As coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads, the risk of exposure for emergency responders steadily increases. Daniel Linskey, Managing Director in the Security Risk Management practice of Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, spoke to The Washington Post after a dozen firefighters and emergency medical technicians were quarantined following a visit to a home where a man tested positive for COVID-19.
In the article, “A dozen firefighters in Maryland self-quarantined after potential exposure to coronavirus,” Daniel states that law enforcement agencies should reconsider their typical protocol for responding to calls that are not emergencies, commenting, “Do we need to roll police to homes to take a burglary report, or can it just be taken over the phone?”
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Security Risk Management
Helping clients anticipate/respond to a myriad of facility, operational and employee security challenges.
Services include assessments, plan designs, drills and emergency security services.
Identify weaknesses in existing business continuity planning along with recommendations to improve.
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Crisis Management and Emergency Response
On-site assistance for any emergency including natural disasters, violent political activity, etc.
Crisis Management and Emergency Response Plans
Organize, draft and implement emergency preparedness and action plans and procedures.
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