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North Carolina Emergency Management (NCEM) Planning Documents

The Emergency Management Division was created by the Emergency Management Act of 1977. In 1997, the Division was reorganized into functional units using the Incident Command System (ICS), the national model for managing emergency operations. This organizational structure mirrors the local incident command structure and the federal emergency response team structure, thus streamlining and simplifying intergovernmental communication, coordination and collaboration.

The six (6) major sections of North Carolina Emergency Management are Hazard Mitigation, Operations, Logistics, Information and Planning, Finance and Floodplain Mapping.

Authorities and References

NC General Statute 166A

State Disaster Program

Links to North Carolina Emergency Management (NCEM) Plans, Operational Guidelines and Reports:

State of North Carolina Planning and Guideline Documents

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