Law Enforcement Partnerships
Including first responders when developing an emergency plan and conducting exercises establishes relationships and helps ensure that chemical facilities have appropriate security measures in place in the event of a chemical incident.
The 12th Chemical Sector Security Summit kicked off on July 16, 2019, in New Orleans, Louisiana brought together government and industry national security experts from all over the country to network and share best practices about chemical security.
CISA sponsors events throughout the year to engage with stakeholders, exchange security-related information, and share best practices about chemical security.
The regional events are industry-wide networking and educational events that provide a forum for representatives from the chemical community to gain insights, learn, and share best practices.
This is a printer-friendly fact sheet for the Surveillance Detection Course for Law Enforcement and Security Professionals (PER-346).
These are the agendas for the CIPAC Energy Oil and Natural Gas Law Enforcement Engagement Working Group
When cyber incidents occur, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) provides assistance to potentially impacted entities, analyzes the potential impact across critical infrastructure, investigates those responsible in conjunction with law enforcement partners, and coordinates the national response to significant cyber incidents.