Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


The Campus Safety Conference is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.
Close

A Counter-IED Resource from the Department of Homeland Security’s Office for Bombing Prevention

TRIPwire is a free online information sharing resource for IED incidents, tactics, techniques, procedures, as well as corresponding IED prevention and protective measures.

The Technical Resource for Incident Prevention (TRIPwire), from the Department of Homeland Security’s Office for Bombing Prevention, is a free, online information sharing resource on IED incidents, tactics, techniques, and procedures, as well as corresponding IED prevention and protective measures.

TRIPwire enhances domestic preparedness by giving the nation’s security and emergency services professionals valuable information and resources to prevent, protect, respond to, and mitigate bombing incidents.

Once users log into TRIPwire, they have access to the following resources:

  • Daily Reporting on IED-related Incidents
  • Official DHS and USG information products
  • Open Source Reporting and Mapping
  • IED incident and device profiles
  • Incident Quick Look Reports
  • Fire and Rescue Notes
  • Patrol Officer Notes
  • IED prevention, protection, and response resources

Click Here to Visit the TRIPwire Website

 

Tagged with: Bombs IEDs TRIPwire

Read More Articles Like This… With A FREE Subscription

Campus Safety magazine is another great resource for public safety, security and emergency management professionals. It covers all aspects of campus safety, including access control, video surveillance, mass notification and security staff practices. Whether you work in K-12, higher ed, a hospital or corporation, Campus Safety magazine is here to help you do your job better!

Get your free subscription today!


Get Our Newsletters
Campus Safety HQ