An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal.
Building resource capacity involves research, planning, and execution that should begin now. Identifying potential dangers, considering “what if” scenarios, capitalizing on other events and incidents, and overcoming barriers are key components for building resilient communities. This article explains how to get started.
Narrated by Randy Vivian.
Andrew (Andy) Altizer recently joined Westminster School’s Safety & Security Department in Atlanta. His previous positions include the director of emergency management at Kennesaw State University for over seven years and the director of emergency preparedness at Georgia Tech for eight years. He served as the critical infrastructure program protection manager in Georgia Emergency Management Agency’s Homeland Security Division for over four years. He served over 10 years in the active and reserve components of the U.S. Army.
Timothy S. Murphy
Timothy S. Murphy is the Special Operations Commander at Kennesaw State University Police Department. He has been with the department for over 25 years. He plans and manages traffic and security operations for large-scale athletic/special events. He is a graduate of the Northwestern School of Police Staff and Command