Office of Emergency Management
- SBA Disaster Loan: May 26,2015 Deadline in New York is Approaching
- Deadline for Physical Damage Disaster Loans for Private Non-Profit Orgs
- SBA Opens Disaster Loan Outreach Centers in Erie and Wyoming
- Governor Cuomo Announces Federal Aid to Counties Affected by Severe Lake Effect Snow Storm
- Governor Announces Low-Interest Loans for Winter Storm/Flooding Victims
- EPA Invites Communities to Apply for Assistance
- Ebola - Prevention and Safety - Know the Facts
- Cuomo Signs Community Risk and Resiliency Act
- FY2014 Unified Hazard Mitigation Program
- Protect New York From Crude Oil Transportation Disasters
About the Office of Emergency Management
For more than 50 years, the New York State Office of Emergency Management and its predecessor agencies have been responsible for coordinating the activities of all State agencies to protect New York's communities, the State's economic well-being, and the environment from natural and man-made disasters and emergencies. NYS OEM routinely assists local governments, voluntary organizations, and private industry through a variety of emergency management programs including hazard identification, loss prevention, planning, training, operational response to emergencies, technical support, and disaster recovery assistance.
Office of Counter Terrorism
About the Office of Counter Terrorism
The Office of Counter Terrorism (OCT) was created as part of the merger that established the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services. OCT includes staff and Units from its predecessor, the Office of Homeland Security (OHS). The mission of OCT is to support federal, state, local, tribal and private sector efforts to Prevent, Protect against and Prepare for acts and threats of terrorism. Although Counter Terrorism is OCT’s primary mission, many of our programs and initiatives support capabilities that can be applied to other threats and hazards as well. Like OHS, OCT is not a law enforcement agency, but we work closely with the New York State Police and other law enforcement and public safety agencies in the fight against terrorism.
Office of Interoperable & Emergency Communications
- SIEC Board 2014 Annual Report
- SIEC Board Bylaws Enacted
- Public Safety Wireless Broadband
- DHSES OIEC Announcing Round 4 Statewide Interoperable Communications Grant
- 2014 Statewide Communications Interoperability Plan (SCIP)
- NYS All-Hazards Communications Unit, Position-Specific Credentialing Policy
- DHS-OEC Update to National Emergency Communications Plan
- FY 2014 SAFECOM Guidance
About the Office of Interoperable & Emergency Communications
Created through Executive Law section 717, the Office of Interoperable and Emergency Communications (OIEC) is the principal state agency for all interoperable and emergency communications issues and oversees and directs the development, coordination and implementation of policies, plans, standards, programs and services related to interoperable and emergency communications, including those related to land mobile radio communications.
Office of State Fire
About the Office of Fire Prevention and Control
The Office of Fire Prevention and Control began shortly after World War II as the Division of Fire Safety within the New York State Office for Local Government. Based upon lessons learned from the war, the Division was involved with developing and implementing the statewide mutual aid plan system, adopting statewide emergency radio frequencies and setting up the New York State Fire Training Program. In 1967, the Division began conducting annual fire safety inspections of all State University buildings. In 1978, the Division of Fire Safety became the Office of Fire Prevention and Control within the Department of State and New York’s first State Fire Administrator was appointed. From an original handful of staff fifty years ago, the agency has grown many times over in its size, duties and responsibilities.
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