PAST ISSUES OF Emergency Management Magazine

September 2013

7 Ways the Response to a Devastating Earthquake Has Changed

How emergency response would be different than it was 24 years ago following the Loma Prieta earthquake.

Departments

Surges are the Overlooked Storm Threat — But Not for Much Longer

Efforts are under way to improve storm surge warnings and demystify the nature of these events to the public.

Active Shooter Workshop Teaches Communities to Win, not Survive

The University of California at Davis Police Department works to educate community organizations and members on how to react to an active shooter scenario.

How San Francisco International Airport Stays Secure

Henry Thompson, associate deputy airport director of Operations and Security, discusses SFO's approach to security and training.

How You Can Lead Without Authority (Opinion)

The key for emergency management professionals is gaining and maintaining relationships.

Why Emergency Managers Shouldn’t Alienate Preppers (Opinion)

A prepper’s take on how emergency managers can build relationships and work with members of the prepper community.

Columns

Emergency Management Named Magazine of the Year (Column)

We thank you for your interest and support.

How You Can Lead Without Authority (Opinion)

The key for emergency management professionals is gaining and maintaining relationships.

Why Emergency Managers Shouldn’t Alienate Preppers (Opinion)

A prepper’s take on how emergency managers can build relationships and work with members of the prepper community.

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