Results of the third and final wave of a national survey to elicit assessments of state and local response organizations of their activities following 9/11 to improve preparedness to respond to terroristrelated incidents and of federal programs intended to improve preparations and readiness. It also provides information on how state and local agencies are resourcing these activities, how they perceive the roles of the military and National Guard, and their expectations for the Department of Homeland Security.
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Response organizations that perceived a higher threat of terrorism for their jurisdiction were more likely to take action to improve response capabilities than organizations that perceived a lower threat, regardless of whether they had received external funding to support these activities. ¥About the Author:
Rabbi Paul Steinberg is a nationally renowned Jewish educator and a professional staff member at Beit T'Shuvah, the acclaimed recovery center in Los Angeles. Previously a rabbi at Valley Beth Shalom congregation in Encino, California, his books include the three-volume series Celebrating the Jewish Year, which won the National Jewish Book Award.
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