COMMUNITY SHELTER PLANNING (CSP): United States. 1981. A component of the Nuclear Civil Protection program. Community Shelter Planning was designed to provide fallout shelter, and in some cases blast shelter where that capability already existed, against nuclear attack in a quickly developing crisis. In this context, quickly developing was described as being within hours or a day. In 1981, 180 million people lived within areas covered by a Community Shelter Plan.
Clanahan, Russell B., “Georgia Tackles Crisis Relocation,” Emergency Management, Volume 1, Number 2, Winter 1981, pp. 2-5.