Recently, Mr. Michael Crane, Esq., Executive Vice President and General Counsel of IPC International Corporation, was elected to The Lake-Cook Region Critical Incident Partnership (LCRCRP) as a Director for the Private Sector.Organized in 2007, The LCRCRP is a consortium of local businesses and emergency response agencies in Lake and Cook Counties in northeastern Illinois. The group is one of several Critical Incident Protocol (CIP) groups around the country that have grown out of a program at Michigan State University funded by the United States Department of Homeland Security.
The focus of the organization is to share best practices and lessons learned to improve the collective ability of the public and private sectors to respond to critical incidents in our community. Training and exercising emergency plans and learning about mutual strengths and weaknesses enable LCRCRP to build a stronger response network, which improves the overall preparedness for any hazard or critical emergency in the region.
The Critical Incident Protcol (CIP) Community Facilitation Program is the founding program for The Lake-Cook Region Critical Incident Partnership.
IPC International Corporation is a nationwide security services provider protecting people and assets. Since 1978, it has partnered with local, national and international organizations to address challenging security demands across a broad range of environments, including government installations, office complexes, shopping malls, hotels, hospitals, downtown business districts, and public parks. Visit www.ipcinternational.com for more information.