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Campus Preparedness Resource Center

Welcome to the Campus Preparedness Resource Center

This page was developed under a federal Department of Homeland Security grant to IACLEA. The goals were to:

  • develop and disseminate resources to strengthen the capacity of campus public safety departments in the United States to anticipate and develop plans for potential WMD/terrorist threats.
  • develop an Incident Command System training program, and
  • develop a strategic vision for campus public safety training needed in the next three to five years.

How to use this page:

  • Information in this section is seperated into two categories; restricted to law enforcement personel and public.
  • Some sections are still being prepared. Those links are temporarily not active however; the contents indices display to show the availability of upcoming information.

Restricted Section:

Login Information for law enforcement personel:

  • IACLEA members and special authorized users, login here to access restricted information. After logging in, you may return to this page and click on any link to access the content described underneath.
  • Non-members of IACLEA who are law enforcement personel may request a special password by writing on official Department letterhead, signed by the Chief or Department to:
    Debbie Rondeau
    IACLEA Membership Services Coordinator
    3rd Floor
    342 North Main Street
    West Hartford, CT 06117.

Threat & Risk Assessment Tools

  • Introduction (Letter)
  • Download the IACLEA Campus Preparedness Assessment Manual. [MSWord]
  • Form-Individual Target Vulnerability Summary
  • Form-Site Survey
  • Form-Threat Worksheet
  • Form-Vulnerability Assessment

Read Report on Lessons Learned from Gulf Coast Hurricanes and Incidents Involving Explosives

Vulnerability identification Self-Assessment Tool (ViSAT)

Anti Terrorism Training Opportunities

WMD Awareness Training

Strategic Vision for Campus Public Safety Training

Strengthening Communication Between Campus Public Safety and Emergency Responders

Emergency Management & Terrorism Related Resources


This page is supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office of Grants and Training.