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Governor Kleefisch today accepted the Wisconsin’s Homeland Security Strategy. The strategy developed by the Wisconsin Homeland Security Council is a road map for providing direction and prioritizing planning and response capabilities in Wisconsin to protect citizens.
“This strategy will ensure our first responders are trained and equipped, our critical infrastructure is secure, and we continue to plan and prepare for emergencies and disasters that may impact our state such as a cyber or agricultural event,” said Lt. Governor Kleefisch. “I’m thankful for the dedication and leadership of the Homeland Security Council and their efforts to continue to protect the citizens of Wisconsin.”
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Homeland Security Council Meeting Agenda: HLS Agenda 10Jul15
This is a draft of the 2015-2018 Wisconsin Homeland Security Strategy. This draft document will be open for public comment until July 1, 2015. Please feel free to share your thoughts and leave comments in the section provided. To post a comment, click on the hyperlink (located in the title above) and you will be directed to a page with a comment section. The link below will only allow you to view the document and does not provide a place for comments. Thanks.