The community preparedness program was originally designed by retired U.S. Air Force Gen. Maxwell Clay Bailey, who helped plan the U.S. military campaign in Afghanistan. During the first test run of the program in Alexandria, Bailey said the assessment teams tried to look at every feature of a community through the eyes of a terrorist or criminal to spot vulnerabilities in both the private and public sectors. In similar week-long assessments, beginning this month, critical infrastructure, including schools, water plants, roads and city halls, will be evaluated in the 15 cities with an eye toward crime, terror and disaster soft spots. The program is funded by a $2.4 million Kentucky Office of Homeland Security grant and executed through the Department of Criminal Justice Training. Fort Wright Police Chief Dan Kreinest said he welcomed the objective scrutiny of his city.

"We will provide them with a list of potential terror (targets) or problems and the assessment team will go through and spend a week here in Fort Wright and make recommendations to us of improvements we can make," Kreinest said. State officials said teams will use a nationally developed community risk assessment method, which has been modified to meet the needs of smaller Kentucky communities. About $600,000 in funding is also available for suggested improvements, officials said.

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