Friday, April 27, 2007

FDNY's New Terrorism-Specific Strategic Plan

As an extension of its general strategic plan, released earlier this year, the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) has released a terrorism-specific strategic plan. I'll have more info after I've had time to read the new strategy, but NY1 reports:

The FDNY released its first-ever Terrorism and Disaster Preparedness Strategy Wednesday, outlining how the department can improve their response to terrorist attacks and large-scale emergencies.

The plan also focuses on improving information-sharing between city, state, and federal agencies to help prevent attacks, increasing hazardous material training, and making risk assessments on key locations around the city.
For reference on the FDNY's general strategic plan, see this post from February.

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