PoliceOne is applying for the grant described below. This project will create a well-needed resource for Law Enforcement and First Responders in the fight against terrorism. We are asking for your help in supporting our application.
Please take a moment and send us a quick couple of sentences as a reference. We want to pass these references on to the MIPT to prove our dedication to Law Enforcement and First Responders. We also want to demonstrate our commitment to providing technology and sharing information. Please state why PoliceOne would be a great candidate for this grant. The support of our members will be important in building this resource and making it a success. Please send your reference to CustomerService@PoliceOne.com
Thank you from all of us at PoliceOne.
The Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism (MIPT) is a non-profit institution whose mission is to deter and prevent terrorism on U.S. soil or mitigate its results. Numerous counterterrorism commission reports and surveys of emergency responders and managers have cited a need for sharing counterterrorism best practices and lessons learned. MIPT has made the creation of this capability one of its major strategic goals.
In this solicitation, MIPT invites applicants to submit a proposal package to develop, test and establish best practices/lessons learned knowledge databases to be accessed through the World Wide Web or access controlled portals. The best practices and lessons from actual terrorist experiences and training exercises need to be collected, processed, analyzed and disseminated to all officials who have counterterrorism responsibilities.
The events of September 11, 2001 have made this endeavor urgent and MIPT desires to provide this much needed capability as expeditiously as possible. MIPT intends for this best practices/lessons learned repository to become a national resource with an indefinite duration and believes that it will receive full support and cooperation from federal agencies.