For information and insight about homeland security.
To help inform and give insight into the many agencies working towards Homeland Security, links to various online newsletters from the state level to the federal level are listed on this page. Each publication is updated regularly, so the information may change as you come back to this page.
The Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board has 11 members. Customers of the state's workforce development system – business and labor – make up a majority of its membership. Directors of key state agencies providing education, employment, and training services also serve on the Board.
The chair and members who represent business and labor are appointed by the Governor. The member representing targeted populations is appointed by the chair. Board decisions are reached through a collaborative process involving business and labor customers of the workforce development system, and the public and private agencies that make up the system.
This newsletter is full of information about emergency and disaster response information from around the state. The articles communicate information sharing at the local and federal levels.
Each publication has an index of articles that cover everything from statewide coordination and strategies, to urban programs, marine terrorism response, transit issues, FBI programs, guidebooks for emergency response and preparedness, incident response, law enforcement and security and preparedness goals to name a few.
This newsletter is published bi-monthly.
Updates on homeland security and bio terrorism from the National Governors Association. This news format is a compilation of how the governors of the states coordinate emergency preparedness with the support of the federal government to effectively address natural disasters, accidents and other major emergencies including terrorist incidents.
There is news from the states, identity theft law updates, counter terrorism news, security in schools, information about immigration, governors' reports and press releases.
This newsletter is published weekly.
The Center for State Homeland Security news site is a national resource dedicated to supporting state and local governments as they carry out their crucial role in Homeland Security. The articles give information relevant to the nation at all levels of government and the private sector.
The Center is structured as a nonprofit collaboration among Homeland Security practitioners to jointly address state Homeland Security issues where scientific, technical and analytical expertise is required.
The items of interest are articles about nuclear protection, national icons, rail safety and other areas of national interest. The news site is constantly updated.
News stories of interest to First Responders, Citizens, Business, Government and Employees.
The press releases are updated every day.
The Center of Excellence for International Trade, Transportation and Logistics was established at Highline Community College in March 2007.
These Centers serve as primary vehicles for the sector approach to economic development. Because they represent all community and technical colleges in Washington State they provide educational efficiencies and are able to respond quickly and efficiently to industry's changing needs.
The National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies (NWCET) is an
NSF Advanced Technology Education Center in Information Technology
located at Bellevue Community College, in Bellevue, Washington.
Volume 1, Issue 1, Fall 2006 Center of Excellence Allied Health Newsletter. Updated Quarterly. Allied Health Center of Excellence is located in Yakima, Wa.
Construction Center of Excellence Ground Floor Newsletter
Ground floor at the Pierce County Construction Partnership.
Agriculture Center of Excellence Newsletter
The Washington Military Department Emergency Management Division's Website provides you with useful and relevant information in regards to Homeland Security.
Setracon Inc. Holiday Newsletter
Washington Superintendent of Public Schools - http://www.k12.wa.us/safetycenter
News updates on legislative and non-legislative issues issues involving school safety.
IACLEA, the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators - Membership E-Newsletter
IACLEA Members: The membership is composed of colleges, universities and secondary schools throughout the United States, Canada, and other countries as well as individual campus law enforcement directors and staff, criminal justice faculty members, municipal chiefs of police, companies offering campus law enforcement products and services, and individuals who support professionalism in campus law enforcement administration.
Their membership includes a subscription to their informational e-newsletter.
ICHS, The Integrative Center for Homeland Security at Texas A&M University - Subscribe to free E-Newsletter
Hear It Now
The weekly audio newsletter from the Integrative Center for Homeland Security. "Hear It Now" is a new concept in e-newsletters for the homeland security community. It is an audio newsletter, giving you instant access each week to six to eight interviews with key leaders at the federal, state and local levels of government, plus senior leaders in the private sector, academic community, and national press.
The newsletter arrives in your email weekly. It is free and we do not share our subscriber database with anyone.
PreventionED - Safe and Supportive Schools News
The purpose of this listserv is to provide an information outlet for the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program and is available to the public. The content includes a newsletter, legislation, other Federal Programs grant opportunities.
Center of Excellence Homeland Security, Pierce College, 9401 Farwest Drive S.W., Lakewood, WA 98498-1999