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9780398070915

Weapons of Mass Destruction : Response and Investigation

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  • ISBN13:

    9780398070915

  • ISBN10:

    0398070911

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-12-01
  • Publisher: Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd
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Table of Contents

Preface vii
The Threat
3(8)
Where
4(1)
Potential Targets
5(1)
How
6(1)
Methods of Delivery/Attack
6(3)
Availability of Materials and Information
9(1)
Who
10(1)
Awareness
11(17)
Chemical Agents
11(2)
Nerve Agents
12(1)
Blister Agents
12(1)
Blood Agents
12(1)
Choking Agents
13(1)
Incapacitating Agents
13(1)
Biological Agents
13(1)
Toxins
14(1)
Bacteria
14(1)
Rickettsia
14(1)
Viruses
14(1)
Recognition of an Incident
14(1)
Start the Investigation at the First ``Positive'' Indication
15(2)
Signs and Symptoms
17(4)
Recognition of Materials
21(5)
Recognition of Devices
26(2)
First Responder Actions
28(8)
Recognition
28(1)
Notification
29(1)
Putting the ``Plan'' in to Action
29(1)
Scene Security
29(5)
Who Will Be Allowed in What Areas
34(1)
Document Personnel at the Scene
34(2)
Personal Protection
36(8)
Protective Actions
37(1)
Routes of Entry
37(1)
Respiratory Protection
38(2)
Air-Purifying Respirator
38(1)
Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus
39(1)
Supplied-Air Respirator
40(1)
Chemical Protective Clothing
40(4)
Level A
42(1)
Level B
42(1)
Level C
42(1)
Level D
43(1)
Law Enforcement Response
44(8)
Scene Assessment
44(4)
Secure the Site
48(1)
Limiting the Spread of the Hazard
48(1)
Begin Aiding the Injured
49(1)
Initiate the Criminal Investigation
49(1)
Assist Other Agencies in Performing Their Duties
50(1)
The Restoring of Order and Public Confidence
51(1)
Handling the Victims
52(5)
Aiding the Injured
52(2)
Gross Decontamination
54(1)
Secondary Contamination
55(2)
Incident Management
57(14)
Incident Command System Components
58(5)
Common Terminology
58(1)
Modular Organization
59(1)
Integrated Communications
59(1)
Unified Command
60(1)
Consolidated Action Plans
61(1)
Manageable Span of Control
61(1)
Designated Incident Facilities
62(1)
Comprehensive Resource Management
63(1)
Functional Roles
63(5)
Incident Commander
63(1)
Operations
64(1)
Planning
65(1)
Logistics
66(1)
Finance
67(1)
Command Staff
68(1)
Safety Officer
68(1)
Liaison Officer
68(1)
Information Officer
68(1)
The Command Post
69(2)
Sources of Assistance
71(3)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
71(1)
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
71(1)
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
72(1)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
72(1)
U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
72(1)
Department of Defense (DOD)
73(1)
Tactical Operations in a Hot Zone
74(6)
Equipment
76(2)
Weapons
78(1)
Training
78(2)
Planning Considerations
80(13)
LEPC Plan
81(1)
Vulnerability Assessment
82(1)
Existing Capabilities
83(1)
Determining Your Equipment Needs
84(3)
Equipment
84(1)
Response Equipment
85(1)
Investigative Equipment
85(1)
Specialized Equipment
86(1)
Investigation Plans
87(1)
The Investigation Team
87(1)
Who Will Gather the Evidence
88(1)
Inter-Agency Planning
88(1)
Training Considerations
89(4)
Who Will Be Trained
90(1)
Joint Investigative and Response Personnel Training
90(1)
Available Resources
91(1)
Making the Training Practical
91(1)
Refresher Training
92(1)
Post-Incident Operations
93(4)
Critique
93(1)
Re-Assessing Training Needs
94(1)
Re-Assessing Equipment Needs
94(1)
Re-Assessing Plans and Procedures
95(1)
Post-Incident Stress Debriefing
95(1)
Medical Screening and Surveillance
96(1)
Preparing for the Criminal Investigation
97(7)
Personnel Training
98(4)
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
98(1)
Emergency Response to Hazardous Substance Release
98(1)
Respiratory Protection
99(1)
Recognition, Evaluation and Control of Ionizing Radiation
99(1)
Confined Space Entry
99(1)
Industrial Toxicology
99(1)
Biohazard
99(1)
United States Environmental Protection Agency
99(1)
Advanced Environmental Crimes Training Program
99(1)
Sampling for Hazardous Matrials
100(1)
Air Monitoring for Hazardous Materials
