Category: See Something Say Something

PRIVACY: DHS testing biometric exit devices at mock airport this summer

Source: fiercehomelandsecurity.com By: Zach Rausnitz Posted on: April 28, 2014 The Homeland Security Department is preparing to test biometric devices that will let it track passengers when they exit the country, in response to a congressional mandate that it has struggled for more than a decade to fulfill. Congress first called for an automated system to track when […]

PREPS: Do You Know the History of CERT?

      View as web page April 10, 2014 The National Preparedness Community Member Spotlight Introducing Nicholas Herold Nicholas’ passion for emergency preparedness has been a part of both his professional and personal life for many years.   He is a member of the Medical Reserve Corps, a community of trained volunteers who provide and support public health services, […]

THREATS: Top five global health threats for 2014…and more

Source: govdelivery.com By: EMR-ISAC Posted on: March 6, 2014 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced the top five global health threats for 2014 as: 1. The emergence and spread of new microbes;  2. The globalization of travel and food supply;  3. The rise of drug-resistant pathogens;  4. The acceleration of biological science capabilities […]

OP-SEC: Keeping Your Preparation Secret … 5 Ways To Keep Lowlife Scum Off Your Doorstep

Source: offthegridnews.com By: Adam C Posted on: December 9, 2013 Facebook. Instagram. Doomsday Preppers. Webcams. Photos. Most everywhere you look, you can find images of proud preppers and their well, preps. Got a new bunker in your backyard? Post pictures on the internet for all to see. Are you a fan of a certain brand of firearm? Put a bumper […]

PREP: Dial Easy – Active Shooter Awareness & Preparedness…Always Vigilant

Source: hanfordsentinel.com By:  Capt. Monty Ashliman, Commanding Officer NAS Lemoore Posted on: February 21, 2014 What is your plan if you hear gunshots in you work space? Run? Hide? Fight? The Navy Yard shooting in Washington, D.C., last year puts active shooter preparedness on the front burner once again. According to the news media coverage, the gunman […]