Anti-terreurmaatregelen Boston Marathon 2016

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Reactie #1 Gepost op: 16 april 2016, 16:29:36
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FRAMINGHAM (CBS) — Dozens of organizations participated in a Boston Marathon operational exercise Monday at the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Framingham.

For several hours, emergency and municipal leaders worked together on different scenarios at the MEMA bunker on Worcester Road in Framingham. More than 200 people from at least 50 local, regional, state and law enforcement agencies took part in the exercise.

http://boston.cbslocal.com/2016/04/11/mema-boston-marathon-drill-framingham/?cid=twitter_cbsboston

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If You See Something, Say Something -Call 911 to report suspicious activity mass.gov/seesomething #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/tOasfOA1f5

http://www.mass.gov/eopss/agencies/mema/emergencies/terrorism/seesaysomethingsaysomething.html

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Reactie #3 Gepost op: 17 april 2016, 14:50:02
This is a guest blog post from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA).

The 120th running of the Boston Marathon will be held on Patriot’s Day, Monday, April 18, 2016. This year, 30,000 registered participants will run the 26.2-mile course, which starts in Hopkinton and passes through Ashland, Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, Newton, and Brookline before culminating at the finish line on Boylston Street in Boston. Up to 1 million spectators will line the streets to watch this year’s marathon.

Local, regional, state, and federal public safety partners have collaborated to develop a comprehensive, layered safety and security plan that maintains the traditional family-oriented character and environment of this historic event.

Public safety officials ask spectators to follow reasonable and commonsense guidelines when traveling to the area and cheering on the runners along the marathon course. These guidelines will help ensure a safe and secure day:

1. Spectators watching the 2016 Boston Marathon from anywhere along the 26.2-mile course should expect a significant presence of uniformed and plainclothes police officers. Spectators approaching viewing areas on the course may be asked to pass through security checkpoints, and law enforcement officers or contracted private security personnel may ask to inspect bags and other items. Spectators are asked NOT to carry backpacks, other over-the-shoulder bags, or bulky items. In addition, spectators should not bring weapons, suitcases, coolers, glass containers, large packages, costumes, or other props to the course. For a complete list of items that should be left at home, see the Policies for 2016 Boston Marathon Spectators and Participants.

2. Spectators who must carry personal items with them are encouraged to use clear plastic bags to do so, which will enhance public safety and speed security screening. In all cases, spectators should keep their personal items under their immediate control at all times.

3. The Boston Athletic Association (BAA) and all public safety agencies supporting the Boston Marathon encourage the public to actively participate in the “See Something, Say Something” campaign. Spectators should be aware of their surroundings and report suspicious behavior, activity, or items to the closest law enforcement officer or by calling 9-1-1.

4. MEMA and the BAA are partnering to ensure that runners and spectators receive important information in a timely manner. Spectators are encouraged to download the MEMA Massachusetts Alerts app, which provides real-time emergency notifications and public safety information to Android smartphones and iPhones. During the Boston Marathon, MEMA will use Massachusetts Alerts to share public safety updates, including severe weather and emergency information, with runners and spectators.

5. The entire route of the Boston Marathon will be a “No Drone Zone.” The public is advised NOT to operate any type of drone (unmanned aerial vehicle) over or near the course or anywhere within sight of runners or spectators.

For information and updates on the day of the race, download Massachusetts Alerts and follow MEMA on Twitter (@MassEMA).

MEMA will use Massachusetts Alerts app at the #BostonMarathon to share public safety info pic.twitter.com/KrF9vIhjqI



http://www.mass.gov/eopss/agencies/mema/be-prepared/be-informed/massachusetts-alerts.html




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Reactie #5 Gepost op: 17 april 2016, 15:23:07
Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
City of Boston Traffic and Parking Advisory: Boston Marathon Weekend 2016

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City of Boston Traffic and Parking Advisory: Boston Marathon Weekend, Saturday, April 16 through Monday, April 18, 2016

April 17, 2016


The Boston Marathon will be held on Monday, April 18, 2016. The race will result in street closures and traffic detours in Boston’s Back Bay and in the surrounding area. Parking restrictions will be in place as well. Those coming into the City of Boston for the day are strongly encouraged not to drive their personal vehicles. Detailed information on Hubway, the regional bike share system, may be found at http://www.thehubway.com/ , and real time bike availability may also be obtained by downloading the spotcycle app on your smart phone. Information on the MBTA may be found at http://www.mbta.com/. For a faster return trip, the MBTA advises riders to purchase a round-trip rather than a one-way ticket.

