The Security Executive Council, in conjunction with Michigan State University, will hold a Critical Incident Protocol (CIP): Community Facilitation Program, at ISC West. The program will be held on Thursday, March 25, 2010, from 10:15 am – 3:45 pm.
The workshop will offer attendees information that focuses on the key issues on how to enhance preparedness through collaboration, communication and cooperation. The team facilitators will work with workshop attendees on various aspects of crisis management, such as the Incident Command System/Unified Command, the ABC’s of a company’s critical incident management team, leveraging training and exercising through joint collaboration and best practices. The workshop will include a tabletop exercise where workshop participants will experience both the first responder and private sector responsibilities on responding to and recovering from a critical incident, in addition to the role of the media. The exercise will delve into the issue of information/intelligence sharing between government and business entities, along with the process of collaboration.
The program instructors are Rad Jones, an Emeritus Faculty Member of the Security Executive Council and an Academic Specialist at the School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University, and Brit Weber, a Content Expert Faculty Member of the Security Executive Council and the Program Director CIP-Community Facilitation Program for the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University.