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USCG Strengthen Inter-Agency Security Partnerships

August 17, 2014

  • Chief Petty Officer Bouchard, officer-in-charge at Coast Guard Station Rochester, N.Y., Officer B. Melos, a police officer for the Rochester Police Department and John Cullati, from the Mt. Pleasant Fire Department, all pla
  • Chief Petty Officer Bouchard, officer-in-charge at Coast Guard Station Rochester, N.Y., discusses radio communication channels with a New York State Military Emergency Boat Service boat crew during a Northern Border Initiat
  • Chief Petty Officer Bouchard, officer-in-charge at Coast Guard Station Rochester, N.Y., Officer B. Melos, a police officer for the Rochester Police Department and John Cullati, from the Mt. Pleasant Fire Department, all pla Chief Petty Officer Bouchard, officer-in-charge at Coast Guard Station Rochester, N.Y., Officer B. Melos, a police officer for the Rochester Police Department and John Cullati, from the Mt. Pleasant Fire Department, all pla
  • Chief Petty Officer Bouchard, officer-in-charge at Coast Guard Station Rochester, N.Y., discusses radio communication channels with a New York State Military Emergency Boat Service boat crew during a Northern Border Initiat Chief Petty Officer Bouchard, officer-in-charge at Coast Guard Station Rochester, N.Y., discusses radio communication channels with a New York State Military Emergency Boat Service boat crew during a Northern Border Initiat

 

The Coast Guard participated in a multi-agency Northern Border Initiative exercise to strengthen inter-agency security partnerships in five New York locations, Thursday and Friday.

Approximately 500 people from 20 Federal, State and local agencies, as well as cross-border partners in Canada participated in the exercise.

Capt. Brian Roche, commander of Coast Guard Sector Buffalo, served as lead federal official in the exercise, which was organized by the Monroe County Emergency Management Office. The exercise offered an opportunity to test and develop multi-agency response capabilities, including coordination of surveillance resources and the tactical deployment of forces to counter a security threat.

The Northern Boarder Initiative exercise took place in the major waterways near Buffalo, Niagara, Oswego, and Rochester, New York. The incident command post for the exercise was located in Grand Island, New York.



 
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