Homeland Security Division
The Baltimore County Police Department's Homeland Security Division urges every household and business to assist in the prevention of terrorism and have an emergency preparedness plan in place should a disaster strike. An alert and educated citizenry is critical to our homeland security and emergency preparedness efforts. The following web sites provide important information on how to report suspicious persons or activities, how to best prepare for disasters, and the many resources available to the general public.
Baltimore County Government - Emergency Preparedness Section
Provides information on topics including emergency preparedness, the "Neighbors helping Neighbors" program, and the county's Emergency Operations Plan.
The Department of Homeland Security Ready America Program
Provides preparedness information for all types of man made and natural disasters.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency
Provides educational information on all types of disasters and hazards and how to plan for and recover from disasters.
The Department of Homeland Security
Provides information about the Federal Department of Homeland Security and specific information on topics such as prevention and protection, preparedness and response, travel security and procedures.
United States Department of Justice - Joint Terrorism Task Force
Provides information on terrorism and resources available to communities through the FBI.
Revised May 15, 2014