Homeland Security Emergency Management
Grant funding is provided by the New Hampshire Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management through the 2017 Homeland Security Grant Program and/or Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Activities fund.
This application should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.
II. STRATEGY These exercises and trainings fully support the National Response Framework across all five mission areas; Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, Response and Recovery, as well as FEMA's Core Capabilities.
The State Homeland Security Strategy (SHSS), Threat and Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment (THIRA), Stakeholder Preparedness Review (SPR), and MYTEP identify priorities to which the State has determined resources and funding should be directed towards.
III. REGIONALIZATION Controllers, evaluators and/or instructors for the various exercises and trainings offered through HSEM's Training & Exercise Unit come from various State and local agencies and have dedicated innumerable hours to enhancing their own training and knowledge base so that they can in turn assistant in evaluating capabilities and instructing relevant course materials in the State of New Hampshire, whether their audience be , local, State and Federal, non-governmental agencies and/or citizens. Their dedication makes New Hampshire a better prepared state.
IV. IMPACT Controlling, evaluating and/or instructing on behalf of the Training & Exercise Unit will maintain and/or enhance current capabilities across the state.
Backfill: For a municipal employee who is on a day off and is working so that another employee may attend the event.
Instructors are eligible for 30 minutes of set up/break down time per course day.
Not to exceed $650.00 per person per day.
Instructors are eligible for overnight accommodations in accordance with GSA Rates, if their home agency is more than 50 miles from the course site, and the course is more than one day.
For each controller, evaluator and/or instructor the following items will need to be provided:
Personnel are required to sign in on an official roster for the exercise and/or course. If the course runs multiple days, sign in must be per day.
Personnel traveling 50 miles or more to a multi-day provide:
Terms & Conditions can be downloaded here.
Audit Form can be downloaded here.
New Hampshire Department of SafetyDivision of Homeland Security & Emergency ManagementTraining & Exercise Unit33 Hazen DriveConcord, NH 03305(603) email@example.com
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