In the interest of public safety and traffic management, Boston’s Police and Transportation Departments may make changes to the following traffic restrictions and parking regulations as necessary. It is important that drivers pay close attention to all posted signs and variable message boards.

http://bpdnews.com/news/2016/4/17/jken81tae5pozq0jboavgvcof08jyk


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Reactie #6 Gepost op: 17 april 2016, 15:31:04
City of Boston OEM @ReadyBoston 23h
OEM and liaisons from city and state agencies staff Boston's Emergency Operation Center for Pre-Marathon events.




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Earlier this morning, Sunday April 17, 2016, while the final preparations were being made in anticipation of the 120th running of the Boston Marathon, a new element was introduced in a ceremony near the finish line.  This year, three thin blue lines will be painted on the final stretch of the race on Boylston Street.  In the law enforcement community, the thin blue line is symbolic of the role police officers play by separating good from evil in society.  With that in mind, there was no better person to help paint the very first of these new lines than our own Commissioner Evans.  Later today, a professional crew will finish the job and tomorrow’s runners will see a clear path to the finish as they make that final left turn at Hereford Street.  Best wishes to all of the runners – and good luck to all of the officers who will take their place along the route tomorrow, forming their own thin blue line across the Commonwealth to ensure the safety and security of the best road race in the world.



http://bpdnews.com/news/2016/4/17/commissioner-evans-helps-paint-new-thin-blue-lines-on-boylston-street-before-the-running-of-the-2016-boston-marathon


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Reactie #8 Gepost op: 17 april 2016, 22:18:59
Boston Fire Dept. @BostonFire 20m
Our Haz Mat 1 Command truck & Mobile Command truck in position at Copley Square for 120th Marathon pic.twitter.com/DgfaPl5wbq



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Reactie #9 Gepost op: 18 april 2016, 17:39:49
Go inside the MEMA bunker http://www.hulpverleningsforum.nl/index.php?topic=95825.0

Brookline PD @BrooklineMAPD
Barricades are up along the course. Most crossing are closed. Large intersections will be open for a while. pic.twitter.com/GuBsrfmxOY



Boston Marathon @bostonmarathon
Runners pass through gear check on their way to the Hopkinton busses. They'll be back. #BostonMarathon #RunBold pic.twitter.com/f8ywaeh9MV



Boston Marathon @bostonmarathon
Now: buzzing, later: roaring. #BostonMarathon #boston2016 #runbold pic.twitter.com/vF4GUgpruP



The Multi-Agency Coordination Center (MACC) @MassEMA is operational for the #bostonmarathon. pic.twitter.com/TMqHtTzPcX



Over 220 representatives for 50+ local, state, federal, private & volunteer agencies are coordinating operations @MassEMA #bostonmarathon

Spectators are reminded that crossing sides of the marathon route will be limited or prohibited along course.

Our biggest security partner at the #BostonMarathon is the public. If you See Something, Say Something #SeeSay

Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafetyTip: Please leave the backpacks at home. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated. Looking forward to a great race!!!

Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafetyTip: Public safety is a team sport. So, if you see something suspicious, say something. Looking forward to a great race!!!

Karen Anderson @karenreports
Security Teams by the Finish Line @bostonpolice @NashuaPolice K9 #wcvb pic.twitter.com/YwKGmtbqMD



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafetyTip: Security checkpoints will limit pedestrian travel. Your patience is greatly appreciated. Let's have a great race!!!

Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafety: Our officers looking forward to safeguarding the greatest marathon in the world!!! pic.twitter.com/O5ShHDceor



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafety: To all the officers - from Hopkinton to Boston - safeguarding today's race, we say: "Thank you." pic.twitter.com/Y673kUs6O4



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafetyTip: Public safety's a team sport. So if you see something suspicious, say something to our officers. pic.twitter.com/tiCQMOcqKw



Boston Med Center EM @BMCEmergency
Team BMC ready to take care of #BostonMarathon athletes! #bmcEM #BostonStrong #BostonMarathon2016 pic.twitter.com/4ZluKFglen



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
Per Commissioner Evans: "Please leave backpacks, large bags, coolers at home. We appreciate your cooperation. It's a great day for a run."

Karen Anderson @karenreports
Nico - a member of @bostonpolice Bomb Squad - working by the Finish Line. #BostonMarathon #wcvb pic.twitter.com/ScO9kmijvX



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafetyTip: If a viewing area gets too congested/crowded, pedestrian travel will be limited. Your cooperation is much appreciated.

Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafetyTip: All Boston streets in and around the @bostonmarathon  are now closed. Motorists should seek alternate routes.

Ashland MA Police @AshlandPolice
A look inside of the MEMA bunker, where there is a representative from each Police Department on the course. pic.twitter.com/RxriB2Tinx



Local police, fire & EMS representatives from all 8 #BostonMarathon communities at @MassEMA for race coordination.

Brookline PD @BrooklineMAPD
Our partners @FallonAmb getting their briefing @massmedic1980 pic.twitter.com/DC6iigDagl



Ashland MA Police @AshlandPolice
Sgt. Burman is representing the Ashland Police Department in the MEMA bunker for the #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/7ay0dIebSw



Brookline PD @BrooklineMAPD
Thank you to the Red Cross! Volunteers on stand-by on the course pic.twitter.com/5eHYiyl4z8



Joe Mavro @massmedic1980
@FallonAmb paramedics from P10, P5 and P67 ready for the marathon. @BrooklineMAPD @BrooklineFD @TownofBrookline pic.twitter.com/KCvMShdztE



Town of Brookline @TownofBrookline
Yes, we have to say this: Please DO NOT use social media to report suspicious activity, crimes, or emergencies. Always call 911!

Boston EMS @BOSTON_EMS
@BOSTON_EMS members reporting for assignments. #bostonmarathon2016 pic.twitter.com/xd45igiXdX



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafetyTip: Public safety's a team sport. So if you see something suspicious, say something to our officers. pic.twitter.com/ubij96dZfT



At 9:50 AM, 2 National Guard Blackhawk helicopters will fly over #BostonMarathon starting line #Hopkinton & entire course @TheNationsFirst

Boston EMS @BOSTON_EMS
@BOSTON_EMS bike team ready to provide medical assistance along the route in Boston. #bostonmarathon2016 pic.twitter.com/qPzuqwLiF1



Boston Fire Dept. @BostonFire
Incident Command for BFD Marathon Operations. Close to 200 Boston firefighters staffing this event pic.twitter.com/8UZvYmfPYV



Brookline PD @BrooklineMAPD
Everyone is in place @MassEMA @FallonAmb @massmedic1980 @CambridgeMAFire @BrooklineFD @Ktmont @CambridgePolice pic.twitter.com/AaAUE9lWys



Boston Fire Dept. @BostonFire
Specialized teams trained in tech rescue, haz mat, civic unrest and mass decon among those working today.

MEMA's Mobile Emergency Ops Center (MEOC) in #Brookline to support #BostonMarathon w/ @BrooklineMAPD & @BrooklineFD

Boston Fire Dept. @BostonFire
In addition, there are a large number of firefighters on walking patrol to check out incidents.

Boston Fire Dept. @BostonFire
Goal is to keep fire apparatus off of the marathon route. We stage apparatus on either side of course for quick deployment

Boston Marathon @bostonmarathon
The finish line awaits. #BostonMarathon #boston2016 #runbold pic.twitter.com/ICXCVoD2lL



Boston Fire Dept. @BostonFire
Copley Plaza pic.twitter.com/T9pWeNiqjh



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafety: #BPD and its law enforcement partners maintain watchful eye on marathon safety issues from BPD HQ. pic.twitter.com/z4mrnqW51Q







Boston Fire Dept. @BostonFire
Keep in mind that what we are doing is being repeated in 7 other cities and towns. Estimated 5,000 1st responders on duty

Fallon Ambulance @FallonAmb
Fallon Marathon Strike Team 1 in position. pic.twitter.com/TzpRerX4Of



Cambridge Police @CambridgePolice
10:36 Report of possible SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE at /  BRISTOL ST & MARKET ST in #CambMA

Boston Fire Dept. @BostonFire
Haz Mat 1 communications staffed by Fire Alarm Dispatchers pic.twitter.com/PbD1RHTpDf



Mass General Heart @MGHHeartHealth
Best of luck to all running the #BostonMarathon today! #MGH cardiologist Dr. Aaron Baggish will be watching over the medical tent.

Fallon Ambulance @FallonAmb
Fallon EMS Bike Team ready in #Brookline for Boston Marathon. pic.twitter.com/QyfHM9DoDz



Boston EMS @BOSTON_EMS
@BOSTON_EMS is ready to serve. #bostonmarathon2016 pic.twitter.com/zXeC5JY0gK