Register HereFree Webinar - Preparing first responders for a Complex Coordinated Attack
Within the United States, first responders have responded to and mitigated a wide variety of complex events, including terrorist attacks. The U.S. has not, however, experienced a complex coordinated attack (CCA) like those that have occurred in Mumbai, Paris and London.
This presentation will highlight past attacks, why they are important. Further, this presentation will, through comparative analysis, show our domestic preparedness activities, common themes, and challenges in preparing for an asymmetrical terrorist attack.
Jared Goff is a full-time dad and husband. He is also a Captain II with the Fairfax County Fire & Rescue Department in Northern Virginia and is assigned as the Executive Officer to the Assistant Chief of Personnel Services. Captain Goff has over 20 years experience including 10 years exclusively in leadership, command, and field training. Jared was previously assigned as the regional Fire-EMS-Health Intelligence Liaison in a local fusion center and was responsible for the collection, analysis, development, and dissemination of intelligence and collaboration with Northern Virginia and National Capital Region stakeholders. Jared earned his second Masters degree from the Naval Postgraduate School – Center for Homeland Defense and Security where he conducted original research into the challenges that our nations first responders face when preparing for a Complex Coordinated Attack. In 2013, he earned a Master of Arts in Diplomacy with a concentration in International Terrorism at Norwich University.
All registrants will have access to the recording for 5 days. After 5 days the webinar will be restricted to IPSA Members only.
Certificates of Attendance
All attendees will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
A representative from the IPSA will email all verified registrants the participation details prior to the event.
The event is at 10am Arizona (1pm Eastern). Please note your respective time zone.