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Indianapolis Joint Criminal-EpidemiologicalInvestigations Workshop


Location: IUPUI Campus Center - 420 University Blvd. Indianapolis, IN 46202

Training Objectives:  

  • Understand roles, responsibilities, and authorities of law enforcement and public healthduring a suspicious biological incident
    • Law enforcement investigations and threat assessment
    • Public health epidemiological and medical investigations
  • Identify assets and capabilities for law enforcement and public health
    • Understand what expertise and resources each discipline has to offer
  • Demonstrate types of information gathered by law enforcement and public health and how sharing information can advance both investigations
    • Identify challenges to sharing information and determine potential solutions thatmay be adapted to meet the needs of both disciplines
  • Discuss best practices for:
    • Conducting a joint threat assessment
    • Developing a joint investigations protocol
    • Conducting a joint patient interview
  • Foster working relationships between law enforcement and public health
    • Identify informal contacts prior to incident so familiarly is established
  • Targeted Audience

Epidemiologists, emergency preparedness managers, local and State laboratories, communityhealth specialists, public health nurses and physicians, local and State police, task forceofficers, FBI, first responders/EMS, fire/hazmat, Civil Support Teams

 

Training Cost: FREE Register online at: http://www.train.org (Course # 1070837)Note: Due to Federal Regulations, no food or drink can be provided by FBI funds. 

For more information, please contact: 

Specical Agent Bruce Guider, WMD Coordinator FBI Indianapolis Bruce.Guider@ic.fbi.gov

Earlier Event: September 20
Indiana Emergency Response Conference
Later Event: October 20
District 8 First Responder Training