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Welcome to New Hampshire’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management operations. As Director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, I oversee the function as part of the Office of the Commissioner and have a direct line reporting authority to the Governor of New Hampshire. I oversee the Bureau of Emergency Management. Emergency Management is responsible for coordinating the State’s response to major disasters. This includes natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods and severe winter storms, and human-caused disasters, such as nuclear power plant accidents or chemical spills.
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Be Prepared for Severe Weather Gov. McCrory declared March 3-9 as Severe Weather Awareness Week and urged all families to have safety plans for home, work and school so they can respond quickly when tornadoes or severe storms threaten.