This course introduces the student to various aspects of planning for potential terrorist activity. The student will be introduced to basic principles of emergency management, communications, security threats and the effects these operations may have on personnel. The student will learn techniques for evaluating various operations for vulnerability to terrorist attacks. The student will gain knowledge of the rules and responsibilities of local agencies, federal agencies, private seaports and maritime businesses during terrorism planning and response.
No corequisites or prerequisites
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
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