Category: Dept. of Homeland Security

NPC: National Preparedness Community Winter Storm Preparedness

View as web page January 23, 2015 The National Preparedness Community The Winter Weather Preparedness Social Media Content Toolkit is now available!  Inside the toolkit, you’ll find content to help you promote winter weather preparedness through your social media channels, including: Winter weather Tweets and Facebook posts. Tips on how to organize a Twitter chat. […]

THREATS: An Update on E.M.P. – Electro-Magnetic Pulse Attacks, online resources, and the FACTS

This evening, I was going to share a post from the OffTheGrid.com website, called “Electro Magnetic Pulse“. The article was a repost, sourced from the author and science fiction writer Duncan Long, written by him in 1989…a period in which he wrote several survival genre books. Well, since Duncan is a friend of mine on […]

DHS: Stop. Think. Connect. April 2014

April 2014 Update IN THIS ISSUE Help Kids Navigate Through Unique Cybersecurity Threats Partner Spotlight: D.A.R.E. Federal Spotlight: Federal Programs to Help Develop a Stronger Cyber Workforce Help Kids Navigate Through Unique Cybersecurity Issues The Internet can provide children with many benefits, including greater access to educational tools and greater connection with peers and family. […]

PREPS: Do You Know the History of CERT?

      View as web page April 10, 2014 The National Preparedness Community Member Spotlight Introducing Nicholas Herold Nicholas’ passion for emergency preparedness has been a part of both his professional and personal life for many years.   He is a member of the Medical Reserve Corps, a community of trained volunteers who provide and support public health services, […]

DISASTERS: CNCS Disaster Brief Update: April 14, 2014

CNCS Disaster Brief Update: April 14, 2014 Missoula, Montana Avanlanche AmeriCorps members with the Montana Conservation Corps (MCC) responded to a deadly avalanche that occurred outside of Missoula, MT on February 28, 2014. AmeriCorps members were a key part of the full response effort, working alongside hundreds of volunteers assisting with debris removal. Check out the latest […]