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Oakland County Sheriff Emergency Response and Preparedness Division

Listen to Sheriff Michael Bouchard on the Sheriff's Emergency Preparedness Division
 
Commander:  Captain Chris Wundrach

The Emergency Response and Preparedness (ERP) Division  is a division within the Sheriff's Office, and when originally created, was an expansion of Oakland County Emergency Management in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. 

The division's primary responsibilities include all homeland security initiatives, the Communications Unit, the Training Unit including all range operations, the Civil Unit, and the Concealed Weapons Board.

This division coordinates functions with the other county law enforcement agencies, the State Police, the FBI, USSS, Customs, INS, and the U.S. Attorney's Office.

You may download the Oakland County Sheriff's Office Emergency Handbook, which is an informative and useful guide on how to be better prepared in the event of an emergency.

 

Additional Links on Emergency Preparedness

See also: Emergency Preparedness Frequently Asked Questions