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DARES / Public-Private Partnership (P3) Business Seminar
Please join members of the private sector, public sector, volunteer organizations, faith-based community, and emergency management to discuss disaster recovery in the State of Wisconsin during our annual P3 Disaster Summit. This year we have partnered with the Dells/Delton Area Response Exercise Series (DARES) team to bring you two days of exciting opportunities to learn from a variety of federal, state, and local experts.
On Day 1, November 1st, the Fusion Center’s Threat Analysis Unit will be conducting a three hour Fusion Liaison Officer training in the morning, and Wisconsin Emergency Management will be hosting the Integrated Preparedness Planning (IPP) class in the afternoon. Plus, there is an opportunity to observe a real time demonstration of the Dells/Delton Rescue Task Force respond to a multi-casualty event. See below for more class information. AM/PM snacks and lunch are provided.
On Day 2, November 2nd, we will be having a full day of key note speakers and panel discussions. Topics include current cyber threats to businesses, ways to leverage federal, state and local resources to assist with private sector recovery, how to communicate the importance of disaster preparation with leadership, and recovery best practices and lessons learned from businesses who have recovered from a disaster. See preliminary agenda below for more information. AM/PM snacks and lunch are provided.
This event will adhere to CDC guidance regarding county and local mask requirements.
November 1st Class Information
Fusion Threat Liaison Officer Training Course (9am -12pm)
This 3-hour training course introduces participants to national intelligence resources available for local agencies, and how collaboration and effective information-sharing contribute to statewide security against networked threats. Students will gain a better understanding about national intelligence, targeted violence, foreign terror threats, domestic violent extremists, attack methods, and existing mechanisms to prevent future violent attacks against people or critical infrastructure in Wisconsin. This course will provide new information and analysis about the most likely and most dangerous threat types, actors, and deliver updated guidance about how to share suspicious activity with appropriate agencies. It will explain the role of Wisconsin’s fusion center network, how it functions in relation with local and federal partners, and what additional resources are available or may be requested. Please fill out the Fusion Center Non-Disclosure Agreement before the Class.
Integrated Preparedness Plan Class (1pm-3pm)
This two-hour class led by WEM will walk through the Integrated Preparedness Plan (IPP). The goal of this class is to use the IPP planning process to help address the needs identified by stakeholders by creating specific goals and objectives. The IPP establishes priorities and goals that will guide the organization’s efforts to build, improve, and sustain core capabilities across a broad range of mission areas in prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery.
*Optional: Rescue Task Force (RTF) Active Threat Response (3pm-4pm)
You have an opportunity to observe what joint police, fire, EMS, and private sector security do during the initial response to an multi-casualty incident. This will be real time demonstration that will focus on the team skills used to eliminate the threat and quickly transition to on scene triage and treatment. The demonstration will take place at the Wild West Waterpark at the Wilderness Resort. Observers will be on the second floor of the Waterpark and will observe the demonstration below. You can find more details and register to observe that event here: (You must register separately to attend this event)
November 2nd Summit Preliminary Agenda
If you are planning to attend the Training Day (Nov 1st) and the Summit (Nov 2nd) please choose the tickets for each day when you are registering.
WEM has a reserved a block of rooms at the state rate of $82 for both nights (Oct 31st and Nov 1st) of the Summit at the Wilderness Resort, Wisconsin Dells. If you are booking a room for either night please choose the ticket for the night(s) that you need lodging. The Community Preparedness Coordinator will create a rooming list for both nights based off the tickets claimed which will then be provided to the Wilderness. You will need to provide your credit card at check-in. You do not need to call the hotel directly to reserve a room.
Additional Contact information:
Community Preparedness Coordinator/BEOC Coordinator