"Critical Incident Protocol: A Public and Private Partnership" is a program developed by The Michigan State University, School of Criminal Justice and available through the Homeland Responder Training Network. This video discusses the essential and beneficial process of the public and private sectors working together to plan for emergencies. Important elements include planning, mitigation, business recovery, lessons learned, best practices and plan exercising. Whether it is a minor incident or a major terrorist activity involving weapons of mass destruction, the community's collective resources must unite and work to understand the processes necessary to resolve the matter.
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