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Oct
2014

The 2013 Annual Report On Homeland Security

2013 HSC Annual Report ImageThe purpose of this annual report is to advise and educate the public on the activities, objectives, and achievements of the Homeland Security Council (HSC).

Wisconsin’s Homeland Security Advisor and the 15 member Council is responsible for advising the governor, coordinating state and local prevention and response efforts, and producing periodic reports on the state of homeland security in Wisconsin. The Council works with local, state, federal, and tribal agencies, non-governmental organizations, and private industry to improve citizen and community preparedness. The governor is responsible for appointing Council members. Additionally, a member of the governor’s staff is invited to attend and participate at each meeting.
Wisconsin’s HSC was initially created by Executive Order #7 on March 18, 2003 to address the State’s ability to prepare for and respond to threats to Wisconsin’s homeland security. The initial council was set at seven members to include the Wisconsin Homeland Security Advisor, Department of Transportation – Division of Wisconsin State Patrol, Department of Health Services – Division of Public Health, Department of Military Affairs – Wisconsin Emergency Management, Department of Justice – Division of Criminal Investigations, Department of Administration – Capitol Police, and the Office of Justice Assistance.

The 2013 Annual Report On Homeland Security

Nov
2012

2012 Annual Report On Wisconsin Homeland Security

Wisconsin’s Homeland Security Advisor and 13 member Council is responsible for advising the governor, coordinating state and local prevention and response efforts, and producing periodic reports on the state of homeland security in Wisconsin. The Council works with local, state, federal, and tribal agencies, non-governmental organizations, and private industry to improve citizen and community preparedness. The governor is responsible for appointing Council members. Additionally, a member of the governor’s staff is invited to attend and participate at each meeting.

In 2011, the Council changed its meeting structure from monthly to quarterly and extended the meeting time to four hours. This longer meeting structure allows the Council to discuss homeland security issues in greater depth. Additionally, the Council created work groups that meet in between regular meetings and focus on strategic goals. Often, officials from non-member agencies and non-governmental organizations attend to gather information about homeland security issues. Additionally, the Council provides an official report to the governor each year during one of its public meetings.

2012 Annual Report On Wisconsin Homeland Security

Aug
2012

2012-2015 Wisconsin Homeland Security Strategy

Please click on the document link below to open and read a copy of the new Wisconsin Homeland Security Strategy. This document has been developed and is being released by the Wisconsin Homeland Security Council.  This document contains information on the Homeland Security Priorities in the State of Wisconsin.  Each priority has been broken into more tangible goals for which progress can be monitored. Each goal has then been assigned to “a goal champion” which is a state agency which will take on the responsibility of helping make progress on each goal, and thus the overarching priority, and the Strategy as a whole.

Please find the document by clicking on this link below:

WI Homeland Security Strategy 2012-2015

Dec
2011

2011 Annual Report on Wisconsin Homeland Security

On December 21, 2011, Governor Walker accepted the 2011 Annual Report on Wisconsin Homeland Security from the Homeland Security Council.  The report can be found below:

2011 Annual Report on Wisconsin Homeland Security

Jan
2011

Wisconsin Homeland Security Council – Final Report

The report covers the years 2003 through 2010.

The Final Report of the Wisconsin HSC