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ITEMS OF INTEREST

Religious Affairs Workshop, 8-10 April 2014

Are you Wildfire Ready?  Check out CBS 4 Denver (Click Here)

The Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (The CELL): Upcoming Events

IMPORTANT LINKS:

Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management: http://dhsem.state.co.us/

The Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab: www.thecell.org

Colorado Technical University's Masters' Program link: Masters of Science in Homeland Security (MS-HLS)

Colorado Technical University's Wounded Warrior Scholarship Information Flyer and link:  WW Scholaship

Denver Police Foundation: http://denverpolicefoundation.org/

 

MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

Join CEPP - Click here to join CEPP

(The link above is NOT the Meeting Registration link....That link is just below)

Register at this link for the March 20th meeting at the University of Denver:

"Attack on a Soft Target"

 

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CIAC Report 14-15241 Retail Edible Marijuana

(U) Retail Edible Marijuana Awareness
(U) Retail marijuana sales in the state of Colorado began January 2014, making it legal to sell marijuana to individuals 21 years of age or older for personal use. Edible marijuana is becoming a popular form of marijuana 1use and, warrants review for general awareness.

Global Colorado Homeland Security Report on PBS "Colorado State of Mind"

On 12 March CEPP board president, Tim Gablehouse, appeared with other
panelists on the PBS program “Colorado State of Mind,” to  discuss
the findings of the Global Colorado Homeland Security  Report. The
report was put together in September 2013 by Dr. Lewis  Griffith,
professor at the Josef Korbel School of International  Studies at
the University of Denver, along with other contributors under the

Prepare for Spring Flooding - CEPP Bulletin

CEPP and FEMA Combined Meeting 6 Febuary 2014 by Ellen Bamberger with Presentations

RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS WORKSHOP, 8-10 APRIL 2014

Workshop:
→Build and strengthen relationships for disaster response between governmental & nongovernmental agencies and civilian faith-based organizations
→Achieve a shared understanding of disaster response
→Develop action plans
→Increase resiliency by challenging conventional thoughts and perspectives through dynamic guest speakers.

 

 

Colorado School Safety Resource Center - February 2014

E-Updates from the CSSRC will contain the most current information about the Center's activities and resources, as well as other school safety efforts throughout the state of Colorado and relevant national resources. You  may register for this listserv on our website www.Colorado.gov/SchoolSafetyResourceCenter or www.Colorado.gov/CSSRC.

Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster Presentation - Bill Tolbert

Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster Presentation  by Bill Tolbert at the Homeland Security All Hazards Seniro Advisory Committee 13 January 2014

CEPP Bulletin Extreme Cold

Extreme Cold can be Hazardous to your Health & your Business
January is typically our second coldest month here in Colorado with a mean temperature of about 30 degrees in the Denver metro area. Arctic- like weather with below zero temperatures for several days in a row can lead to big issues for businesses with damage and injuries directly related to these cold temperatures.

 

NORAD-USNORTHCOM Private Sector Role in Disasters

Given today’s interdependent environment and public sector fiscal constraints, the private sector is playing a greater role in national disaster preparedness and response efforts. Building trusted partnerships with the private sector for disaster management is relatively new to the Department of Defense (DOD) and it requires rethinking established coordination processes.

Colorado Flooding Assistance Webportal

* The Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management has established a web portal http://www.helpcoloradonow.org to coordinate donations and volunteers. Keep in mind that cash is the preferred method because it offers voluntary agencies the most flexibility in obtaining the most-needed resources and pumps money into the local economy to help businesses recover as well.

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