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NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Ryan Monaghan (MA1803/1804), Lieutenant at San Mateo Police Department (CA), talks about his thesis with Heather Issvoran. In his thesis, Monaghan identifies potential gaps in cybercrime mitigation that could be... The post Thesis Series: Cybercrime Response Capabilities and Capacity: A Collaborative Approach for Small to…
 
NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Will Bierman (MA1803/1804), Field Office Director at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Department of Homeland Security, talks about how, by law, refugees entering the United States must... The post Thesis Series: You Don’t Have to Live Like a Refugee: An Analysis of Selected Refugee Resettlement Program…
 
NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Carl Makins (MA1803/1804), Sergeant at the Metro Bomb Squad in the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, talks about Project Seahawk, a multiagency program that brings state-of-the-art technology and a regional approach... The post Thesis Series: Revitalizing Maritime Security: Is Smart the Next Element? appeared first on C…
 
NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Tom Simons (MA1803/1804), Firefighter at the Salt Lake City Fire Department, talks about gaps in the response of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and hospitals. His research sought to examine whether... The post Thesis Series: Two Teams, One Mission: A Study Using Ems Units in Hospital Triage During Active-Shooter and Oth…
 
NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Max Pfaffinger (MA1803/1804), Federal Air Marshal at Transportation Security Administration, discusses his thesis with fellow master’s student, Scott Fenton. Pfaffinger’s thesis focuses on the topic of gang violence from a... The post Thesis Series: Balas and Barrios: An Analysis of U.S. Domestic and Regional Anti-Gang Po…
 
NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Gary Cummings (MA1803/1804), Lieutenant at the Garland Police Department, talks about how police increasingly encounter citizens who challenge constitutional boundaries between civil rights and police power. These so-called ‘civil rights... The post Thesis Series: Civil Rights Auditors: Defining Reasonable Time, Place, an…
 
NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Matt Heckard (MA1803/1804), Assistant Director, Preparedness for the State of Arizona, talks about his thesis which provides an overview and policy options analysis of offsite radiological emergency preparedness and response... The post Thesis Series: Case for State and Local Integration of the Separate Federal Radiologic…
 
NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Tyler McCoy (MA1803/1804), Captain/Paramedic at the City of Dayton, Ohio Fire Department, talks about his thesis which analyzes current fire department practices and explores how resource deployments can be modified... The post Thesis Series: Optimize or Die: Dynamic and Innovative Deployment Models for Fire Departments a…
 
NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Kimberly Hayward (MA1803/1804), Community Preparedness Officer at FEMA, talks about her thesis where she analyzes how to engage children and youth to facilitate behavioral change and build a culture of... The post Thesis Series: Engaging Children and Youth, Via K-12 School Curricula, to Build a Culture of Disaster Prepare…
 
NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Monika Mali (MA1803/1804), Transportation Security Inspector at the Transportation Security Administration, talks about her thesis which uses the case study method to investigate the unintended consequences that have resulted from... The post Thesis Series: Regulating Hawala: Thwarting Terrorism or Jeopardizing Stability?…
 
In this Master’s Thesis Series interview, Octavio Saenz speaks with Emily Jane McLoughlin (MA1801/1802), Emergency Preparedness Program Manager for the Department of Public Safety Communications and Emergency Management in Arlington, VA, about the... The post Thesis Series: Beyond the first 48: Incorporating Non-Traditional Stakeholders into Incide…
 
In this Master’s Thesis Series video, Octavio Saenz interviews Christopher Barney (MA1801/1802), Battalion Chief for Portland Oregon Fire & Rescue, about the research behind his thesis “The ‘English Disease’ and Political Protest: How... The post Thesis Series: The ‘English Disease’ and Political Protest appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
NPS-CHDS master’s graduate David Sabat (MA1801/1802), Captain for Howard County, MD, Fire and Rescue, discusses his thesis with Octavio Saenz in this Master’s Thesis Series video. Sabat’s thesis is titled “There Are No... The post Thesis Series: There Are No Monsters in the Closet appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
In this episode of Out of the Classroom, NPS-CHDS master’s program participant from cohort 1803/1804 Ryan Monaghan discusses how a project from his Strategic Planning course was implemented by his agency. Monaghan is... The post Out of the Classroom – Putting the Lean Startup Model into Practice appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
In this Master’s Thesis Series interview, Stephen Felty discusses his thesis, Social Identity Theory and Intergroup Conflict in Israel/Palestine. Intergroup dynamics have been a central vector in long-lasting identity conflicts around the globe.... The post Thesis Series: Social Identity Theory and Intergroup Conflict in Israel/Palestine appeared f…
 
In this NPS-CHDS Viewpoints, CHDS alumni Dr. Michael Larranaga and Dr. John Comiskey discuss the results of their examination of the potential threats that climate change could have on the nation’s homeland security... The post The Effects of Climate Change on Homeland Security appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
In this Master’s Thesis Series interview, Colby Stanton discusses her thesis, Punching above Their Weight: The Homeland Security Contributions of the U.S. Pacific Territories. While the U.S. Pacific territories were brought into the... The post Thesis Series: Punching above Their Weight: The Homeland Security Contributions of the U.S. Pacific Terri…
 
Listen to audio: In today’s episode, I had the opportunity to speak with the Director of FEMA’s National Integration Center, Mr. Dan Alexander. Our conversation centered on the direction and changes that have been... The post Ep 12: FEMA Building a Culture of Preparedness appeared first on CHDS/Ed.By Frank Forman
 
