Upcoming Training from South Dakota Homeland Security
Active Shooter Workshop (Click city name for PDF with more information):
Improvised Explosive Device (IED)/Bomb Threat Management
This workshop improves participant's ability to manage Improvised Explosive Device (IED) threats by outlining specific safety precautions associated with explosive incidents and bomb threats. The workshop reinforces an integrated combination of planning, training, exercises and equipment acquisition in order to maximize available resources. Call or email August "Dutch" Geisinger for more information - 605-224-1291, firstname.lastname@example.org
Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Search Procedures Workshop
This workshop improves participant's knowledge of Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) awareness, prevention measures and planning protocols by outlining specific search techniques that reduce vulnerability and mitigate the risk of terrorist IED attacks. The course culminates in a practical application of skills during which participants demonstrate these search techniques while working together as a team. Call or email August "Dutch" Geisinger for more information - 605-224-1291, email@example.com
Michael Dorn - Permission to Live -- Creating Safer and More Effective Schools through Planning, Preparedness and Empowerment
This session will address the following topics;
Welcome to the South Dakota Office of Homeland Security.
The purpose of the South Dakota Office of Homeland Security is to prevent terrorism, enhance security, and respond effectively to disasters. We do this by:
Coordinating an extensive information sharing network between all levels of government, local officials and private partners.
Assisting all city, county, state and tribal governments with an ongoing assessment of their jurisdictions to determine their preparedness capabilities.
Administering Homeland Security grants to assist city, county, state and tribal governments to secure the resources needed to both prevent manmade disasters and to respond and recover from all hazards should they occur.