EDUCATION AND PLANNING ARE KEYS TO SUCCESS
requires a whole-of-community approach. Equip your personnel and partners to
recognize potential threats; know where and how to report them; and plan for,
and respond to, incidents.
JRIC works with federal, state, and local partners who offer an array of online
training and tools to build preparedness and enhance resilience.
PROTECT YOUR SPACES | PLAN, PREPARE
Grant funding is
available from a variety of federal, state, and local agencies to offset the
cost of preparation and prevention.
can provide foundational information for future federal or state grant
applications. Complete this work before the next grant period opens, so you can
apply without delay. The following worksheets are required to apply for
Self-assessment tools are available online. Click the links below to access the
appropriate tool. Though tailored for faith-based facilities and schools, these
tools can also be applied to any facility that hosts large gatherings.
Facilities | This online worksheet helps you evaluate existing
security measures, and provides links to additional information and resources,
based upon your answers.
Facilities | This online tool
asks questions about existing safety and security measures, and provides a
downloadable report detailing potential mitigation options.
Planning drives preparation, and preparation drives effective
responses. Planning provides a methodical way to engage the whole community
in thinking through the lifecycle of a potential crisis, determining required capabilities
and establishing a framework for roles and responsibilities.
- All Hazard Planning and
Safety | Comprehensive planning resources for emergency operations, threat and hazard
identification, and pre-disaster recovery.
PROTECT YOUR PEOPLE | EDUCATE, CONNECT
Your personnel and community members are the first line of
defense. Teach them what to look for, and how to report it. In 92 percent of
targeted violence cases, at least one bystander was aware of the perpetrator’s
grievances, ideology, or intentions—but only 25 percent of them reported their
concerns to authorities, according to studies by the FBI and US Secret Service.
- NCTC Mobilization
Indicators | This booklet provides a catalog of observable behaviors that
could signal individuals or groups are pursuing ideologically-motivated violent
Trafficking Resources | This document provides key indicators of potential human trafficking incidents and victims, and a variety of reporting mechanisms for suspected incidents.
Communities face a growing need for real-time and long-term risk
management and intervention strategies which leverage the expertise of mental health
clinicians, community assistance programs, and other government services.
- DHS CP3 Resources | The DHS Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships (CP3) takes a whole-of-society approach to ending targeted violence and terrorism.
Mental Health/Public Safety Evaluation teams and training, threat assessments, and other tools can help your community members proactively seek help for at-risk individuals, and receive targeted violence prevention training.