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Back to Archives | March  2006 Contents

On the cover: Team Adam, of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, harnessed technology to help reunite families in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. An estimated 5,000children were reported missing after the storms. Pictured are Officer Matthew Dexter of the Houston Police Department and Brook Schaub of NCMEC Team Adam, at work in the Reliant Center in Houston, Texas. Photograph by Matthew Jordan Smith.
No Time for Complacency: Leadership and Partnerships Are Key in Homeland Security Efforts
By Commissioner M. L. Brown and Lieutenant L. D. Maples, Emergency Opera tions Section, California Highway Patrol, Sacramento, California
The Public Safety Model: A Homeland Security Alternative
By James M. Bradley, Chief of Police, and Richard L. Lyman, Chief of the Fire Bureau, White Plains Department of Public Safety, New York
Communications: Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Missing Persons Hotline: Harnessing Technology to Reunite Families
By Ben J. Ermini, Executive Director of Case Management Operation (Retired), National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, Alexandria, Virginia
Communications: When All Wired and Wireless Telephone Circuits Are Busy: Priority Telecommunication Service for First Responders
By Harlin R. McEwen, Chief of Police (Retired), Ithaca, New York, and Chairman, IACP Communications and Technology Committee
Communications: U.S. Department of Homeland Security: Safecom Landmark National Interoperability Baseline Survey Begins in 2006
By Harlin R. McEwen, Chief of Police (Retired), Ithaca, New York, and Chairman of the IACP Communications and Technology Committee
The Collection of Chemical, Biological,and Radiological Evidence in a Global Justice Environment
By Steven C. Drielak, Director, Homeland Security Program, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.
Slow Pursuits Lead to Fast and Safe Apprehensions
By John Specht, Lieutenant, Hillsboro, Oregon, Police Department
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