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EMPG 2019 Return on Investment Report

This report represents input from 46 states, two territories, and 1,042 local emergency management agencies.

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Adaptive Continuity Planning

What the Industry Can Learn From Case Studies in Higher Education

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Announcement | 2019 MOEMA Conference Registration OPEN! | 15 Days Left!

Currently at 55% capacity for conference registration – seats are limited!

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2019 MOEMA Conference Speaker Line-Up

  • SEMA Director – Ron Walker
  • Table Rock,  – 3D Event, Derecho, Death, Disaster, Tom Martin
  • Effective Social Media – Tracy Lillard, Illinois State Police PIO
  • Cyber War – Current Attacks and Recent Trends, Shannon McMurtrey, Ph.D., Drury Information Systems
  • Coordinating with your local Church – Convoy of Hope, Jason Anderson

Pricing for 2019 MOEMA Conference:  MOEMA Members - $50.00 / Non-Members - $80.00  / Students - $25.00 (Price Includes: parking, snacks, lunch, conference gifts, presentations)

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MOEMA Membership 2019

Membership is open to anyone involved in emergency preparedness or response activities. Individuals with local, county, state and federal government agencies, education, business and industry, and volunteer organizations are eligible to join. MOEMA’s strength relies on a broad-based membership of individuals dedicated to emergency preparedness. MOEMA memberships are valid from 11/01/2018 – 12/31/19 for Calendar Year 2019.


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MOEMA 2019 Conference Sponsorship Opportunities!

The 2019 Conference Sponsorship Opportunities are currently open – please contact Anna Taylor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Missouri School Board Association Center for Education Safety

School Safety Update

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Aid to flooded Missourians not coming any time soon

The waters must completely recede before the state can complete damage estimates.

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10 Failed Levees In Midwest Flood Zone Were Not Inspected

The levees that failed last week during catastrophic flooding along the Missouri River were maintained by local associations or private owners.

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North Carolina Emergency Personnel Start Training with Drones

Officials with Lee County’s Emergency Services and Sheriff’s Office are learning the ropes when it comes to piloting unmanned aerial systems for use in the public safety space.

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Emergency Management Employment Opportunities:

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