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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Chapter 1 Introduction Catastrophe Risk Management Accidental and Intentional Threats Practicing Prevention Intentional Threats: Challenging our Imagination Chapter 2 Recognize Threats Who and/or What? Your Local History Patterns of Terrorist Behavior Weapons of Catastrophe Vulnerability Consequences Fear as a Threat Amplifier Chapter Review Apply What You Have Learned Chapter 3 Share Information Strategic Intelligence vs. Tactical Intelligence The Intelligence Process Choose Intelligence Targets Collecting Data and Information Organize and Analyze Data and Information Produce Intelligence Products Consume Intelligence Products Chapter Review Apply What You Have Learned Chapter 4 Collaborate Defining Collaboration Collaboration Process Designing a Collaborative Network Collaboration and Sharing Information Collaboration and Identifying Targets Regional Collaboration Collaborative Agreements Chapter Review Chapter 5 Manage Risk Current Priorities Apply a Risk Formula SARA and RISK Management Choosing Among Risks Scenario-Based Risk Management A Collaborative Choice TARA: Four Responses to Risk Continually Assess Your Choice Chapter Review Apply What You Have Learned Chapter 6 Decide to Intervene The Prevention Cube: What and When? Primary Mode: Protect, Deter, and Preempt Secondary Mode: Protect, Deter, and Preempt Tertiary Mode: Protect, Deter, and Preempt Making an Effective Decision Planning and Resourcing Preparing for Catastrophe Chapter Review Apply What You Have Learned Acknowledgements Works Cited Appendix San Luis Rey General IndexPalin, Phil is the author of 'Catastrophe Preparation & Prevention for the Fire Services ', published 2007 under ISBN 9780073382852 and ISBN 007338285X.