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Title:Emergency Preparedness Handbook for Tribal Governments
Authors:Jon Mielke, Dick Winchell, and Ashley Murphy
Publication Date:Dec 2014
Report #:MPC-14-276
Project #:MPC-457
TRID #:01554095
Keywords:disaster preparedness, disasters and emergency operations, handbooks, Native Americans, planning, tribal government
Type:Research Report – MPC Publications

 

Abstract

Many Native American tribal governments are lacking in emergency preparedness, a part of the emergency management cycle where planning for disasters happens. These governments need assistance planning for future disasters. Federal, and state governments, along with other agencies and organizations, have the knowledge and resources to help tribal governments develop emergency response plans.

This handbook is a resource to help tribes develop and implement an emergency preparedness plan for responding to natural and man-made disasters if and when they occur.

How to Cite

Mielke, Jon, Dick Winchell, and Ashley Murphy. Emergency Preparedness Handbook for Tribal Governments, MPC-14-276. North Dakota State University - Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, Fargo: Mountain-Plains Consortium, 2014.

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