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Homeland Advisory Group – Newest Contractor for County of Los Angeles

  Homeland Advisory Group is now the official supplier of Emergency Communications Cases to the County of Los Angeles’s Health Department.  The cases, although confidential, will be self-contained turn key 2-way communication hubs for use in disaster/emergency deployments.  Homeland Advisory Group … Continue reading

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Review of New Jersey’s Nuclear Power Plants

The Department of Environmental Protection has announced the creation of a task force to conduct a thorough assessment of operations and emergency preparedness plans for New Jersey’s four nuclear generating facilities. The review will determine whether any early lessons from … Continue reading

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ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT ESCAPEE

On February 6, 2011 at approximately 10:00 PM Oscar Rios, a 17 year old male from Las Cruces, escaped from the John Paul Taylor Juvenile Detention Facility west of Las Cruces. Rios is described as an Hispanic male, six feet, … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Day

US civil rights leader Martin Luther King,Jr. (C) waves to supporters from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial 28 August 1963 on the Mall in Washington DC (Washington Monument in background) during the “March on Washington”. 28 August marks the … Continue reading

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Suspicious Packages

With so many reports of suspicious packages in the news and our daily security briefings, we decided to share the attached cheat sheet developed by the US Department of Homeland Security.  It’s a two page guide that discusses the identification … Continue reading

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Myriad Influenza Strains are Emerging Worldwide

As confirmed cases of influenza in the United Kingdom over the last couple of weeks rose from 40 percent to 50 percent and at a level that qualifies as an epidemic, flu virus strains also have begun to spread elsewhere … Continue reading

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Personal Preparedness – Saving Pets During a Disaster

Thousands of Dogs, Cats and other pets were lost after Hurricane Katrina.  95% of those animals could have been saved with a little planning and preparations.  Homeland Advisory Group has asked its professional planners for their top tips to save … Continue reading

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!

We’re offering 25% off all Emergency plans through March of 2011!

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Video: San Francisco’s 1989 Earthquake from the CHP’s point of view

Video: San Francisco’s 1989 Earthquake from the CHP’s point of view On October 17th, 1989 at approximately 5:04 pm Pacific Standard Time, the San Andreas Fault shifted and a massive earthquake struck the San Fransisco Bay Area.  The California Highway … Continue reading

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Swine Flu To Hit USA Again

Northern hemisphere countries are being told by health experts to brace themselves for flu outbreaks. There has been a well-publicized surge of cases in the United Kingdom during December with swine flu appearing to be the dominant of the three … Continue reading

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