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eBook Protecting Schools and Universities from Terrorism: A Guide for Administrators and Teachers ePub

by Jeffrey A. Adams,Johsua Sinai

  • ISBN: 1887056238
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Jeffrey A. Adams,Johsua Sinai
  • Publisher: ASIS International (October 2003)
  • ePub book: 1609 kb
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Many security experts believe that schools and universities are viable targets for terrorist activity

Many security experts believe that schools and universities are viable targets for terrorist activity. This book provides information that will help to effectively manage the crisis and consequence phases of an attack.

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He attended high school in Atlanta public schools and attended Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, Yale University . Adams' son, John Adams Jr. was a Nebraska State Legislator from 1935–1941. In 1942, John Jr. lost in an election against dentist Dr. Harry A Foster.

He attended high school in Atlanta public schools and attended Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, Yale University, Gammon Theological Seminary, and received a Masters of Arts from AME affiliated Campbell College in Jackson, Mississippi. He had three sons, John, Harold S. and Ralph W. John Jr. and Ralph joined John Sr. as partners in a law practice in the 1930s. Adams died of a heart attack on the morning of Saturday, April 22, 1962.

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Today, many security experts believe that schools and universities are viable targets for terrorists activity. Terrorists' motivations, objectives, modi operandi, and targets have radically changed from what they were before, when schools and universities were generally immune from direct targeting. It is the objective of this guide to provide administrators and teachers with the security framework and necessary checklists to ensure that their facilities and students are properly protected against a terrorist attack, whether biological, chemical, radiological, or, in the absolute worst-case scenario, nuclear. This guide also addresses more conventional tactics used by terrorists, such as detonating explosives and indiscriminately shooting students. University administrators and teachers need to become aware of such potential threats and adopt the necessary preventative measures to ensure that their campuses and students are properly protected. Preparation for defending against a terrorist attack can help prevent one. Additionally, should an actual incident occur, this book provides information that will help to effectively manage the crisis and consequence phases of an attack.