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START experts to headline conference on domestic terrorism and mass casualty incidents


START experts to headline conference on domestic terrorism and mass casualty incidents

October 17, 2017Zane Moses

START experts, alongside federal, state and local authorities, will speak about the changing state of terrorism during an Insight Exchange Network conference at Georgetown University, Nov. 15-16. The conference, “Best Practices in Preparing for and Responding to Domestic Terrorism & Mass Casualty Incidents” will cover topics such as the steps in preparing for incident response, how to effectively partition state and federal resources, coping with the mental fallout resulting from incidents among other topics.

William Braniff, Kieran Quinlan and Patrick James will headline the START panel following a keynote address from Peter Bergen, a CNN national security analyst.

Law enforcement officials, terrorism analysts, homeland security professionals, community leaders and hospital coordinators are all encouraged to attend the event to learn how to change policy in response to the changing face of terrorism.

Those interested in attending can use the discount code “UMD15” for 15% off. For more information or to register click here.