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Back to Archives | February  2006 Contents

The police must always be ready to respond to major emergencies, but the threats to public safety and homeland security seem to be multiplying. Today’s police department must prepare for emerging dangers such as a pandemic outbreak of avian influenza, catastrophic storms such as Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and the ongoing menace of terrorism. On the cover: background photograph by FEMANews Photo; lower left inset photograph by Robert Kaufmann/FEMA; other inset photographs courtesy New Jersey State Police.
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Pandemic INFLUENZA and Bird FLU: The State of Delaware State and Local Law Enforcement Preparedness
By David B. Mitchell, J.D., Secretary of Safety and Homeland Security for the State of Delaware and Elizabeth Olsen, Attorney at Law and Policy Advisor, Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security
QUARANTINES: The Law Enforcement Role
Operation LEAD: New Jersey's Statewide Response to Louisiana in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
By Rick Fuentes, Colonel and Superin­tendent, New Jersey State Police, and Director , New Jersey Office of Emer­gency Management; and John Hunt, Major , New Jersey State Police, and Deputy Director , New Jersey Office of Emergency Management
Hurricane Rita: Lessons Learned
By Donald D. Dixon, Chief of Police, Lake Charles, Louisiana
Special Focus: Post-September 11 Policing in Suburban America
By Dennis M. Rees, Chief of Police, Loveland, Ohio
Special Focus: Community Policing and Homeland Security
By Stephen Doherty, Chief of Police (Retired), Wakefield, Massachusetts, and Bradley G. Hibbard, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired), Massachusetts State Police
Special Focus: Homeland Security:Common Sense Measures to Safeguard your Community
By Roger L. Kemp, Ph.D., city manager for Vallejo, CA,
Special Focus: LawEnforcement Online The National Alert System
By Lesley G. Koestner, Supervisory Special Agent, Law Enforcement Online Policy, Planning and Membership Unit, Criminal Justice Information System Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D.C.
Consuming and Applying Research Evidence-Based Policing
By Carl J. Jensen III, Ph.D., Supervisory Special Agent, Behavioral Science Unit, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia
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