For more information about how you can help watch for suspicious people and activities, please download any of our brochures and other items using the links below:
The Asset Protection and Response System (APRS), originally known as the Critical Incident Site Management (CISM) program, was created to develop a pre-planned, rapid, law enforcement response to school violence situations.
After the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, local officials realized that the methods used to collect data and information for schools could easily be adapted to pre-plan emergency responses for other critical sites and potential terrorist targets within the Greater Kansas City region. Download the brochure»
The KCTEW is currently a partner in the Department of Homeland Security's SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING campaign. These posters may be downloaded, printed and used as a resource to raise public awareness of reporting suspicious activity in the Kansas City area.
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