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Managing Critical Incidents and Large-Scale Event Security

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Managing Critical Incidents and Large-Scale Event Security
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Managing Critical Incidents and Large-Scale Event Security
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Managing Critical Incidents and Large-Scale Event Security
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Managing Critical Incidents and Large-Scale Event Security
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Contents
  • Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Authors -- 1: Introduction to Critical Incident Management -- The Complex Nature of Critical Incidents and Large-Scale Special Events -- Managing Chaos, Uncertainty, and Complexity -- Chaos -- Uncertainty -- Complexity -- The Three-Dimensional Model of Critical Incident Management -- The Incident Command System -- The Three Spheres of Critical Incident Management -- Before, During, and After -- Incidents versus Events -- Three Types of Incidents -- Order, Predictability, and Simplicity -- References -- 2: Risk Analysis -- Risk Mitigation -- How Do We Determine Risk? -- How Do We Determine the Consequence Factor? -- How Do We Determine the Probability Factor? -- Threats, Hazards, and Vulnerability -- Passive Vulnerability Assessments versus Active Red Team Assessments -- Risk Analysis: Threat + Vulnerability {u00D7} Consequence -- Mitigation Options -- Cost-Benefit Analysis and Trade-Offs -- Catastrophic Errors versus Nuisance Errors -- References -- 3: Planning and Organizing at the Operational Level -- Operational Command for Spontaneous Incidents -- Why Police Officers Don't Like the Incident Command System -- Incident Command System: Does One Size Fit All? -- The Four Cornerstones of Critical Incident Management -- Communications -- Collaboration -- Coordination -- Command -- The Stages of a Critical Incident Response -- The Fundamental Principles for Planning Events -- Murphy's Law and Contingency Planning -- Nine Steps of Pre-Event Operations Planning -- Step 1: Conduct a Threat Assessment -- Step 2: Meet with Event Organizers and Stakeholders -- Step 3: Conduct a Site Survey (Vulnerability Assessment) -- Step 4: Develop a Site Plan -- Step 5: Develop a Crowd Control Plan -- Step 6: Determine Necessary Resources
  • Step 7: Develop an Organizational Chart -- Step 8: Assign Specific Personnel -- Step 9: Conduct Training and Rehearsals -- References -- 4: Planning and Organizing for Tactical Response -- Command or Control? -- Specialists and Generalists -- Mixed Teams -- The Fundamentals of Tactical Response to Critical Incidents -- Perimeters -- Personal Protective Equipment -- Decontamination Procedures -- Tactical Response to Non-CBRN Incidents -- References -- 5: Strategic Planning-A Systems Approach -- Strategy or Tactics? -- A Systems Approach to Strategic Planning -- Systems, Subsystems, and Meta Systems -- Stakeholder Analysis -- SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) Analysis -- Risk Analysis -- Cost-Benefit Analysis -- Types of Strategies -- Early Intervention Strategies -- Strategic Planning: Before, During, and After -- References -- 6: Organizing and Planning Training Exercises -- The Link between Planning and Training -- The Importance of Training and Exercising -- The Key Components of an Effective Emergency Operations Plan -- Integrating the Emergency Operations Plan -- The Importance of Top Leadership -- Communicating the Emergency Operations Plan -- Coordination and Collaboration with Various Stakeholders -- Organizing Training Activities -- Types of Training -- Professional Development -- References -- 7: Learning and Innovation -- Creating New Ways for Using Old Ideas -- Innovate or Die -- Terror as a Business -- The Learning Organization -- Al Qaeda as a Learning Organization -- Innovation and Homeland Security -- Improvisation versus Innovation -- Soldiers, Artists, Writers, and Magicians -- References -- 8: Planning for Large-Scale Special Events-Putting It All Together -- A 31 Point Checklist for Planning Large-Scale Special Events -- Identify the Stakeholders -- Meet with Event Organizers and Stakeholders
  • Identify All Related Critical Infrastructure Assets -- Conduct a Consequence Assessment of All Identified Critical Infrastructure Assets -- Conduct a Threat Assessment -- Conduct a Site Survey/Vulnerability Assessment -- Conduct an Overall Risk Analysis -- Incorporate Best Practices and Lessons Learned -- Develop a Site Plan -- Designate Command Post Locations -- Identify Redundant Staging Areas -- Incorporate a Plan to Control Ingress and Egress -- Develop an Emergency Evacuation Plan -- Develop an Emergency Decontamination Plan -- Develop a Mass Casualty Plan -- Develop a Crowd Control Plan -- Develop a Mass Arrest Plan -- Develop a Flight Control Plan -- Incorporate the Three Phases of Critical Incident Management (Before, During, and After) -- Develop an Organizational Chart -- Develop Interdisciplinary and Multiagency Specialized Mixed Teams -- Develop an All-Hazards Render Safe Plan -- Develop Contingency Tactical Response Plans -- Identify and Procure the Necessary Specialized Equipment for Each Mission -- Develop a Communications Plan -- Develop a Surveillance and Intelligence Gathering/Dissemination Plan -- Develop a Unified Information Dissemination Protocol -- Develop Response Protocols for Nonevent-Related Incidents Outside the Area of Operations -- Develop a Budget -- Develop a Training and Rehearsal Schedule -- Develop a Timeline -- Applying the Lessons of Special Event Planning to Scale -- References -- Glossary -- Appendix I: Steps for Planning a Special Event -- Appendix II: Typical Field Force Lineup -- Appendix III: Enhanced Mobile Field Force Lineup -- Appendix IV: Multiagency Team Assignments -- Appendix V: FTAA-Related Training -- Appendix VI: Example of a Training Schedule -- Appendix VII: Example of a Training Timeline (2003 FTAA) -- Index
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