CRMJ 122 - Domestic Preparedness(3,0) 3 Credits
This course offers a basic understanding of the environment of domestic preparedness. It focuses on the operations, organization and management concepts of public safety for communities, and surveys the functions and roles of public safety services that safeguard a community. It evaluates the methods and strategies for identifying needs, planning for emergency events, and reducing risk associated with potential hazards. It explores tactical planning for emergency events, coordination of emergency services and deployment and utilization of resources. The course examines the range of techniques for improving the level of domestic preparedness of a community. Actual events and case studies of current issues in the public safety sector regarding domestic preparedness will be analyzed. Offered in the fall semester.
Spring 2021 Course Selections
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