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The 15 Most Common Types of Hospital Security Officer Training

Bomb Threat Response Officer Training

This year 64 percent of respondents reported requiring bomb threat response training. That figure was the same in our 2013 survey.

“It’s important, although we haven’t traditionally seen a large number of bomb threats in healthcare in the US, it happens but it’s not a huge issue,” Warren said. “That being said it’s a topic that needs to be addressed, along with suspicious packages, indicators of terrorism planning activity. DHS has a lot of that information our there, the free online training suspicious activity reporting (SAR) initiative is already out there, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel.”

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