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USAF – Eligibility for Sensitive Positions – Guide to Maintaining Your Eligibility

With the help of this guide, government employees can learn how to get and keep a security clearance for the Department of Defense. It details an employee’s responsibilities, as well as how one can lose his or her clearance.

  • How do I get security clearance?
  • What are my obligations after obtaining clearance?
  • Behaviors that are potential security concerns

Operations Security (OPSEC) for Service Members

Essential reading for all members of the military family, Operations Security (OPSEC) is a set of measures designed to guard the safety of Soldiers and the secrecy of missions from potential threats or adversaries.

  • OPSEC at home
  • Internet security
  • Identity theft
  • The 5 Steps of the OPSEC process

DTRA – Preventive Radiological and Nuclear Detection

It’s better to prevent a radiological or nuclear attack, rather than respond to one. Aimed at law enforcement and first responders, the Preventive Radiological and Nuclear Detection (PRND) guide offers information on:

  • Radiation basics
  • Radiological and nuclear threats
  • Radiation detection equipment and protocols
  • Available assistance
  • Technical reference data
  • Commercial packaging and transport index

Suicide Attack Preparedness for First Responders

As the number of suicide bombings in the U.S. grows, first responders must be prepared. This detailed guide helps first responders defeat, mitigate and recover from suicide attacks.

  • Identifying bombers
  • Understanding explosives
  • Interdicting suspected bombers
  • Containing and managing the scene

Hazmat First Responder – Operations Level

First Responders – Operations Level are personnel who are responsible for initially responding to hazmat emergencies. First Responders – Operations level training is required for individuals who respond to releases or potential releases of hazmat as part of the initial response.

Avoid Fraud

Every year, millions of Americans are victims of fraud. Protect your hard-earned money by learning to spot the signs of fraud.

  • Common types of fraud
  • Fraud red flags
  • Reporting fraud
  • Helpful resources

Keep your Identity Safe

Identity theft is a serious crime. Don’t be a victim! Learn how to protect your identity and keep your personal information safe from identity thieves.

  • Types of identity theft
  • Reducing your risks
  • Computer and smartphone security
  • Reporting and recovering from identity theft

Weapons of Mass Destruction – Preparedness and Response

This guide provides an overview of WMDs, their effects and the immediate response measures law enforcement and first responders should take. Among the various WMD categories, there is a focus on radiological and nuclear weapons response.

  • Chemical/Biological Weapons
  • Decontamination
  • Search and Rescue Operations

Cybersecurity: Stay Safe Online

As the Internet becomes more widely accessible, it also becomes a greater security risk. Teach your community the security threats they may encounter and what they need to know to safely use Internet and mobile technology.

  • Malware
  • Spam and e-mail scams
  • Identity theft
  • Securing your information

Water Security – Contamination Threats and Incidents

There are many ways in which our water systems can become contaminated, and responding to contamination threats and incidents requires careful planning and preparation.

  • Security planning
  • Contamination threat management
  • Analysis
  • Public health response

Active Shooter Response

Active shooting situations happen without warning – that’s why it’s important to always be prepared. This guide teaches personnel how to think and react quickly to protect themselves and others in such a dangerous situation.

  • Learn how to respond to an active shooter
  • Prepare for active shooter situations
  • Recognize potential workplace violence
  • Manage the after-effects

Anti-Terrorism: Security Threat Prevention & Response

A terrorist attack can take several forms. This guide is your practical resource to prevent and respond to security threats and acts of terrorism.

  • Targets and pre-incident indicators
  • Explosive devices and suicide bombers
  • Chemical, radiological and biological incidents
  • Terrorist watchlist
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