State and Local Resources
GetPrepared.in.gov offers facts and tips on staying safe from nature, preventing fires and being prepared for emergencies.
The Indiana Cybersecurity Hub features news, best practices and more to help citizens and organizations battle ever-evolving cyber threats.
Floods are Indiana's most common natural disaster, yet most Hoosiers lack flood insurance. Learn more at in.gov/floodinsurance.
The Integrated Public Safety Commission operates a statewide communications system for first responders and public safety officials.
The School Safety Hub helps Hoosiers find a multitude of resources, trainings and mental health services related to school safety.
Some disasters exceed the local community's capabilities, and Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (VOADs) step in with more resources.
FEMA coordinates efforts of the federal government to make sure the country is equipped to prepare for and respond to disasters.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) leads the nation in understanding, managing and reducing risks to cyber and physical infrastructure.
Shields Up offers news and tips to help U.S. citizens and organizations prepare for and limit the impact of present-day cyberattacks.
Ready.gov resources are designed to educate and empower Americans to prepare for emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters.
Six local National Weather Service offices cover Indiana and provide critical forecasting and safety information about weather hazards.
The U.S. Fire Administration strengthens firefighting and emergency medical services through its training, data, grants and safety education programs.