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'''See:''' [[Emergency Management Agency (California)|Emergency Management Agency (California)]]<br>
<p>On February 7, 2003, Governor Gray Davis issued Executive Order No. D-67-03 creating the State Office of Homeland Security.</p><br>
<p>On February 7, 2003, Governor Gray Davis issued Executive Order No. D-67-03 creating the State Office of Homeland Security.</p><br>
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<p>The State Office of Homeland Security's mission is to develop and coordinate the implementation of a comprehensive state strategy to coordinate security activities throughout California and to highlight the extraordinary technological capabilities of California's private industry to help protect all Americans.</p><br>
 
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<p>This agency will coordinate the review and assessment of the State's California Emergency Plan and the California Terrorism Response Plan. It will also coordinate activities of all state agencies pertaining to terrorism-related issues, legislative issues, contact with federal and local agencies, training and public outreach.</p><br>
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<p>'''In September 2009, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed legislation creating the [http://www.calema.ca.gov/ '''California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA)]''', which strengthens the state’s ability to respond to emergencies and natural disasters by merging the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services and Office of Homeland Security into a single, streamlined cabinet-level agency.'''</p><br>
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'''www.whitehouse.gov/deptofhomeland''']</p>
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<p>'''Other Referrals:''' None</p><br>
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<p>[[file:green_arrow.jpg|link=http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/guide/index.shtml|Consumer Resource & Referral Guide]]
<p>[[file:green_arrow.jpg|link=http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/guide/index.shtml|Consumer Resource & Referral Guide]]
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See: Emergency Management Agency (California)


On February 7, 2003, Governor Gray Davis issued Executive Order No. D-67-03 creating the State Office of Homeland Security.



In September 2009, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed legislation creating the California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA), which strengthens the state’s ability to respond to emergencies and natural disasters by merging the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services and Office of Homeland Security into a single, streamlined cabinet-level agency.



For information about emergency preparedness:
www.ready.gov/



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