FEMA, together with its federal, state and local partners, encourages all Americans to pledge to prepare their homes, families and businesses for the upcoming hurricane season, which began June 1 and lasts until November 30.
The Obama Administration released a new progress report detailing the completion of our significant progress on 21 of the 23 executive actions President Obama laid out in January to help reduce gun violence, including guides to help develop high-quality emergency operations plans for K-12 schools, institutions of higher education and houses of worship.
The Blue Campaign, DHS’ unified voice for combating human trafficking, is offering new, comprehensive resources for recognizing indicators and reporting suspected incidents, and for potential victims.
The Department of Homeland Security’s National Resilience Award for superior leadership and innovation by a non-governmental individual or organization who exemplifies the qualities and achievements of Rick Rescorla. Nominations are due June 30, 2013.
Every day, DHS employees all over the country will work to protect the American public from a range of threats. Learn how DHS helps keep our nation safe by air, land, sea and in cyberspace every day in “A Day in the Life of Homeland Security.”
- Nationwide public awareness campaign to raise awareness to the indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime and to emphasize the importance of reporting suspicious activity to local law enforcement authorities. Report Suspicious Activity Contact Local Law Enforcement or Call 9-1-1.