PAST ISSUES OF Emergency Management Magazine

March 2014

Mark Ghilarducci of the California Office of Emergency Services

How California’s Mark Ghilarducci Stays in Front of a Host of Threats

As director of the California Office of Emergency Services, Ghilarducci uses every bit of his 30 years of diverse service in the public and private sectors.

Departments

Joplin Used Devastating Tornado to Rebuild with New-Age Schools

Losing 600,000 square feet of educational space devastated Joplin, Mo., schools, but rebuilding provided an opportunity to innovate.

Guide Helps Agencies Plan to Reunite Children with Families after an Emergency

Out of lessons from Katrina and Rita comes a framework for child reunification after a disaster.

New Tool Aids Clery Act Reporting

Web-based reporting tool helps colleges and universities avoid key hurdles with disclosing information about crimes on campuses.

Columns

5 Trends for Emergency Management and Public Safety for 2014 and Beyond

These issues will continue to gain traction and attention in an increasingly complicated world.

Fighting Fires Burns Through Money That Keeps Them from Starting

Wildfires in the U.S. are becoming bigger, more destructive and more frequent. And the extra cost of putting them out comes straight from the budget for fire prevention.

‘Asymmetric’ Helps Define Disaster Resilience (Column)

What does it really mean to obtain disaster resilience, and what does resilience look and feel like?

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