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Title: Louisiana Homeland Security


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Louisiana Homeland Security
Jay Mayeaux Louisiana Office of Homeland Security
Emergency Preparedness
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NATURAL EVENTS
  • TORNADOES
  • HURRICANES
  • FLOODING
  • DROUGHT EVENTS
  • WILD FIRES
  • WINTER STORMS
  • AGRICULTURE EVENTS

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TECHNOLOGICAL EVENTS
  • ENEMY ATTACK
  • TERRORISM
  • CIVIL DISTURBANCES
  • OIL SPILLS
  • HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
  • NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS

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ORGANIZING
  • how we leverage our State structure for Homeland
    Security

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ORGANIZING FOR HOMELAND SECURITY
RECOVERY
RESPONSE
PREPAREDNESS
MITIGATION
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ORGANIZING FOR HOMELAND SECURITY
RECOVERY
RESPONSE
PREPAREDNESS
MITIGATION
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ORGANIZING FOR HOMELAND SECURITY
DETECTION
RECOVERY
PREVENTION
RESPONSE
PREPAREDNESS
MITIGATION
LANG
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ORGANIZING FOR HOMELAND SECURITY
DETECTION
RECOVERY
PREVENTION
RESPONSE
PREPAREDNESS
MITIGATION
OEP
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ORGANIZING FOR HOMELAND SECURITY
DETECTION
RECOVERY
PREVENTION
RESPONSE
PREPAREDNESS
DOA Cyber
MITIGATION
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ORGANIZING FOR HOMELAND SECURITY
OPH Medical Emergency CBRNE
DETECTION
RECOVERY
PREVENTION
RESPONSE
PREPAREDNESS
MITIGATION
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ORGANIZING FOR HOMELAND SECURITY
Dept Ag Forestry Agro-Terror
DETECTION
RECOVERY
PREVENTION
RESPONSE
PREPAREDNESS
MITIGATION
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ORGANIZING FOR HOMELAND SECURITY
DETECTION
RECOVERY
PREVENTION
Coordinating Role
RESPONSE
PREPAREDNESS
MITIGATION
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Initiatives
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REGIONAL CONCEPT
N A T C H I T O C H E S
WINN
CATAHOULA
C O N C O R D I A
LaSalle
SABINE
GRANT
RAPIDES
VERNON
AVOYELLES
WEST FELICIANA
EAST FELICIANA
POINTE COUPEE
EAST BATON ROUGE
LIVINGSTON
WEST BATON ROUGE
IBERVILLE
ASCENSION
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WMD Response
LA State Police HAZMAT Bomb Squads LANG 62d
CST DHH Response Teams
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DEPARTMENT OFHEALTH HOSPITALS
Communications/IT - 9
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Immunization Teams - 18
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Incident Response Teams - 9
Regional Command/Control Teams - 9
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State Level PH Teams - 5
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C2
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BAT
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CAT
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ERT
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PIO
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CET
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PAT
SMART Initiative
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Ready Reaction Force
On-call force of soldiers to initially respond or
reinforce on-site personnel. Over 1200 soldiers
broken down into 11 teams. Distributed among
nine metropolitan areas.
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Ready Reaction Force Locations
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Special Reaction Team
Special Reaction Team (SRT) formed as a highly
trained military law enforcement element to
augment civilian authorities, conduct security
operations, train soldiers in MP tasks and/or
provide command and control. Four teams of 25
soldiers plus Command and Support assets.
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Louisiana Situation Center
  • Maintain continuous lines of communication
  • National Homeland Security Coordination Center
  • Local Jurisdictions
  • State Leadership and Agencies
  • To provide effective and efficient real-time
    situational awareness
  • Formalize reporting and timely alert protocols
  • Serve as conduit for relevant Louisiana Security
    concerns, both initial and continuous monitoring

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Louisiana Homeland Security Strategy
  • National Homeland Security Strategy
  • Published July 2002
  • 9 months to compile
  • Louisiana Homeland Security Strategy
  • Support National Strategy
  • Collaborative effort
  • State Agencies
  • Local Jurisdictions
  • Stakeholders
  • Final Publication March 2003

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Training Model
Joint- Multi- Discipline
Exercise (CEDR)
Advanced Individual Training (SARTA, FETI,
Mass Casualty Project)
Community/Local Specific Training
Basic Individual Training (Police Academies, Fire
Academies, EMS Certifications)
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  • MEDICAL TRAININGS
  • CDC Grant
  • HRSA Grant
  • Combined Grants Table Tops Community Drills
  • Future Projects DHH Medical Training Institute

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CDC Grant Trainings
Year Class Medical Non-Medical Total
2002 - 2004 USAMERICD - FMCBC 3 0 3
2002 - 2004 Anniston Incident Command 16 8 24
2002 - 2004 Anniston - TERT 0 6 6
2002 - 2004 Emerg Resp to Domestic Bio Incidents 101 245 346
2003 - 2004 USAMERICD - MMCBC 3 0 3
2003 - 2004 Anniston Incident Command 27 40 67
2003 - 2004 Anniston TERT 0 2 2
2003 - 2004 Anniston - NOBLE 1 0 1
2003 - 2004 WMD for the Health-Care Professional 111 72 183
2003 - 2004 HEICS 105 64 169
2003 2004 RRT Epidemiology Training 1420 487 1907
2003 - 2004 Other Emergency Responders 0 123 123
GRAND TOTAL 1792 1063 2855
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HRSA Grant Trainings
Hospitals trainings were conducted to develop a
regional hospital response system. Approximately
36 meetings are conducted each Grant Year FY to
address systems planning between hospitals and
partners, surge capacity issues, communications,
interoperability, technical decontamination
procedures and the Strategic National Stockpile.
90 95 of all 209 hospitals actively
participated in these Rounds.
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HRSA Grant Trainings
In FY 03 04, 36 trainings targeted to hospitals
will also be conducted. Isolation capacity,
surge, deployment and credentialing of medical
personnel are some of the issues to be addressed.
The Strategic National Stockpile and Hurricane
Sheltering is the major component of these
rounds.
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PROFESSIONAL COURSES
A total of 10 Medical Awareness Courses were
facilitated in 9 Regions of the state. The
full-day agenda was directed specifically to
physicians, nurses, pharmacists and lab
professionals to increase the level of awareness
for differential diagnosing of potential
terrorism agents and/or potential disease
outbreaks. Instructors LSU, Poison Control, and
DHH
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Southern Anti-Terrorist Regional Training
Academy (SARTA)
An initiative by the Louisiana Sheriffs
Association, Ascension Parish Sheriffs
Department, Louisiana State Police, Louisiana
State University, and The Louisiana National Guard
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Concept
  • To establish a Regional/National Academy that
    will address counter-terrorism by providing
    training for Homeland Defenders to maximize Law
    Enforcement first responder readiness.
  • Three operational locations south of Baton Rouge.
  • Gillis Long Center, Carville would serve as site
    for academys operation base, academic, housing
    and educational support units.
  • Existing facilities at the Ascension Parish
    Sheriff Departments Training Center
  • 68-acres of donated land adjacent to Ascension
    Parish Sheriffs Office (APSO) firearms training
    center would serve as site of tactical
    operations.

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Potential Complex
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Expanded View
Ready to Use.
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Emergency Medical ServicePartnership
  • Former Hospital
  • 45,000 sq ft renovation to include
  • Classrooms
  • Office Space
  • