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Welcome to the Houston Region Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attack Seminar Series

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picture1.pngHouston Seminar Series. The Houston Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attack Program, in conjunction with the City of Houston, will host a series of seminars addressing various aspects of Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attacks (CCTA) and Active Attacks from December 2021 to April 2022.

The seminars consist of a series of presentations by former operators involved in response efforts to CCTA and Active Shooter Incidents. Speakers will provide a synopsis and timeline of the incidents and further discuss best practices and lessons learned.

The seminars begin no later than 8:30 am (Central) and may extend to 5:30 pm (Central) that same afternoon. There will be a 90- minute lunch break for attendees to eat off-site

Seminar Schedule:

Jan 14, 2022



Threat Assessment and Coordination

[ Attachements: Agenda

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Jan 25, 2022 


Medical and Behavioral Health and Community Recovery

[ Attachements: Agenda ]

Feb 17, 2022




Emergency Public Information and Warning

[Attachements: Agenda,

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Feb 25, 2022


Hospital Surge and Security

[ Attachements: Agenda,

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Mar 2, 2022



Emergency Medical Services and Rescue Task Force

[Attachments: Agenda

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Mar 9, 2022



Scene Security, Coordination, & Operational Communication

[Attachements: Agenda,

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Mar 23/24, 2022



Family Assistance Centers and Planning Workshop

[Attachements: Agenda,

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Apr 13, 2022 


Emerging or Unexpected Threats

 [Attachements: Agenda,

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Location. All seminars will be held at the Harris County Department of Education, 6300 Irvington Boulevard, Houston, Texas.   Parking is free.

Registration. Those interested must register in advance at   Admission is free.

Funding. Funding for the seminar series is provided by a U.S. Department of Homeland Security Grant: Unified Regional Response to a Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attack.

kevin_clement_v2-002.jpgThe seminars will be conducted by Kevin Clement, Executive Director, Strategic Partnerships, of the University of Houston’s College of Technology and the Borders, Trade, and Immigration Institute (BTI Institute), a Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence.

Contact Information

Kevin Clement,
Executive Director Strategic Partnerships,
University of Houston College of Technology,,
713.743.1676 (office)