This site was created in cooperation with the Regional Homeland Security Coordinating Committee, and is supported by funding from the Department of Homeland Security.
The Regional Homeland Security Coordinating Committee (RHSCC) is made up of about 30 local leaders, including elected officials, fire chiefs, police chiefs, city and county administrators and others.
The RHSCC works with the preexisting organizations and a number of subcommittees to focus regional efforts on an all-hazards approach to emergency preparedness, guiding investments in ways that strengthen regional response capabilities. The RHSCC meets bimonthly to set policies and receive reports from its operational subcommittees and related groups, which include:
The RHSCC oversees the region's overall Homeland Security strategic planning and goal setting efforts. For more information, visit the RHSCC Web page.