Humanitarian organization which provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. This site includes information about educational programs, such as; CPR/first aid training; blood and tissue donation.
Support for state and local agencies that are a part of the California Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS).
The mission of the California Highway Patrol is to provide the highest level of safety, service, and security to the people of California and to minimize the loss of life, personal injury, and property damage resulting from traffic collisions through enforcement and education. The California Highway Patrol provides service to the public in need of aid or information, and to assist other public agencies when appropriate and to promote the safe and efficient movement of people and goods throughout California, and to minimize exposure of the public to unsafe conditions resulting from emergency incidents and highway impediments. Finally, the CHP collaborate with local, state, and federal public safety agencies to protect California.
California Highway Patrol Amber Alert Page
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) is responsible for statewide coordination of AMBER ALERT and the other emergency response activities associated with a child abduction. The CHP is ready to assist in the recovery of an abducted child with statewide notifications of child abduction information. In this role, the CHP provides law enforcement agencies with assistance in the following areas:
This site is intended to increase the nation's ability to prepare for and respond to public health emergencies.
This site partners with law enforcement, intelligence, military and diplomatic circles to neutralize terrorist cells and operatives in the United States and to help dismantle terrorist networks worldwide.
Develops and delivers emergency management and first responder training programs; coordinates and develops plans, resources and national standards for emergency response operations; develops and coordinates assessments and exercises; oversees community response plans for chemical and nuclear hazards.
Practical information on how families can prepare for any disaster. Hazard-specific safety tips and information about preparedness and protection related to most natural and technological disasters, and terrorism.
The Regional Training Program (RTP) is an innovative collaboration between Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Riverside County Fire/CAL FIRE, Riverside County Department of Public Health and Riverside County Office of Education. A team of seven members from these agencies work together to develop training and programming in a multi-disciplinary, all-hazard approach to Homeland Security.
Not-for-profit organization which supplies training and materials to schools, youth organizations and law enforcement agencies.
Crisis resources, guidelines and materials.
Seeks to increase communication and cooperation between emergency managers and the disability community, and to educate people with disabilities about what they can do to be prepared.
Lead agency to first responders in matters of emergency preparation and disaster responsibility. Emergency power, food, water and supplies. Riverside County Operational Area emergency command, operations and support centers.
Talking with kids about war and violence.
Services focusing on the prevention of threats to environmental health, transmission of communicable disease and substance abuse; treatment for serious mental, emotional and/or substance abuse problems; emergency medical services coordination and disaster planning.
- Emergency Preparedness and Response. Information and guidance on domestic preparation for biological and chemical terrorism. The Riverside County Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Branch works to prepare the County and its health care system to respond to acts of terrorism and other public health emergencies.
- Disease Control. Provides health alerts, advisories and press releases
TSA's Highway and Motor Carrier division is proud to offer the School Bus Drivers "Watch for Suspicious Items and Behaviors" poster. At the bottom of the poster is a section called "Suspicious Reporting Number." Any appropriate reporting number can be written in this section (main dispatch number, local authorities, or state or local terrorist or crime Tips line). Check with your state or local law enforcement officials to see if a reporting tips number exists and write it in the space provided.
Technologies in fire management and suppression; mobilization and tracking systems; support of Federal, State, and internal fire partners.
Information school leaders need to plan for any emergency, including natural disasters, violent incidents and terrorist acts.
The REMS Technical Assistance Center's primary goal is to support schools, school districts, and institutions of higher education in emergency management, including the development and implementation of comprehensive emergency and crisis response plans.
Responsible for border and transportation security; prevention of terrorist activity within the United States; reduction of America's vulnerability to terrorism; minimization of danger from potential attacks and natural disasters; ensuring emergency response professionals are prepared for any threat or situation.
How citizens can plan, prepare and react during a threat or attack.
Chemical emergency preparedness and prevention; oil spill program; emergency response program.
Issues, news, appointments, offices, major speeches.