Strategic tips for helping public safety personnel Recognizing Human Trafficking Victims, from both sec and labor trafficking. The card also provides questions to ask when human trafficking is suspected.
Strategic tips for law enforcement personnel who respond to the scene of a suspected Meth Lab. The card provides guidance on potential harm from Meth Labs, commonly used chemicals and their sources and first response tips.
Strategic tips for law enforcement personnel who respond to a bomb or explosives incident. This card provides guidance on notification, initial response planning, arrival on scene, plan of attack, recon, render safe procedures and disposal.
Tips on organizing the incident site and manage resources. The card also reviews how to develop appropriate organization, the incident action plan, and managing additional facilities.
Covers establishing incident objectives and initial scene size-up, as well as the standard response goals and tactical priorities.
Tips for understanding establishing command (both single and unified command), as well as the incident commander responsibilities. The card also covers when and how to transfer command.
Threat Profiling helps when organizing information concerning different threat groups which allows for more efficient analysis of information.
Evaluating Intelligence Tools provides a checklist for law enforcement to use when evaluating the benefits of existing and potential tools. Offers guidelines when assessing compatibility with existing intelligence gathering techniques.
The Cyber Kill Chain (CKC) defines how an adversary moves from target observation to a final objective. As with any chain, if any link breaks, the whole process fails.
Strategic tips to assist law enforcement personnel who must respond to a call for or who encounter an improvised explosive device. The card provides guidance on a series of countermeasures to consider that include notification, initial response planning, arrival on scene and more.