Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department officers Maria Leon and Jessica Navarro had seen too many examples of potentially crucial crime-solving intelligence falling through the cracks. So when they saw an opportunity in the Emergence Program to propose a way to improve information access in their police department using Microsoft Teams, they jumped at the chance.
When Hialeah Fire Department Emergency Medical Services Division Chief Emmanuel Louis was promoted to his current position last year, he remembers the transition from firefighter paramedic to administrator as sink-or-swim. That experience was Louis' motivation in pursuing his CHDS Emergence Program change initiative, “Mentorship and Personnel Development Program,” which pairs personnel at every level of the fire department with a higher-ranking officer.
In this three-part series, the Center for Homeland Defense and Security marks the 20th anniversary of its founding by exploring the Center’s inception in 2002, its growth and evolution over the past two decades, and the future of the nation’s premiere homeland security educational institution.
Taking aim at building public trust and understanding of the Philadelphia Office of Emergence Management, Center for Homeland Defense and Security Emergence Program cohort 2102 participant Vanessa Lyman has been given a “green light” to develop and implement her Emergence Change Initiative entitled “Emergency Management Liaison Officer Community Engagement.”
by Lauren Fernandez A still burgeoning Center for Homeland Defense and Security Self-Study Program now counts 1,919 users from more than 550 different agencies and educational institutions, evidence of the...
U.S. federal judges were targeted by more than 4,500 “threats and other inappropriate communications” in 2021, according to a Reuters article that quoted U.S. Marshal’s Service Director Ronald Davis saying...