Emergency Management

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Office of Emergency Management

The Camden County Office of Emergency Management is responsible for maintaining and enforcing the New Jersey state disaster laws. The state law requires every municipality to have a state approved Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and to appoint a coordinator. The State Emergency Management Office assists the 37 county municipalities in developing their EOPs and keeping them current. The local emergency management coordinators, along with members of public safety organizations, volunteer, and private entities, such as the Red Cross, know their responsibilities and how they are expected to conduct their job. The Office of Emergency Management is charged with coordinating the efforts of these agencies and organizations during a disaster or natural emergency.

Contact the Camden County Office of Emergency Management for information on:

  • Disaster Preparedness
  • Disaster Preparedness for Seniors
  • Tornadoes
  • Hurricanes
  • Flash Floods
  • Thunderstorms

Mission
To coordinate activities to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters.

Vision
A safer future through effective partnerships committed to saving lives and reducing the impact of disasters.

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Samuel Spino
Camden County Emergency Management Coordinator
(856) 783-4808 ext 5202
samuel.spino@publicsafetycc.com