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A long look within…

A long look within…

Over my working life I have gained skills that have led me to where I am today. I have enjoyed worki...

Returning fighters Part I: See no evil

Returning fighters Part I: See no evil

The first part of this series by Casey Brunelle introduces the issue of ISIS members – bo...

Six measures to maximise your corporate security strategy and ROI on a tight budget

Six measures to maximise your corporate security strategy and ROI on a tight budget

Corporate security is no longer a local concern, but a global one. In today's age of high-speed conn...

A deeper level of training to engage knowledge and experience in resilience and emergency management

A deeper level of training to engage knowledge and experience in resilience and emergency management

Major emergencies, including natural, human-caused and terrorist incidents, all demonstrate the need...

Here's some brand advice - Stop asking people to post their love

Here's some brand advice - Stop asking people to post their love

Why would a high-profile company think it was a smart idea to launch a hashtag asking customers and ...

Online learning – Ready Calgary: Community preparedness

Online learning – Ready Calgary: Community preparedness

Robert Fagan looks at another free emergency preparedness resource for the Crisis Response Jour...

Calculating the cost of inaction

Calculating the cost of inaction

Too often when deciding whether to make changes or not, we only see the cost of action and ignore th...

When is the right time for corporate social activism?

When is the right time for corporate social activism?

Customers and employees say they want companies to take a stand on high-profile social and political...

Why the terrorist threat level is still 'Severe'

Why the terrorist threat level is still 'Severe'

The current threat level for international terrorism in the UK is Severe and has not been below this...

Critical infrastructure and soft targets in the Maghreb states

Critical infrastructure and soft targets in the Maghreb states

In November 2018, Advisory Panel Member Lina Kolesnikova took part, as an international expert,...

Online learning: Being prepared in the modern world

Online learning: Being prepared in the modern world

In this month’s blog on free preparedness training and education it’s Robert Fagan&rsquo...

Business continuity is not the same as crisis management

Business continuity is not the same as crisis management

Any organisation that imagines that a business continuity plan makes it ‘crisis prepared&rsquo...

Integrating emergency response to active shooter incidents

Integrating emergency response to active shooter incidents

ALERTT is the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training centre in Texas State University...

“Who touched it last?”

“Who touched it last?”

In this blog Kirsty McKinlay-Stewart covers a training course that one of our latest CRJ P...

Delivering a financial system that reduces disaster risk

Delivering a financial system that reduces disaster risk

Ahead of the 2018 2018 Forum on Disaster Risk Reduction, Erling Kvernevik, Teresa Rubino and Rosalin...

CRJ Advisory Panel Member chairs session at prestigious Homeland and Global Security Forum

CRJ Advisory Panel Member chairs session at prestigious Homeland and Global Security Forum

Editorial Advisory Panel Member Lina Kolesnikova took part in the 20th Homeland and Global Security ...

European Forum on Disaster Risk Reduction to look at continuing climate challenges

European Forum on Disaster Risk Reduction to look at continuing climate challenges

Ahead of the 2018 European Forum on Disaster Risk Reduction in Rome, Rosalind Cook, Profes...

More online emergency management training resources

More online emergency management training resources

This month Rob Fagan’s blog about free emergency management training and education focuses on ...

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