Technology is a critical tool for improving interoperability that should meet the needs of practitioners on the front lines and should address regional needs, existing infrastructure, cost versus benefits, and sustainability. The resources below provide examples of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Public Safety Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) technologies currently used in the public safety environment.
These are the agendas for the CIPAC Commercial Facilities Sector Stadium Best Practices Working Group Agendas
The Patron Screening Best Practices Guide provides options for consideration when developing and implementing patron screening procedures for major sporting events, concerts, horse races, award ceremonies, and similar gatherings.
The Best Practices for Security Office Staffing in Federal Facilities provides baseline recommendations to federal agencies by outlining basic security activities associated with implementing a Security Office staffing plan, incorporating lessons learned, and defining key staffing requirements.
This second edition of the Planning and Response to an Active Shooter: An Interagency Security Committee Policy and Best Practices Guide removes the FOUO material from the first edition released in July 2015 so that this guidance could be distributed to the public.
Technology is a critical tool for improving interoperability that should meet the needs of practitioners on the front lines and should address regional needs, existing infrastructure, cost versus benefits, and sustainability. The resources below provide Land Mobile Radio and Broadband examples of the technology currently used in the public safety environment.
This guide provides a framework for Federal agencies working with lessors to identify required security countermeasures early in the leasing process and to implement those measures in a risk-based approach before finalizing the lease agreement.
The Emergency Services Sector Cybersecurity Initiative is an ongoing effort to enable the Emergency Services Sector (ESS) to better understand and manage cyber risks and to coordinate the sharing of cyber information and tools between subject matter experts (both inside and outside the federal government) and the ESS disciplines.