Regional Incident Training at Center for Domestic Preparedness

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Our nation has seen its share of weather-related catastrophic events and man-made terrors, lately. And, one local preparedness center wants to make sure that enforcement, emergency, and healthcare service agencies nationwide are ready for all sorts of possible disastrous incidents. The Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston welcomed members of the Baltimore Regional Incident Management Team to its training center in Anniston this week. The group is preparing for the upcoming All-Star game that will be in Baltimore at Camden Yards. The week long training culminated with a full hazard comprehensive training event. Fire and rescue personnel, police personnel, and emergency healthcare leadership learned how to deal with mass casualty and suspect searches in a realistic way. The Center for Domestic Preparedness provides training that is federally funded and is of no cost to the state, local, and tribal emergency response professionals of their agency. If you would like to register for C-D-P courses, visit their website at CDP.DHS.GOV

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