A discussion with Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) Superintendent Tony Russell about the training organization and individual and family preparedness is currently featured on the Homeland Security Today website.
The publication posed a series of questions to Russell earlier this month, inquiring about the center’s plans to expand training to more responders across the nation and engage more with tribal communities as well as what the average citizen and family can do to be more prepared for disasters. Russell provided detailed responses to each of those questions.
Homeland Security Today is an independent monthly magazine which covers news and provides analysis of wide array of homeland security issues. It is read by more than 80,000 federal, state and local officials in or with ties to the homeland security community.
The discussion with Russell can be read in its entirety at the following link: https://www.hstoday.us/featured/hstoday-qa-cdp-superintendent-tony-russell-discusses-the-importance-of-training-first-responders-to-face-the-worst/.