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Best Practices and Lessons Learned

In 1998, Michigan State University (MSU) began researching local government and business community partnerships for joint critical incident management. The Critical Infrastructure Protocol (CIP) program helped define for public and private sector executives, managers, and stakeholders examples of best practices to assist them with their organizational and community preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery practices. This report contains some examples of best practices/lessons learned taken from the CIP Program, along with other examples from other sources.

The best practices include:

  • Police agency sharing radio equipment with shopping center
  • Two corporations sharing emergency response plans
  • Disaster relief organization guiding a new city emergency management official
  • Retail corporation funding a cold case police investigative squad
There are more best practice examples with explanations.

** Note: This resource is available as a part of the MSU/SEC Business Continuity Working Group.  It is also available at no cost or at a discount to the Council community and strategic alliance partners based upon their level of involvement. Please contact Rob West if you need assistance.

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