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Understanding Terrorism and Managing the Consequences

by Paul M. Maniscalco

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An effective on-scene resource, as well as the most comprehensive instructional guide, this resource is appropriate for emergency planners at all levels - local, state, and federal. Providing an in-depth look at consequence response, Maniscalco and Christen detail safety procedures for emergency responders, scene search operations, precautions for secondary devices, and initial scene evaluation of a terrorism/tactical violence event. Their discussion of the incident management system as it applies to procedures that will insure a coordinated and effective response plan. An overall analysis of the threat spectrum to emergency responders is a significant contribution offering numerous survival skills.

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