Active Shooter Workshop – St. Petersburg, FL

In support of Super Bowl LV scheduled for February 2021 in Tampa, FL, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) will be hosting two Full Day Active Shooter Workshops. The first is scheduled for 15 April 2020 at the Bankers Auditorium at Johns Hopkins All – Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, FL.  The second will be on 23 June 2020 at a location to be determined in Tampa. The registration link for the April course went live this morning and is ready for participants to register. You will find the flyer for this initial workshop attached to this email. I ask each of you broadcast this widely with the understanding this workshop is focused on public and private sector partners with limited participation from first responders. The intent of the workshop is to provide partners the tools required to construct a facility Active Shooter Response Plan.

The registration packet can be found by clicking here.

2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Predictions

CSU predictions will be posted in April
NHC predictions will be posted in late May




Public Sector Programs

City of Tampa Hurricane Re-Entry Program

The City of Tampa Hurricane Re-Entry Program is for residents and businesses in the areas most likely to be evacuated during a hurricane event (within Zip Code areas: 33602, 33605, 33606, 33609, 33611, 33616, 33619, 33629 and MacDill Air Force Base 33621 shown on the map). It is designed to make it easier for residents and business representatives to re-enter the area after evacuation orders have been lifted – and to prevent gawkers and potential criminals from entering the area.  For more information, click here.

Secure Florida is an initiative of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Secure Florida’s mission is to protect the citizens and economy of Florida by safeguarding our information systems, reducing our vulnerability to cyberattacks, and increasing our responsiveness to any threat.