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Directives Issued by the State Office of Emergency Management

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28 GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION ON AUXILIARY POLICE POWERS

Grants emergency management auxiliary police the power to enforce all New Jersey laws during emergencies and training exercises.

30 PROCEDURES FOR TRAINING AUXILIARY POLICEMEN WITH REGULAR POLICE FORCES

Directs that whenever auxiliary police are attached to the local police for training, they shall be under the direction of the Chief of Police and subject to the rules and regulations of the local police.

33 PROCEDURES IN REQUESTING AID AS A RESULT OF FIRES

The municipal fire chief needing additional assistance at a fire scene shall first call upon mutual aid, then county resources, and then state resources.

61 DUTIES AND POWERS FOR MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATORS AND COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATORS

Municipal and county emergency management coordinators shall have complete authority to issue and enforce such orders as may be necessary to implement and carry out emergency management operations. For a full version of this Directive, please click here.

68 PROCEDURES FOR REPORTING CRASHED ENEMY AIRCRAFT AND PERSONNEL

This directive establishes standard operating procedures for action by all emergency management personnel in New Jersey in the event that any enemy aircraft is downed within the borders of the State of New Jersey.

70 IDENTIFICATION AND MOVEMENT OF NEW JERSEY ARMY AND AIR NATIONAL GUARD DURING EMERGENCIES

This directive states that all military personnel shall be allowed to travel during an emergency. They will identify themselves with a military ID card.

71 PROTECTION POLICY FOR NEW JERSEY SCHOOL POPULATION

Increased readiness actions, including closing of all schools, must be taken during periods of increased international tension. Specific plans must be developed to effectuate this directive.

73 MILITARY LIAISON WITH EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCIES

This directive establishes the properly designed sequence in which New Jersey National Guard assistance can be requested in support of civil authorities.

74 APPROVAL OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EXERCISES

This directive requires that all emergency management exercises and drills must be approved by the State Office of Emergency Management to assure proper coordination. For a full version of this Directive, please click here.

76 CONTROL OF RADIATION TRAINING SOURCE SETS (RESCINDED)

This directive requires that custodians of all radiation training source sets establish a log card to be signed each time the source holder is opened.

77 RESTRICTED USES OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (CIVIL DEFENSE) PERSONNEL, INSIGNE AND EQUIPMENT

This directive prohibits the use of insigne with the intent to deceive or mislead, or for the purpose of inducing the false impression that such person is engaged in the performance of an authorized emergency management activity.

79 RULES AND REGULATIONS - CITIZENS DUTY TO EVACUATE

Whenever the Governor or State, County or Municipal Emergency Management Coordinator determine that it is in the best interests of the public to evacuate an area, it is the duty of the public to comply. For a full version of this Directive, please click here.

81 RADIOLOGICAL EXPOSURE RECORDS (RESCINDED)

This directive requires the completion of a Group Radiation Exposure Record (SP-330) each time a Radiological Monitoring course is completed. A NJSP Emergency Management Registration Card (SP-610) is required each time a source set is used.

84 DAMAGE ASSESSMENT REPORTING PROCEDURES

This directive provides guidance on the completion of the Preliminary Damage Assessment Report (PDAR) which provides reliable damage estimates which are used as a basis for applying for assistance. For a full version of this Directive, please click here.

86 USE OF NEW JERSEY NATIONAL GUARD ARMORIES IN DISASTER SITUATIONS

This directive provides guidance on the use of National Guard armories as command and control posts or shelters during emergencies.

89 FREQUENCY ALLOCATIONS

This directive contains a listing of "PRIME" Municipal EOC to County EOC Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) frequency assignments in the two, six and ten meter band.

94 FACILITY DELETIONS/REQUESTS FOR SURVEY

This directive outlines procedures to accomplish facility deletions, additions or data changes in several FEMA data bases. Copies of these data bases (listings) are periodically distributed for review by emergency management coordinators.

95 AUXILIARY POLICE TRAINING - FIREARMS

This directive states that the authorization for arming of Auxiliary Police rests solely with the local governing body and subject to the approval of the Chief of Police.

96 MUTUAL AID PROCEDURES - AUXILIARY POLICE

This directive states that Auxiliary Police personnel may be assigned in a municipality other than that of their residence.

97 RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS - AUXILIARY POLICE

This directive states that all members of the Auxiliary Police must be residents of the municipality where they hold such membership.

98 AUXILIARY POLICE ON-THE-JOB TRAINING

This directive provides that Auxiliary Police personnel must undergo mandatory on-the-job training consisting of at least eight hours training each month.

99 RULES AND REGULATIONS CONCERNING EXPENDITURES FOR RADIOLOGICAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE - REVISED JANUARY 2009

This directive contains the criteria for purchase requests based upon program reviews and evaluation of performance in annual exercises. It also spells out the specific procedures for preparing purchase request forms, as well as establishing deadline dates for submission, review and approval of equipment requests.

100 STANDARDS FOR COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATORS

This directive enumerates the duties and responsibilities of the county emergency management coordinator, the qualifications that the coordinator must possess and the courses that must be successfully completed by the incumbent within one year of appointment. For a full version of this Directive, please click here.

101 RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT, SUBMISSION AND APPROVAL OF EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLANS

This directive provides the guidelines and procedures for the development, submission, approval, updating and review of Emergency Operations Plans. For a full version of this Directive, please click here.

102 STANDARDS FOR MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATORS

This directive enumerates the duties and responsibilities of the municipal emergency management coordinator, the qualifications that the coordinator must possess and the courses that must be successfully completed by the incumbent within one year of appointment. For a full version of this Directive, please click here.

103 ESTABLISHMENT OF COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COUNCILS

This directive establishes the requirement for the designation of County Emergency Management Councils and to provide guidance on council membership activities. For a full version of this Directive, please click here.

104 JOINT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COUNCILS

The purpose of this directive is to enable municipalities with special needs, resource deficiencies or geographical limitations to form Joint Emergency Management Councils as a method to provide an improved and comprehensive emergency management program for each of the participating municipalities. For a full version of this Directive, please click here.

 

 
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