Report suspicious activity to firstname.lastname@example.org
or 1-866-472-3365 or 2-1-1
The Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program is dedicated to ensuring a coordinated, timely, and effective response to a bioterrorist event, natural disaster, or other public health emergency in Sussex County.
The attacks in Orlando and Paris demonstrate terrorists' continued targeting of nightclubs and entertainment districts. These public assembly locations share common vulnerabilities of open accessibility, dim lighting, and large crowds.
New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness provides Infrastructure Protection Resources for Public Assembly and a downloadable resource sheet .
The Pocket Guide to Emergency Preparedness
A Public Health Guide to Emergency Planning
Guía de Salud Pública para la Planificación Contra Emergencias
The Sussex County Public Health Emergency Preparedness Team
About the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program
What is LINCS (Local Information Network Communications Systems)?
What you can do to prepare
Biological and Chemical Agents
Radiological Information for NJ Residents
Radiological Emergency Information for NJ Farmers, Food Processors and Distributors
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