academic programs for undergraduate
and graduate students, to produce new knowledge through innovative research, and to provide training and lifelong learning opportunities for professionals – all to
help prepare for, protect against, respond to, and recover from a growing array of natural and man-made risks and threats in New York State and around the world."