8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday
except state-observed holidays
Indiana Dept. of Homeland Security
Indiana Government Center-South, Room E208
302 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2739
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About Emergency Management Agencies
Emergencies begin and end locally, and Indiana's county emergency management agencies (EMAs) fill that first line of response. Taking steps to reducing vulnerability to hazards, coping with disasters and liaising with other counties and the state are important aspects of these agencies' day-to-day lives. Emergency managers work with other public safety partners and organizations within communities to prepare for, mitigate, respond to and recover from emergencies.
Homeland Security Liaisons
Indiana Department of Homeland Security Liaisons support local governmental units in all phases of emergency management. The primary role of Homeland Security Liaisons is to provide comprehensive emergency management/homeland security guidance in the areas of preparedness, training, planning, response and recovery to their respective districts. Liaisons also act as technical consultants to local emergency management agencies, which includes clarifying and interpreting all procedures, grant funding guidance, provide references and resolving disputes. Homeland Security Liaisons also work very closely with first responders, universities and local hospitals.
Districts 1, 2, 3 and 4: Contact Stormy Friday and Courtney Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Districts 5, 6 and 7: Contact Ben Esterline and Jerry Sears at email@example.com.
Districts 8, 9 and 10: Contact Tonda Dixon and Jesse Minnick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
County Emergency Management Agencies
Each county in the state has its own emergency management agency to help communities prepare for disasters and emergencies and to be the local link to the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, which provides assistance financially and operationally in significant emergencies. To find contact information for your county’s emergency management agency, click the interactive map and select your county. You can also find state Department of Homeland Security points of contact by clicking the arrow at the top-right of the info box that corresponds to your county.
- Resources and Links
- Burn Ban Map
- Community Lifelines Implementation Toolkit
- Cybersecurity Hub
- Emergency Support Function Annexes
- Incident Command System Forms Instruction Book
- Incident Command System Forms
- National Response Framework, Fourth Edition
- School Safety Recommendations
- Social Media in Emergency Management
- State Emergency Management Director Handbook
- Travel Advisory Map