22 September 2003 Project Responder: technology needs for local emergency response
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Since April 2001, the Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism has funded an effort by Hicks &Associates, Inc. and the Terrorism Research Center, Inc., aimed ultimately at improving local, state, and federal emergency responders’ capabilities for mitigating the effects of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or explosive/ incendiary (CBRNE) terrorism. This effort, titled “Project Responder,” began by developing an understanding of how state and local responders view their current capabilities, shortfalls, and needs. This paper discusses some of the results of this first phase of the effort that has resulted in a comprehensive report titled "Emergency Responders’ Needs, Goals, and Priorities." This paper addresses two of the capabilities from that report which we believe are of most interest to this conference. There are ten other capabilities discussed in the report, which may also be of interest.
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Guy Beakley, Guy Beakley, Thomas Garwin, Thomas Garwin, Neal A. Pollard, Neal A. Pollard, George T. Singley, George T. Singley, Robert V. Tuohy, Robert V. Tuohy, Jasper Lupo, Jasper Lupo, } "Project Responder: technology needs for local emergency response", Proc. SPIE 5071, Sensors, and Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (C3I) Technologies for Homeland Defense and Law Enforcement II, (22 September 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.500827; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.500827

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