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Community Best Practices
The 9/11 Center was the principal funding organization working with the INTERPORTPOLICE along with many law enforcement authorities around the world to address preventative security best practices in security environments. Although The primary theme is prevention and concentrated on aviation and maritime facilities, mass people incident practices everywhere can use this information.
Please review the Community Security Best Practice (CSBP) Guide to understand better how this can be an effective, evidenced-based and lesson-learned guide.
The process of this effort spanned five years and involved international authorities. We came together in New York, London and Brussels and studied the events getting first-hand knowledge from those who managed the incidents. Second, we look at evidenced-based practices from authorities based on actual events and outcomes.
Meaningful solutions based on lessons learn, evidenced based practices, and innovation
Once completed, we learned that first responders needed everyone in authority to be part of the team, or you end up with holes in their security practices. Offering a holistic process, we incorporated a quality assurance management system, "SMS" into the best practice based on the UK's Center for Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI). Protective Security Management System. (PSeMS).
To move this forward operationally, we have teamed with the INTERPORTPOLICE to write a GAP Analysis based on CSBP. In addition to the self-help GAP Analysis, their team has field agents for onsite reviews.
BEST PRACTICES. / EDUCATION & TRAINING. / ENGAGEMENT, COMMUNICATION & COLLABORATION
9/11 SECURITY ENTERPRISE AWARD
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EDUCATION & FACILITATION
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37 STARS; ONE FOR EACH MEMBER OF OUR FALLEN COLLEAGUES FROM THE NYNJ PORT POLICE WHO PERISHED ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
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