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Vicki TravisHomeland Security Deputy Director

Office Phone:  985-748-3211

Fax: 985-748-7050

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Looking for a place to serve your community? 

We invite you to become a part of an exciting team of volunteers right here in your own community. 

The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is made up of volunteers just like you.  

The training is FREE! 

Training includes Introduction to CERT, Disaster Physiology, Terrorism Awareness, Basic Fire Suppression, Light Search and Rescue, Medical Trige and First Aid - CPR. 

Think about it, what better way to give back to your community, just by giving up a few hours to serve in such a great organization by becoming a CERT member.  

Please share this exciting information with your friends, co-workers, and congregations...   

Classes for 2015 are still undetermined at this time. Check back for more updates.

To register CLICK HERE or call Vicki Travis (Tangipahoa OEP Office) @ 985-748-3211 / email: vtravis@tangipahoa.org

 

Download the Alert FM app for FREE

Download from  Apple App Store or Google Play Store for FREE

Functions like a weather radio, but with unique local alerts from emergency officials.  These alerts and messages could include NWS severe weather warnings, homeland security notices, hurricane evacuation instructions, Amber Alerts, or school closings. The emergency information is sent out by federal, state, or local government agencies or by companies wishing to distribute information.

Bring T-Gator to your school

The Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (LOHSEP) has developed a program called “Get a Game Plan” to reach Louisiana citizens, businesses, and even our children, to help us be prepared in the event of an emergency.

GOHSEP has reached out to each parish with an active Citizen Corps program, and Tangipahoa Parish is included.  The Tangipahoa Parish Citizen Corps is presenting a children’s version of the “Get a Game Plan” program to schools in the parish, with T-Gator as the mascot.  Any school may request the program, which has been a big hit so far.  The organization has made presentations at Independence Head Start, Holy Ghost Catholic School, and the Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation luncheon.

 For more information or to request the program at your school, please contact Vickie Travis at (985) 748-3211.