Frederick J. (Fred) Cowie, Ph.D.
Terrorism and HazMat Awareness
Working with Indian Nations
Dr. Cowie, who likes to be called Fred, served for over ten
years with the Disaster and Emergency Services Division of the State
of Montana. Fred acted as Liaison to Indian Nations for Emergency
Management, Liaison to Law Enforcement for Terrorism, HazMat Manager
and Grants Manager. He coordinated the founding of and was Administrative
Assistant for the State Emergency Response Commission (SERC).
Fred also started and managed the Indian Nations HazMat Conference in conjunction
with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. He founded the Montana
Terrorism Conference, as well as the Montana SERC Conference. Fred
has acted as trainer and lecturer for many groups, including the NCAI,
EPA, DOT, FEMA, RMIN, many Indian nations, states, fire departments,
emergency management offices and professional organizations. In 2002-3
he designed the Montana Amber Alert System and developed and managed
the Methamphetamine Conference for the Montana Division of Criminal
Investigation. Fred, as a parent, was the keynote speaker for the
Montana conference of disabled persons, their caregivers and their
Dr. Cowie is available for on-site
training, keynote addresses, lectures and dinner talks at conferences
and meetings. Please click buttons on the left for specifics on class
and lecture topics.