Emergency Management Resources

  1. American Red Cross

    The mission of American Red Cross Disaster Services is to ensure nationwide disaster planning, preparedness, community disaster education, mitigation, and response that will provide the American people with quality services delivered in a uniform, consistent, and responsive manner.

  2. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives

    The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) contains information on bomb threats and physical security planning, bomb threat and detection resources, and a quick reference to federal firearms laws.

  3. Department of Homeland Security

    This website contains information from the Department of Homeland Security on how they are leading the unified national effort to secure America.

  4. Environmental Protection Agency

    The agency's official website contains a host of information designed to assist with its mission to protect human health and to safeguard the natural environment upon which life depends.

  5. Federal Bureau of Investigation - Detroit

    This website contains valuable information including the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Most Wanted List.

  6. Federal Emergency Management Agency

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is an independent agency of the federal government, reporting to the President.

  7. Federal Emergency Management Agency - Kids

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency has developed this interactive site to teach kids how to be prepared for disasters and how they can prevent disaster damage. Learn what causes disasters, play games, read stories and become a Disaster Action Kid. Disasters aren't fun, but learning about them is!

  8. Federal Flood Insurance Program

    Federal Flood Insurance Program's Flood Insurance Library includes definitions, laws and regulations, reports, newsletters, bulletins.

  9. National Safety Council

    Every business, family, and community should prepare for responding to emergencies and disasters (man-made or natural). The National Safety Council webpage offers resources for businesses, families, emergency responders, and journalists.

  10. Ready

    Ready is a common sense framework designed to launch a process of learning about citizen preparedness. One of the primary mandates of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is to educate the public, on a continuing basis, about how to be prepared in case of a national emergency, including a possible terrorist attack.

  11. Weather Radio

    Receive continuous weather information direct from a nearby National Weather Service office. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio is also available locally on AM 1700 Sterling Heights Informational Radio.