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In Public Safety is an American Military University (AMU) sponsored blog that features analysis and commentary on issues relating to emergency medical services, fire services, emergency management, law enforcement and national intelligence.
This blog features in-depth discussions authored by leading experts with decades of experience in their field.
While our roots are in the military, American Military University’s student body is largely comprised not only of military personnel, but of those actively engaged in the fields of fire service, emergency management, law enforcement, intelligence and national security.
AMU has developed strategic relationships with key influencer organizations such as the International Association of Emergency Managers, FBI National Academy Associates, International Association of Chiefs of Police, International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts, and the American Correctional Officers not only to further its credibility within these professions, but to offer those who work within them useful information so they can be better prepared for advancement and leadership opportunities.
For more information concerning AMU educational offerings, including degree, certificate and leadership programs for emergency medical and fire service professionals, please reach out to Anthony Mangeri, AMU’s resource for the field, at AMangeri@apus.edu.
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Why responders should join a state incident management team– 1
A firefighter relates her experiences responding to Hurricane Michael in southwest Georgia
Should stricter standards be in place for disaster funds?–
Exploring emergency management solutions to the continual upward trend in government response and recovery spending
How implementing command structure improves EMS response– 1
EMS organizations can benefit from adopting the fire service model of a command structure as part of their response strategy
Treating depression with transcranial magnetic stimulation–
It’s important to know that there are other treatment options available that can help improve mental health
How children of first responders can benefit from counseling–
Counseling provides a welcoming space for children to discuss worries and share experiences unique to being in a first responder family
Family counseling: Keeping bonds strong–
First responder families face unique stressors, which can be overcome with the help of a professional family counselor
Responding to the growing number of hate crimes–
Anticipating potential targets, and preplanning a coordination and communication plan are keys to an organized response
9 questions you may have about medication for PTSD, anxiety or depression–
Medication can be extremely effective in helping first responders recover and regain a healthy balance
Enduring grief: Coping with first responder loss–
Firefighters, paramedics and EMTs, though accustomed to death, need to process grief when losing someone close to them
What you need to know about first responder counseling–
Ask your counselor these questions to understand confidentiality and their understanding of first responder culture
National EMS Memorial to honor first responders–
Legislation recognizes and remembers first responder line of duty deaths
Tree of Life synagogue shooting shows need for TEMS teams–
Tactical emergency medical support medics were able to get to victims of the Pittsburgh shooting quickly and render aid
Beyond borders: Emergency response services and MCIs–
What the U.S. can learn from other countries about emergency response to terrorist events
Changing the political climate to recognize first responders–
First responders often feel underappreciated in the public sector
How cardiovascular check-ups save firefighter lives–
Decrease your risk of cardiovascular disease and line-of-duty death with these steps to stay firefighter ready to protect your community
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