Journal Archive by Year

August 2021

Featured in this issue: Different Sides of Disaster Support, By Catherine L. Feinman; Emergency Management Projects in a Quasi-Pandemic World, By Sarah Keally; Building Codes Support Disaster Preparedness & Resilience, By Karl Fippinger; Psychological Effects of COVID-19 on Frontline Workers, By Hannah Bennett; COVID-19: Impact on Financial Fraud, By Michael Breslin

July 2021

Featured in this issue: Bringing Back the Preparedness Mindset, By Catherine L. Feinman; Red Teaming for Disaster Preparedness, By Kole (KC) Campbell; Situational Awareness for Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration, By Akshay Birla; Start or Restart VOADs/COADs During the Preparedness Phase, By Michael Prasad; Telecommunication Overload – The 2021 Edition, By Erik Westgard

June 2021

Featured in this issue: Connecting: Benefits & Risks, By Catherine L. Feinman; The Other Life of Command Trucks, By Erik Westgard; Online & Social Media Risks – Protecting Children, Part 1, By Michael Breslin & Robert Lowery Jr.; Online & Social Media Risks – Protecting Children, Part 2, By Michael

May 2021

Featured in this issue: Editor’s Note, By Catherine L. Feinman; National Preparedness Failure: Hindsight Is 2020, By Michael A. Brown; Impact of Critical Biosecurity Reports – Uncertainty Remains, By Robert C. Hutchinson; Post-Hazard Event Airport Recovery, By Gregory Brunelle, Chhabra Jaskanwal, et al.; Revisiting Face Masks Near the End of

April 2021

Featured in this issue: Information – Keep It Flowing, By Catherine L. Feinman; Formalizing the Role of Intelligence & Investigation, By Michael Prasad ; Coastlines Are Now a Moving Target – Literally, By John Englander; Supply Chain Management Podcast, By Martin D. Masiuk; Public Order Policing & Volunteers, By Erik

March 2021

Featured in this issue: Search for Opportunities, By Catherine L. Feinman; Embracing Resilience: At a Crossroad of Opportunity, By Deborah Weiser & Gregory Brunelle; Mitigating Wildfires – Conceptualizing Possibilities, By Senay Ozbay; Tips & Tricks for Effective Disaster Planning, By Robert J. (Bob) Roller; Technical Assistance for Healthcare System Preparedness,

February 2021

Featured in this issue: Publisher’s Message: Costs vs. Benefits, By Martin Masiuk; Moving on From 2020 – A Future for Emergency Management, By Kyle Overly; Building a Holistic Homeland Security Enterprise System, By Daniel Rector; Viewing the U.S. Election Process as an Essential Mission, By Michael Prasad; Ghosts of Viruses

January 2021

Featured in this issue: Transition – Separating Power From Preparedness, By Catherine L. Feinman; Publisher’s Message: A New Approach Needed for a New Dynamic, By Martin (Marty) Masiuk; An Analysis of Presidential Accretive Power – Part 1, By William H. Austin; An Analysis of Presidential Accretive Power – Part 2,

New Age of Police Reform Special Issue

Reprint of Joseph Tindal’s articles that focus on: Introduction to the New Age of Police Reform, Law Enforcement’s Perfect Storm 2020, Building Community Trust Through an Inclusive Police Workforce, Police Accountability & Oversight: Redundancies & Opportunities, National Police Reform: Intergovernmental Friction & Cohesion, and Law Enforcement’s Tsunami of Change 2021

December 2020

Featured in this issue: A Year of Crisis, Progress & Hope, By Catherine L. Feinman; Crisis Leadership: Leading Through Turmoil, By Ronald Rowe; The Next Black Swan – Bioterrorism, By Robert C. Hutchinson; Think Recovery, Not Just Re-Entry, for Post-Pandemic Future, By Ann Lesperance & Grant Tietje; Law Enforcement’s Tsunami

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Article Out Loud – Energy Sector Perspectives

By Eric Easton, An Article Out Loud from Domestic Preparedness, January 10, 2024. From the alarm clock that wakes people in the morning, to the natural gas used to cook breakfast, to the refined petroleum products powering vehicles for daily commutes, the Energy Sector plays an integral role in daily

Article Out Loud – Five Steps Toward Enhancing Climate Resilience

Many communities have been impacted by “acute climate shocks” such as wildfires, hurricanes, floods, heatwaves, and severe winter storms – resulting in the loss of lives, livelihoods, and infrastructure. The five steps shared in this 2018 article can help enhance climate resilience.

Article Out Loud – The Race to Interoperability

The Boston Marathon Bombing demonstrated the dedication, commitment, and strength of those who responded that day. The lessons learned from that event continue to strengthen community resilience as participants gather to focus on building interoperability within and between jurisdictions.

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