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Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011 JoAnne H. Moreau, CEM, LEM Director Mayor’s Office of Homeland Security & Emergency.

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1 Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011 JoAnne H. Moreau, CEM, LEM Director Mayor’s Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness

2 The Mayor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness provides the citizens of East Baton Rouge Parish with a comprehensive, integrated and coordinated public safety program to ensure natural and man made risks are reduced, emergency services delivered and consequences of events managed to provide a safe, livable and sustainable community. Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

3 EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (EOC) oExecutive Overwatch (EO) oMedical Incident Management (MMRS/DRC’s) oDepartmental Incident Command (DPW) oMedia/Joint Information Center (JIC) for accurate and timely information Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

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5 East Baton Rouge Emergency Operations Center Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

6 COLLABORATION ∟ Unified team – Public Beneficiary ∟ Partners with solutions (1/2 way there) ∟ Build a strong, knowledgeable and committed team ∟ Bring team together (all disciplines – elected officials) ∟ Build relationships prior to an event Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

7 PLANNING ∟ Identify Hazards/All Hazards Planning (LEPC) ∟ Hazard, Vulnerability and Risk Assessments ∟ Maintain Parish All Hazards Emergency Operations Plan (SARA Title III) ∟ Economic Impact Studies ∟ Serve as repository for plans from all sectors of the community ∟ Animal Plans, Special Populations, Sheltering, Community Planning, Damage Assessment, Film Industry, Special Events Identify gaps and implement corrective actions from exercises and real life experiences Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

8 RECENT INCIDENTS Terrorism Oil Spills (River/Gulf) Ice Storms Nuclear Hurricanes Earthquakes Tornado/Straight Line Winds HAZMAT West Nile Virus Airplane Crash Snow Storms (3) Hospital Shooting Flooding Severe Weather School Shooting School Closures Government Shutdown Pandemic (H1N1) Apartment Fires Ozone Alerts Train Derailment Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

9 NOTIFICATION SYSTEMS Community Alert System Sirens Auto Dialer School Alert Monitors Interoperability 700/800mhz Radios UHF/VHF Maritime River Bend NAWAS Radio Satellite Phone STACS RACES Social Networking Twitter, Facebook, Internet, Text Messaging Cablevision Override Local Station Crawl Red Stick Ready Information Network Live Broadcast Video Conferencing I-Notification TTY Door-to-Door Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

10 Potential Disaster Impact (windshield survey) State of Emergency declared by Mayor President File with Clerk of Court Forward to GOHSEP Governor declares State of Emergency Local/State Declarations forwarded for Presidential Declaration Per Capita (based on 2010 census data) EBR (440,000 x $3.22 = $1,416,800) Louisiana (4,533,000 x $3.22 = $14,596,260) 9 Presidentially Declared Disasters (Mayor Holden) 29 Presidentially Declared Disasters (JHM) DISASTER DECLARATION PROCESS Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

11 EMAP Accreditation Staffed by Certified Emergency Managers State of the Art EOC technology Critical Infrastructure Cameras Tactical Interoperability Communications Plan GIS Aerial Photography Credentialing Program MOU’s for alternate EOC sites COOP Plans for all agencies After Action accountability Redundant generator and UPS systems WHERE WE ARE TODAY Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

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13 Public Information  Accurate and timely Personal Preparedness  Buddy System, Family Disaster Kits, Relocation Plans Red Stick Ready Information Network  ATM/EOC, City Hall, Hospital Emergency Rooms (5) Public Education  Partnerships with the schools, summer camps, youth programs RED STICK READY INITIATIVES Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

14 Stakeholder Meetings  Medical, Industry, Elected Officials, Mutual Aid, Education, Transportation, Sheltering, Law Enforcement, Executive Workgroup, Public/Private, Media, Communication Dispatchers, Regional Partners, Military, Department Heads Coordination Calls  USACE, State Partners, Federal Partners, Public/Private Partners, Utility Stakeholders Direct Coordination Meetings MISSISSIPPI RIVER FLOOD ACTIONS Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

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16 BUSINESS DISASTER PROGRAMS (FEMA)  Small Business Administration (SBA)  Public Assistance (PA)  Individual Assistance (IA)  Hazard Mitigation Grant Programs  Agriculture Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011

17 East Baton Rouge Parish Mayor’s Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness Phone: Fax: Mississippi River Flood Event Downtown Stakeholders Meeting May 12, 2011


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