Tom Carey, Adjunct Professor in the Emergency and Disaster Management Program at Metropolitan College of New York
NEW YORK, NY- April 19, 2013– Tom Carey, an adjunct professor at the Metropolitan College of New York, where he teaches graduate-level courses to include Constructive Action field work is available to do interviews about emergency disaster response. He specializes in the field of counterterrorism as it relates to crisis and consequence management and currently serves as an emergency planner on Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives issues. He is a certified Incident Command Systems Management Instructor through theCenter ofDomestic Preparedness and FEMA Emergency Management Institute. Tom Carey has obtained both professional and academic training through many organizations to include the Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Secret Service,United StatesArmySergeantsMajorAcademy , The United States Army Military Police School’s Special Reaction Team Course, NYPD Bomb Squad and Counter Terrorism Bureau.
Mr. Carey is a 23-year veteran of the New York City Police Department (NYPD), serving as the course manager for the Chief of Organized Crime’s Training Investigative Review Section and the New York/New Jersey High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Tactical Training Center, prior to his retirement. During his tenure, he was responsible for the administration and certification of all academic, first responder, and tactical response training to include curriculum development for 3,000 NYPD bureau personnel.
He can speak about how to respond during emergency situations such as the Boston Marathon bombings.
Mr. Carey is available for ongoing media coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings.
MCNY Featured on
Professor Chuck Frank live on NY1 with Dean Meminger
Professor Tom Carey live on NY1’s “The Call“
For more information on MCNY’s Emergency and Disaster Management Program, visit
www.mcny.edu/mpa_emergency.php or call 800.33.THINK.
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