The Security Planning Workbook is a comprehensive resource that can assist critical infrastructure owners and operators with the development of a foundational security plan. This workbook is designed to be flexible and scalable to suit the needs of most facilities.
This document provides link to US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), CISA (CyberSecurity and Infrustructure Security Agency) See Something Say Something campaign and other training webinars.
This will take you to the US CyberSecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)Bob Threat Resources. Includes self-paced online training, instructor-led virtual training, and other tools.
This link will take the user to the US Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)’s site where you can view the “Pathway to Violence” factsheet and video. These provide information regarding the behavior indicators that assailants often demonstrate before a violent act.
This link will take you to the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) site where you will locate their de-escalation series resources.
This link will take youto the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency site that outlines and describes the power of saying hello at your events and how a hello could assist in preventing an incident.
A document provided by CISA that outlines the process for bag searches at venues
This document houses the link to the CISA Securing Public Gatherings website page
Provided by CISA, this document identifies behavioral indicators, and describes personal security measures for personal security
A document provided by CISA, that proves options for consideration when developing and implementing security screening procedures