Meeting the threat

Scott, Michael J.
January 1997
State Government News;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p18
Features various state programs designed to train personnel on how to deal with terrorism and other emergency situations in America. Classes at the California Specialized Training Institute, a training branch of the Governor's Office of Emergency Services; Terrorism component added to the Minnesota Incident Management System; Florida's Comprehensive State Emergency Plan; Federal response to terrorism. INSETS: Oklahoma reviews lessons learned.;CSG resources..


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