These guidelines are recommendations for local responders, based on existing procedures, which provide guidance on the initial response to a suspicious biological threat, while other follow-on response plans may be utilized if a threat is deemed credible.
This white paper examines the new roles law enforcement agencies must assume if a biological attack occurs, as well as identifies promising programs and approaches within the community policing context, to facilitate issues associated with bioterrorism preparedness and response.
This strategy guides US efforts to prevent biological incidents
This biological incident guide for law enforcement is deverived from information gained through workshops, exercises, program research, and after-action reports; and serves as a foundation for any law enforcement agency that is developing plans for a response to a biological weapons incident.
These biological agents and toxins have been determined to have the potential to pose a severe threat to both human and animal health, to plant health, or to animal and plant products
The DHS Risk Lexicon establishes a common vocabulary and language that will improve risk-related communications between DHS Components
In this report, the NSABB recommends a number of practices for enhancing personnel reliability and a culture of responsibility at the local level.
This report recommends strategies for enhancing personnel reliability among individuals with access to select agents and toxins
This report recommends strategies to educate amateur biologists and scientists in non-life science disciplines about dual use research in the life sciences
A strategy document for commercial and end-user communities to facilitate the development and implementation of national consensus CBRNE standards and establish an enduring capability to coordinate, prioritize, and implement those standards.