Register Here: FY23 TVTP Grant Program Forecast Webinar
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships (CP3) will be hosting three Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (TVTP) forecast webinars for potential applicants to learn about the grant program and CP3’s mission. The presentation will cover a general overview of the program, the types of projects funded, resources that applicants can leverage to complete their applications, and an opportunity to ask questions. Each presentation will cover the same material; please register for the date that works best for your schedule.
Dates/Times: Thursday, January 19, 2023 @ 2:00 pm EST
Friday, January 27, 2023 @ 2:00 pm EST
Tuesday, January 31, 2023 @ 2:00 pm EST
For More Information
Please contact the CP3 grants team at TerrorismPrevention@hq.dhs.gov with any questions. If needed, there is availability to schedule phone/video meetings. Organizations that represent groups of eligible applicants can also request additional webinars, subject to availability.
The 2023 Virginia EMS Symposium Call for Presentations is now open. The Annual Virginia EMS Symposium, scheduled for November 8th through 12th, 2023, is one of the nation’s premier educational opportunities for EMS providers and Registered Nurses to obtain continuing education and network. Each year, more than 1500 registrants choose from over 350 different programs over the 5-day event. National and local educators participate to make this event one of the top pre-hospital educational opportunities in the country. The Symposium has multiple tracks covering Administration, Airway, Respiration, Ventilation, Cardiology, Critical Care, Educator, Heath & Safety, Leadership & Management, Medical, MIH-CP, Operations, Pediatric and Trauma. Sessions generally run 1 hour with the exception of our specialty classes that vary in length from 3 hours up to a total of 24 hours.
For more information and to submit your proposal, visit: Symposium Call for Presentations
On Saturday, November 12, the 2022 Governor’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Award recipients were announced during the 42nd Annual Virginia EMS Symposium and Governor’s EMS Awards ceremony in Norfolk, Virginia. These awards, given in Governor Glenn Youngkin’s name, recognize EMS providers and organizations from across the Commonwealth for their outstanding level of excellence and dedication to the EMS system. Learn more: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/emergency-medical-services/2022-governors-ems-award-recipients-announced-at-42nd-annual-virginia-ems-symposium/
The remnants of Hurricane Nicole are approaching Virginia, and impacts may begin as early as this evening, Thursday through Friday night. Along with wind and rain, there is an increased risk of tornadic activity across the Commonwealth. Please take a few moments and review the Virginia Department of Emergency Management’s (VDEM) page on tornadoes and what to do before and during a tornado:
If you are attending the Virginia Office of EMS Symposium, please make sure that you remain weather aware and are monitoring the weather through your preferred app. The Virginia Office of EMS will notify attendees of the 2022 Virginia EMS Symposium by email and social media if there are any changes to the symposium event schedule.
Now that you have your all-hazards plan in place, it is important to get everyone involved in testing your plan. Everyone from the most senior to the probationary member should participate in plan testing. Everyone is at risk during an emergency or disaster! Get Connected… Stay informed!
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