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Frequently Asked Questions

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Report Suspicious Activity

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Cyber-Security Initiative

Executive Order #5 defined OHSP's mission as being responsible "to administer, coordinate, lead, and supervise New Jersey's counter-terrorism and preparedness efforts." The executive order also set the office's goal as the coordination of "emergency response efforts across all levels of government, law enforcement, emergency management, nonprofit organizations, other jurisdictions, and the private sector, to protect the people of New Jersey."

SAFE-NJ Mobile App Available

The SAFE-NJ "If You See Something, Say Something" mobile application enables citizens to instantly report suspicious activity to the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness 24/7 Counter Terrorism Watch personnel.

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A Guide to Emergency Preparedness

Emergency preparedness means being ready for all kinds of emergencies and possessing the capability to respond in time of crisis to save lives, property and to help the community return to a normal life after a disaster occurs.

 


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New Jersey Office of Homeland Security & Preparedness 2014 Annual Conference:
Emerging Issues in the Homeland Enterprise

NJ OHS&P gathered officials to address homeland security challenges at its fifth annual conference on October 16, 2014. Over 500 law enforcement, homeland security, emergency management professionals from various federal, state and local government agencies, as well as representatives from numerous private sector organizations attended the event held at Monmouth University.

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