How can emergency managers in the United States organize to prevent similar attacks in their country?
Please provide a reference for the information that you provide, and and and incorporate it within the question.
Emergency managers in the United States can organize to prevent similar attacks in the country by taking several measures. First, the managers must meet the federal, state, and local agencies in the alternating locations for training, discussion of investigation, and sharing of intelligence. The preparedness of managers in the US must include field and table top exercises which test the ability and response capabilities of managers who would participate in responding to a disaster involving biological, chemical, or nuclear attack. The managers should also handle special events which are high profile which are attended by tens of thousands of people and have national exposure. The managers must ensure that these events ...
This posting gives you a step-by-step explanation of how emergency managers in US can prevent attacks. The response also contains the sources used.