On Saturday, February 1, 2020, Stanley Kober, former Ho-Ho-Kus CERT Program Manager, presented “Civilian Response to an Active Killer/Intruder” to approximately 33 CERT members and guests at the North Arlington Senior Center. This was a two hour PowerPoint presentation where many changes have been made since the first, one-hour long presentation which was focused primarily
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This is the FIRST time I recall seeing this complete video! Ho-Ho-Kus CERT was one of the BIG participants! We had two trailers and one was requested to be setup as part of the Command and Control trailers right alongside the event’s Command Post. See 1:30 for the beginning setup of our two trailers with
BERGEN AND PASSAIC COUNTIES’ IN-SERVICE TRAINING – WINTER / SPRING 2018
We closed out Emergency Preparedness Month, September 2017, with a presentation on how to respond to an active shooter incident. Presented by Ho-Ho-Kus’ emergency services, the event discussed strategies you can use if you ever find yourself in the unfortunate situation of an Active Shooter incident. A “Very informative” presentation the librarian said. Two (2)
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HHK Police SGT LaCroix receiving HHK CERT Appreciation Certificate MATERIALS FROM PRIOR CLASSES CERT Traffic Ctrl Points
The below is from “The Military Leader”, a military blog. It’s really quite good especially for CERT Team Leaders and others.
As the Ho-Ho-Kus CERT POC, I had the privilege of attending the NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Briefing regarding NJ’s current operating environment for anti-terrorism. Below are several handouts. The topics covered domestic terrorism; ISIS threats; homegrown violent extremist threats; threats to law enforcement officers; and reporting suspicious activities. Don’t Be a
The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, NJ, conducted its second annual multi-agency, multi-jurisdictional A.L.I.C.E. (www.alicetraining.com) drill on its premises at 223 N. Van Dien St., Ridgewood, NJ, on Thursday, October 22, 2015, starting at 8:00 a.m. NOTE: The A.L.I.C.E. training basically informs, instructs, and prepares individuals on how to respond and react if / when they