Scott J. Glick, SummitET Vice President and General Counsel, will be presenting at the National Homeland Security Conference (NHSC) in Cleveland, Ohio, that will take place July 11-14, 2022.  Glick, who previously was an international terrorism prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice and served as its Director of Preparedness and Response in the National Security Division, will be discussing how law enforcement and consequence management officials can integrate their operations during “left of boom” terrorist threats.

About National Homeland Security Conference

Scott Glick VP and General Counsel

The NHSC, which was originally conceived as an information sharing opportunity in support of the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI), brings together professionals in homeland security, law enforcement, and fire and emergency management. The HNSC provides an opportunity for officials from federal, state, and local agencies, as well as representatives from nonprofit agencies, businesses, and universities to discuss emerging trends in homeland security and to see leading-edge equipment and technology available to support their missions.

Expert Session

Glick’s presentation will build on the article he wrote in 2020, Preparatory Consequence Management & Weapons of Mass Destruction, and his panel will also include Kasey Salway, the FBI’s WMD Directorate’s Unit Chief for the Strategic Partnership Unit, and Steve Chase, a Program Scientist in FEMA’s Response Directorate in its CBRN Office. The panel will be open for discussion and will also have an opportunity to be ranked “Best in Show” by attendees using the NHSC app.

In support of the UASI’s emergency management needs, SummitET leverages global experience and public, private, and military subject-matter expertise to provide counterterrorism, weapons of mass destruction (WMD), and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) exercise and training support. SummitET’s trainers and program management professionals offer knowledge and know-how with real world events and response experience.

Join Glick’s session during the 2022 NHSC Conference on Tuesday, July 12 at 11am for the following:

Integrating Preparatory Consequence Management and Law Enforcement Operations During “Left of Boom” Terrorist Threats Excerpt

“Mother Nature” does not care if the nation is prepared for a hurricane. However, if the government is aware of a terrorist threat, but the public is not aware, and the government conducts highly visible preparatory consequence management operations, an alerted terrorist could change tactics or attack a different target. To avoid this potential “no-win” scenario, Response and Prevention Mission planners must consider the unique and complicating factors that can adversely affect their respective mission’s success during credible terrorist threats, particularly those involving a weapon of mass destruction. To bridge a gap in national policy and planning guidance, this presentation will propose a new way that officials across all levels of government can cohesively integrate preparatory consequence management operations and law enforcement operations during “left of boom” terrorist threats to maximize the ability to stop the terrorist and minimize the potential consequences of the terrorist’s actions.

Learn more about Scott Glick here.

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