Tue, April 23 2019, 8:30 AM - Wed, April 24 2019, 5:00 PM [UMST]

5636 E McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ, 85008, United States


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Tue, April 23 2019, 8:30 AM - Wed, April 24 2019, 5:00 PM [UMST]

About the Event


About the Training – Training Objectives:


Understand law enforcement and animal - plant health agency roles, responsibilities, and authorities during an outbreak of an unusual, suspicious, and/or high consequence animal or plant disease incidents


Law enforcement threat assessments, intelligence, and criminal/terrorism investigations


Animal/Plant Health (veterinary and plant disease unusual disease incident epidemiological investigations


Determine if disease introductions are accidental, natural, or intentional (criminal-terrorism-espionage) incidents


Identify assets and capabilities for each discipline


Demonstrate types of information collected by law enforcement and animal/plant health experts and how and when to share it


Discuss best practices for conducting a joint threat assessment, joint investigations, joint interviews, and evidence collection


Develop inter-professional relationships between law enforcement and animal/plant health experts



Who Should Attend:

Public Health and Safety professionals, Police and Fire Investigators, Emergency Managers, Livestock Officers and Inspectors, Forestry Officers, USDA and Department of Agriculture, Veterinarians, food producers, farm and ranch professionals, and anyone who may respond to health, safety and WMD emergencies involving food, dairy or livestock production.




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Federal Bureau of Investigation