Emergency Management Lessons from the Boston Bombings
Michael Greenberger talked about what was learned about homeland security capabilities and emergency preparedness and management during and after the bombings at the Boston Marathon. Toics included the coordination of law enforcement and intelligence gathering at local, state, federal, and international levels; exercise and training; strategic planning; counter-terrorism efforts; and the role played by first responders, traditional and social media, and private players in the crisis such as medical institutions. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. close
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