The lack of information sharing in the intelligence field can be frustrating. Here's how the intelligence community can better capture the experience and knowledge of analysts and pass that information to the next generation of intelligence officers.
By Anthony Mangeri
Public information officers (PIOs) must also be able to collect, assess, and share verified information with the public and the media via press briefings, website management, and social media. Learn how mass media is one of many tools available for PIOs to convey risks to the public before, during, and after a disaster.
If you work or aspire to work in the public safety field, being a team player is a necessity. Whether you’re a police officer, firefighter, EMT, or emergency manager, lives depend on the strength and unity of teams. And, in today’s world of complex threats, it’s not just how well one team works together, it’s how well teams from different agencies work together in a coordinated response.
In August, In Public Safety will feature articles written by American Military University faculty members investigating the ongoing shifts in teamwork and coordination efforts among public safety agencies.