Protective Measures In An Active Threat Environment
Recorded On: 03/07/2018
Join Michael Dailey for this overview of considerations for soft target and public gathering security. This session will share resources that help improve business and personal security measures. With the knowledge from this briefing, you will be able to identify methods for improving security measures for active threat situations that affect soft targets and public gatherings, especially when traveling.
Regional Supervisory Outreach Coordinator
Michael Dailey is the regional supervisory outreach coordinator and branch chief of the Outreach Programs Branch of Federal Region VI under the Department of Homeland Security. He works within the region to develop and implement engagement strategies that prioritize efforts to reduce or mitigate region-specific risks. Dailey has served with DHS since 2010, when he worked as a security specialist in the Protective Security Coordination Division. Dailey is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Army, and has worked as part of the Texas Quick Reaction Force in response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. He holds a bachelor’s degree in homeland security from American Military University.