This document provides information from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on how law enforcement can minimize the risk of exposure to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) while on the job.
Public health and law enforcement sectors both desire collaboration, but funding is often a major obstacle to collaboration.
Although the security sector is a key partner in many specific public health programs, its identity as an important part of the public health endeavor is rarely recognized, resulting in an inadequate approach to research and investigation of ways in which law enforcement can be effectively engaged to actively promote and protect public health.
The average law enforcement officer receives a very basic level of training on biological threats.
The ROCSAFE project will deploy aerial and ground-based drones equipped with sensors to assess the scene of a chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) event without exposing investigators to risk.
This paper discusses the roles and responsibilities of law enforcement in responding to an agroterror incident.
Biological expertise isn’t easily contained presenting a challenge as the germs, techniques, and skills needed to study disease can also pose a biological threat.