Presentations

"A Simple Decision Model for Managing the Movement of Building Occupants During Fire Emergencies"

Christian Regenhard Center for Emergency Response Studies (RaCERS)
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Norman E. Groner, PhD,
John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York.

“Toward a Program of First Responder-based Disaster Research.”

Charles R. Jennings PhD
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MIFireE, CFO John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY)
New York, NY,

“Fear and Loathing on the Front Lines: A Look at Disaster from the First Responder Perspective.”

Mark D. Chubb
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MPP MIFireE
Portland State University, Oregon

“The Case for First-Responder-Based Research.”

Glenn Corbett
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MEng, PE
John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY), New York, NY

Proposal for a Cross-Discipline, Academic-Based Approach to After Action Reporting and Lessons Learned for Public Safety Responders

Charles R. Jennings PhD
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Presented April 27, 2010 to the US Department of Homeland Security Responder Technology (R-Tech) User Working Group Meeting.

Academy for Critical Incident Analysis/Christian Regenhard Center for Emergency Response Studies Conference:
The Symposium on Critical Incident Analysis.
Excerpt of proceedings of “Framing” Conference, held October 2008 in conjunction with the Academy for Critical Incident Analysis, held in New York at John Jay College, www.aciajj.org/index.html. This event was designed to define the need for and mission of the Center, as well as pose challenges to an academic engagement with the subject of first responder policy-directed research.