100(1)
Hazardous Materials Incident Response Operations
101(1)
Emergency Response to Hazardous Material Incidents
101(1)
Radiation Safety at Superfund Sites
102(1)
The Equipment
102(1)
Standard Operating Procedures
103(1)
The Crime Scene
104(3)
Arrival Procedures
104(3)
Photography and Videotape
105(1)
Crime Scene Interviews
106(1)
Victims' Personal Effects
106(1)
The Investigative Team
107(4)
Crime Scene Coordinator
108(1)
The Safety Officer
108(1)
The Safety Team
108(1)
Decontamination Team
109(1)
Emergency Medical Assistance
109(1)
The Sample Team
109(1)
The Laboratory Team
109(1)
Hot Zone Investigation Team
110(1)
Gathering Evidence in a Hot Zone
111(7)
Equipment and Procedures
111(4)
The Crime Scene Notes
115(3)
Sampling for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Evidence
118(43)
The Sampling Plan
119(1)
Chemical Evidence
119(1)
Chemical Evidence Gathering
119(16)
Trip Blanks
120(1)
Field Blanks
120(2)
Glove Changes
122(1)
Representative Samples
122(1)
Control Samples
122(1)
Sampling Equipment and Containers for Chemical Evidence
122(3)
Sampling for Chemical Agent Precursors
125(1)
Sampling for a Suspected Chemical Agent
126(1)
Liquids and Solids
126(1)
Victims'/Suspects' Personal Items
126(1)
Gases/Aerosols
127(1)
Surface and Dermal Sampling
128(4)
Sampling for Degradation Products
132(1)
Chemical Evidence Quality Control
132(1)
Labeling and Preserving Chemical Evidence
133(2)
Storage of the Chemical Evidence
135(1)
Biological Evidence
135(11)
Biological Evidence Gathering: Bacteria, Viruses and Toxins
137(1)
Equipment Preparation
137(1)
Glove Changes
138(1)
Control Samples
138(1)
Sampling for a Suspected Biological Agent
138(1)
Liquids and Solids
139(1)
Victims'/Suspects' Personal Items
140(1)
Soils
140(1)
Surface and Dermal
140(1)
Bioaerosols
141(4)
Labeling and Preserving Biological Evidence
145(1)
Biological Evidence Storage
146(1)
Radiological Evidence
146(10)
Radiological Evidence Gathering
146(1)
Trip Blanks
147(1)
Glove Changes
147(1)
Control Samples
147(1)
Sampling Equipment and Containers for Radiological Evidence
147(1)
Sampling for a Suspected Radiological Substance
148(1)
Airborne Radioactive Material
149(1)
Solid Sources
149(2)
Soils
151(2)
Surface and Dermal
153(1)
Liquids
154(1)
Radiological Evidence Preservation and Storage
155(1)
Packaging and Shipping of Hazardous Evidence
156(5)
Analysis for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Evidence
161(6)
Hazardous Evidence Analysis: Instrumentation and Methodologies
162(4)
Chemical Evidence Analysis
162(1)
Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry
162(1)
Biological Evidence Analysis
163(1)
Growth Culture Analysis
164(1)
Immunoassay
165(1)
Deoxyribonucleic Acid/Polymerase Chain Reaction - DNA/PCR
165(1)
Radiological Evidence Analysis
166(1)
The Laboratory: Post Analysis
166(1)
Interdiction Techniques
167(12)
Chemical Agents: Manufacturing
167(6)
Precursor Container Tracing
168(5)
Biological Agents: Manufacturing
173(1)
Radiological Devices: Manufacturing
174(2)
Surreptitious Sampling Techniques
176(3)
Remote Air Sampling
176(1)
Remote Liquid Waste Stream Sampling
177(1)
Raman Light Detection and Ranging (Raman LIDAR)
178(1)
Searching the Suspect Facility
179(18)
Determining Goals
179(1)
Equipment Requirements
180(1)
Personnel Requirements
181(1)
The Search Team
181(1)
The Briefing
182(4)
Chain-of-Command
182(1)
Safety Officer
182(1)
Site Investigation Team
183(1)
The Sample Team
183(1)
Type of Facility
183(1)
Suspected Hazards
184(1)
Expected Protection Levels
184(1)
Decontamination Requirements
184(1)
Emergency Medical Requirements
184(1)
The Sampling Operation
184(1)
Site History
185(1)
Photographs
185(1)
Facility Diagram
185(1)
Weather
185(1)
Communications
186(1)
Search Warrant Review
186(1)
The Staging Area
186(1)
Personnel and Equipment Check
186(1)
Operation's Plan Overview
186(1)
The Search
187(10)
Interior Search
187(4)
Exterior Search
191(1)
Post-Search Briefing
192(1)
Sample Point Identification
193(1)
The Sampling Order
193(1)
Chain-of-Custody
194(1)
Pipe Tracing
194(1)
The Prosecutor
195(1)
The Receipt
195(1)
Closing the Scene
195(2)
Appendices 197(10)
Notes 207(6)
Glossary 213(6)
Index 219

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