Listen to audio: This is the third episode in our 3-part series looking into school shootings. In Part 1, we looked at the data collection platform – K-12 School Shooting Database. In the following... The post Episode 011: Early Intervention and Mental Health for School Shootings appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to audio: In this show, we talk with Lt. Steve Simonds, Jim Morrissey, and Dr. Carol Cunningham about the school shooting, the tragedy, that occurred at Great Mills High School in Saint Mary’s... The post Episode 010: The Complexity of School Shooting Preparedness appeared first on CHDS/Ed.By Frank Forman
 
Listen to audio: This Podcast kicks off our 3-part series focused on school shootings. In this episode, we speak with Desmond O’Neill and David Riedman who walk us through the origins of the K-12... The post Episode 009: Facts, Emotions, and the K-12 School Shooting Database appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
In this NPS-CHDS Viewpoints, NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Mourad Mourad shares insightful methods to counter violent extremism. Mourad’s thesis, “Tailoring Violent Extremism Prevention: A Targeted Intervention Method,” identifies deficiencies in our currently employed... The post Preventing Violent Extremism Through Early Intervention appeared first …
 
In this NPS-CHDS Viewpoints, NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Ryan Whitehead talks about the correlation between his thesis research and his position as a Transportation Security Inspector with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in Boston. Ryan’s... The post Improving School Bus Transportation Safety appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
In this NPS-CHDS Viewpoints, NPS-CHDS master’s alumnus Jim Seebock, Captain of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, discusses the evolution of his thesis. When the October 2017 Vegas Shootings occurred, he sensed a need to... The post Guarding Against High-Rise Active Shooters appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to audio: Episode 008: In Episode 005, we interviewed Phillip Osborne about cyber-hygiene. That episode kicked off our first show dedicated to you – the Homeland Security practitioner. For many of our listeners,... The post Episode 008: Helping Others by Helping Yourself First with John Garey appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to audio: Episode 007. Our conversation is with Sheriff Jim McDonnell of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department. We’ll be discussing issues ranging from challenges associated with managing the County jail system in terms of... The post Episode 007: The Complex Nature of Managing the Largest Sheriff’s Department in the Country appeared first on…
 
Listen to audio: Episode 006. In this episode, we’re taking a look at Russia’s social media war against the United States, assault on our democracy, and some options our government may use to combat... The post Episode 006: Russia’s Information War against America’s People with Seth Jones appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to audio: Episode 005. With this episode and some upcoming shows, we’re taking a slightly different approach by focusing on you, the homeland security practitioner. In your efforts to take care of this... The post Episode 005: Improving your Cyber Security in an Insecure World appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
In this NPS-CHDS Viewpoints, Kyle Falkner, City of Fort Worth Fire Department, and Charity Menefee , Knox County TN Health Department, talk about the potential of their UVOST program (University Virtual Operations Support Team). As part... The post University Virtual Operations Support Team: engaging student volunteers in social media response appe…
 
In this NPS-CHDS Viewpoints, Heather Issvoran talks with CHDS alum Ed Lowery, who served 25 years in government service with the US Secret Service and is now in the private sector. Ed uses the response... The post Including the Private Sector in Disaster Response appeared first on CHDS/Ed.By CHDS
 
In this Viewpoints, Mourad Mourad, Sergeant of Detective Squad with the NYPD, talks about his Master’s research on countering violent extremism (CVE). He asks what law enforcement can do to get involved earlier and... The post Preventing Violent Extremism with Targeted Intervention appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to Audio: Episode 004: Today’s show brings Mona Barnes to Homeland: The Podcast. Mona is the Director for the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency. We talk about the trials, tribulations, and successes contending... The post Episode 004: When it Rains, it Pours with Mona Barnes appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to Audio: Episode 003: Homeland Security Affairs Journal Today we are joined by Stephen Twing, managing editor for Homeland Security Affairs. This peer reviewed journal provides a forum for proposing and debating strategies, policies,... The post Episode 003: Homeland Security Affairs Journal with Stephen Twing appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
In this NPS-CHDS Viewpoints, FEMA Deputy Administrator for National Preparedness Daniel Kaniewski elaborates on three major priorities in the recently released FEMA Strategic Plan 2018-2022. The plan reflects FEMA’s goal of a Culture of Preparedness... The post FEMA Goal of a Culture of Preparedness appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to Audio: Episode 002: Finding the Missing Pieces of Mercury This episode features NPS instructors Anders Strindberg and David Brannan. They walk us through the challenges and changes of the Islamic State to terrorism... The post Episode 002: ISIS 2.0 – Finding the Missing Pieces of Mercury appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
In this Viewpoints, Robert Simeral of the Naval Postgraduate School interviews internationally recognized terrorism expert Mark Lowenthal. Lowenthal, author of five books and more than 90 academic articles on the topic, discusses the... The post The Evolution of the Intelligence Community appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
CHDS Alumni Kimbley Craig, a Councilwoman for California’s 5th District, and Major Manny Morales of the Miami Police Department discuss how law enforcement and local politicians can work together more effectively. Public safety is... The post Local Politicians and Law Enforcement appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Video interview – Viewpoints. Meghan McPherson Meghan McPherson found some emergency management inspiration in, of all places, a nail salon. The result is a program that dispenses emergency preparedness information to workers in the... The post Emergency Management for Non-English Speakers appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
In this Viewpoints, CHDS master’s degree alumnus Michael Biasotti interviews Florida 11th Judicial District Judge Steve Leifman on how severe mental illness affects homeland security. The criminal justice system has become the safety... The post Treating the Severely Mentally Ill, a Homeland Security Wicked Problem appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
In this Viewpoints, Lynnwood Police Chief Tom Davis is interviewed by fellow CHDS master’s degree alumnus Bijan Karimi, Assistant Deputy Director of the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management about countering violent extremism,... The post Updating and Implementing a Revised U.S. National Strategy to Counter Violent Extremism appeared fir…
 
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