Doug Bedell — June 23, 2016, 9:10 am

DHS Offers ‘Hometown Security’ Assistance

The Department of Homeland Security is promoting a Hometown Security initiative “created to share tools and resources for small and medium size businesses as well as people who organize public gatherings that extremists may consider appealing and easily accessible targets.”

DHS’ Protective Security Advisor program “consists of approximately 100 advisors around the country that support security planning in coordination with government and private sector partners. They also conduct vulnerability assessments, coordinate training, and support event security operations.”

Look up your local branch, give them a call, and decide if the fit is right for your security situation.

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