Lessons of Oklahoma City Bombing
“The Lessons of Oklahoma City: 20 Years Later” was part of the 10th Annual Homeland Security Law Institute held by the American Bar Association at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill.
Former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating talked about the importance of agencies and law enforcement response and collaboration in times of crisis such as the Oklahoma City bombing. He made comparisons to the response to Hurricane Katrina and talked about what did and did not work well.
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Francis Keating Governor (Former) [R] Oklahoma
- Frank Keating Governor (Former) [R] Oklahoma
Joshua M. Snavely Assistant Dean Oklahoma City University School of Law->Advancement and External Relations
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