Security and Emergency Preparedness
To assist the region in the planning, preparation and response to emergencies, whether caused by natural or human elements, a continuing, cooperative and collective regional effort would be needed. To achieve such task, in the context of the Regional Comprehensive plan, this chapter will identify SCAG's role and responsibility in regards to security and emergency preparedness. It will describe the current programs at the Federal, State and local levels; identify security issues and vulnerability of the transportation infrastructure and information sharing; and present policy recommendations and actions for consideration by the SCAG's Regional Council.
- Draft Security and Emergency Preparedness Performance Outcomes
- Preliminary Draft Security and Emergency Preparedness White Paper
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