"POCONO FLASH" Prevention & Protection Tabletop Exercise for the Pocono Raceway (NASCAR)
March 26, 2015 - Monroe County Emergency Management Agency

NCCHT 022.JPGMonroe County Emergency Management Agency Homeland Security prepared a mass gathering, sports venue table top exercise involving several multi-threat scenarios including planned disruptions, active shooters and a possible bio attack for Pocono Raceway officials and area first responders. With close to 60 in attendance at the Monroe County Emergency Management Agency in Stroudsburg, the exercise covered federal, state, local and private sector prevention, protection and mitigation activities. The purpose of the exercise was to test coordination and inter-operability issues, information sharing capabilities and identify and exercise the decision makers' options open to them as incidents arise which call for planning and deployment of personnel.



Homeland Security Hosts Human Trafficking Symposium:
March 3, 2015 - Villanova University of Pennsylvania

NCCHT 022.JPGHomeland Security hosted a human trafficking symposium for federal, state and local officials and prosecutorsat Villanova University on human trafficking in Pennsylvania.Speakers took our guests through the process of sex and labor trafficking cases from investigation to prosecution providing valuable lessons with regard to recognizing the crime and effectively bringing the defendants to justice.The complexities of language barriers, foreign banking and currency exchange, illegal immigration and foreign government assistance in prosecutions were also addressed.The goal of this event was to provide advanced training and as a result the attendees could more effectively accomplish our strategic objective which is to enhance the interdiction and disruption capability as prescribed within the National Preparedness Goal. For each attorney in attendance theContinuingLegalEducationBoardprovidedsixcontinuingeducationcredithours.Pictured is Zane Memeger, US Attorney-Eastern District of Pennsylvania.



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