IACSP Homeland Security Bookshelf ...

The following are noteworthy recently published books on various aspects of homeland security.
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Keeping Religious Institutions Secure
Release Date: 04/21/2015
Written By: Jennie-Leigh McLamb
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Page Count: 210
Our Rating:
With Religious Institutions Under Increasing Threat By Terrorists And Active Shooters, This Volume Provides Highly Useful Information On Security Principles And Best Practices For Protecting Such Soft Targets Against Such Threats. The Chapters Cover Topics Such As An Overview Of Violent Threats Against Religious Institutions; Understanding Components Of Security Such As The Disaster/crisis/and Incident Management Cycle; Conducting Risk Assessments; Tailoring Countermeasures To Protect Such Facilities And Persons; Implementing And Managing Physical And Electronic Security Programs; Identifying And Managing Individuals Who May Be 'at Risk' For Carrying Out A Violent Attack; Responding To Active Shooter Events; Managing Crisis Communications And Media Relations; And Establishing Security Partnerships With Local Law Enforcement Authorities.

Reviewed By, Dr. Joshua Sinai