The 2017 nationwide test will assess the reliability and effectiveness of the EAS, with a particular
emphasis on testing FEMA’s Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS), the integrated
gateway through which common alerting protocol-based (CAP-based) EAS alerts are disseminated to
EAS Participants. The test message will clearly state that the alert is only a test of the EAS. FEMA’s
alert will be transmitted in English and Spanish and include both audio and the text of the test message,
which can be used to populate an accessible video crawl. The primary test date is scheduled for
September 27, 2017, at 2:20 PM EDT. If conditions on the day of the test require the rescheduling of the
test, a secondary test date is scheduled for October 4, 2017. All EAS Participants are required to
participate in this nationwide test.2
The UTA Police Department invites you to attend a 2- day training, highlighting substance abuse among our younger generations. Tall Cop Says Stop is a course for Law Enforcement Officers, Adult and Juvenile Probation and Parole Officers and School Administrators who are dedicated to keeping our community and schools a drug free and safer place to live. In order to prevent substance abuse from affecting our younger adults and youth, we MUST know what is going on in our communities.
Join us to learn about these new trends concerning drugs, alcohol and vapor cigarettes which have recently become very popular. It is vital for all who are involved in law enforcement, prevention and education to understand these sweeping changes in the alcohol and drug culture. This training provides unique information about substance abuse by showcasing over 120 visual aids for participant interaction.