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LLIS Best Practice: Pre-Incident Site Planning: Selecting Sites to Pre-plan   [open pdf - 59KB]

"To conserve limited resources, jurisdictions need to prioritize target hazard sites based on threat/vulnerability assessments. When considering the broad range of potential terrorist target hazard sites, jurisdictions should give priority to high-risk/high-consequence sites. Fixed sites with large occupancies, symbolic value, and/or where large-scale events take place may require pre-incident plans. As a rule, emergency response departments and the pre-plan team leadership should be included in the permit/license notification process for large-scale events to ensure that appropriate plans exist for these venues. Even small jurisdictions should consider preplanning activities for local target hazard sites (e.g. a regional high school)." The purpose of this Best Practice is "to select target hazard sites for pre-plans/target folders."

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