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Data and Statistics

Data gathered from IDHS Annual Reports, which can be found here.

  • Fire and Building Safety
    Public Building Inspections
    Fiscal Year Building Inspections Child Care Location Inspections Elevators & Escalators Inspected School Inspections Boiler & Pressure Vessels Inspected Amusement Rides Inspected
    2019-205,1242,3439,67296630,817975
    2018-19 9,847 2,656 10,991 1,593 24,656 709
    2017-18 17,476 2,789 11,745 1,033 24,265 889
    Building Plan Review
    Fiscal Year Construction Design Releases Issued Variances for Structures Approved
    2019-2011,5971,205
    2018-19 11,705 1,149
    2017-18 11,562 1,019
    Fire Investigations
    Fiscal Year Suspicious Fires Investigated Incendiary FiresArrests
    2019-205359143
    2018-1952810021
    2017-18 563 132 22
  • Planning and Assessment
    Emergency Response Plans
    Fiscal Year Plans MaintainedPlans Reviewed/Revised/Exercised
    2019-207112
    2018-19 46 13
    2017-18 24 9
  • Training and Exercise
    EMS Training
    Fiscal Year Paramedics Certified Emergency Medical Technicians Certified Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians Certified Emergency Medical Responders Certified Primary Instructors Certified Emergency Vehicle Operator Certifications
    2019-202471,1646847652462
    2018-19 247 1,126 60 541 42 336
    2017-18 281 1,088 77 510 52 426
    Emergency Responders, Managers and Search & Rescue Training
    Fiscal Year Firefighters, Rescuers, Officers, Investigators & Instructors Certified Incident Command System Graduates K-9 Teams, Search & Rescue Graduates
    2019-209,726272159
    2018-19 11,974 757 442
    2017-18 10,739 910 467
  • Hazmat/Radiation/CBRNE
    Radioactive Materials Transportation & Emergencies
    Fiscal Year Total Number of Incidents Responded to Total Number of Shipment Permits Issued for Highway Route Control Quality Radioactive Materials Total Number of Shipment Permits Issued for High-Level Radioactive Waste or Spent Nuclear Fuel Total Number of Shipment Permits Issued for Low-Level Radioactive Waste Total Number of Responders Trained for Radiation Response/
    Detection
    Total Number of Responders Trained for Radiological Emergency Preparedness/
    Nuclear Power Plant
    2019-20160321173258688
    2018-19 159 63 173 400 279
    2017-18 183 35 235 395 266
    Chemical Emergency Protection
    Fiscal Year Tier II Allocations Number of Active Tier II Facilities
    2019-20$644,4406,192
    2018-19 $634,210 6,534
    2017-18 $622,091 6,379
  • Finance and Grants Management
    Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG)

    The EMPG program makes grants available to states to assist state, local, territorial and tribal governments in preparing for all types of hazards.

    Fiscal Year Total Dollar Amount of Grants Awarded Grant Sub-Recipients Projects Counties in Which Grants Were Awarded
    2018-19 (FFY19)$3,248,092.0011611692
    2017-18 (FFY18) $3,790,000.00 109 113 90
    2016-17 (FFY17) $3,000,000.00 158 158 91
    2015-16 (FFY16) $3,386,001.50 195 195 90

    Find more information at the Emergency Management Performance Grant page.


    State Homeland Security Program (SHSP)

    The SHSP program supports the implementation of risk-driven, capabilities-based state homeland security strategies to address capability targets set in urban area, state and regional Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessments (THIRA).

    Fiscal Year Total Dollar Amount of Grants Awarded Grant Sub-Recipients Projects Counties in Which Grants Were Awarded
    2018-19 (FFY19)$3,260,000.00414128
    2017-18 (FFY18) $3,184,000.00 70 70 61
    2016-17 (FFY17) $2,737,334.00 54 54 50
    2015-16 (FFY16) $1,008,165.00 50 50 42

    Find more information at the State Homeland Security Program page.


    Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP)

    HMEP grants are awarded to Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs) and are used for the following purposes:

    • Implementing risk driven, capabilities-based state homeland security strategies
    • Supports state and local abilities to prevent, protect against, mitigate, respond to and recover from acts of terrorism and other catastrophic events.
      • Developing, improving and implementing emergency plans
      • Training public sector hazardous materials emergency response employees to respond to incidents involving hazardous materials in transportation
      • Determining flow patterns of hazardous materials within a state and between states
      • Determining the need within a state for regional hazardous materials emergency response teams
    Fiscal Year Total Dollar Amount of Grants Awarded Grant Sub-Recipients Projects Counties in Which Grants Were Awarded
    2019-20 (FFY20)$376,624.00474743
    2018-19 (FFY19)$279,497.00363630
    2017-18 (FFY18) $207,000.00 17 17 17
    2016-17 (FFY17) $506,202.00 34 49 34
    2015-16 (FFY16) $372,833.00 43 65 43

    Find more information at the Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Grant Program page.


    Indiana Homeland Security Foundation Grant Program

    The Foundation funds public safety projects at the local level through the sale of Secure Indiana license plates.

    Fiscal Year Total Dollar Amount of Grants Awarded Grant Recipients Counties in Which Grants Were Awarded
    2019-20 (FY20)$180,999.945142
    2018-19 (FY19)FY19 was skipped to allow the Foundation
    and Secured School Safety grants to be on the same fiscal cycle.
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    2017-18 (FY18) $250,854.00 66 46
    2016-17 (FY17) $91,561.44 31 27
    2015-16 (FY16) $168,364.00 98 31

    Find more information at the Indiana Homeland Security Foundation Grant Program page.


    Secured School Safety Grant Program
    Fiscal Year Total Dollar Amount Awarded Number of Award Recipient Schools or School Systems
    2020-21 (FY21) $19,432,122.54 418
    2019-20 (FY20) $19,081,470.02 429
    2018-19 (FY19) $14,256,526.80 388
    2017-18 (FY18) $7,952,283.06 217
    2016-17 (FY17) $6,332,608.84 171
    2015-16 (FY16) $7,958,281.97 225
    2014-15 (FY15) $8,532,681.26 241
    2013-14 (FY14) $8,357,377.21 226

    Find more information at the Secured School Safety Grant Program page.

    The awarding of grants began in 2014 and continues annually through the Indiana Grants Management System (iGMS). Since 2014, more than $91 million has been awarded to Indiana schools that meet the eligibility requirements in their grant requests.

    From FY14 to FY21, the Indiana Secured School Grant Board has approved 2,315 grant requests. The Indiana Secured School Grant Board has denied 73 grant requests during that period. Grant requests may be denied in whole or in part for several reasons, including requests for items or purchases that are not eligible under the statute, incomplete applications or availability of funding.

    Note: Before FY2020, there were only three categories, which were School Resource Officers, Equipment and Threat Assessments. Since FY2020, three categories have been added: Active Event Early Warning System, Student and Parent Support Services, and Other Training.

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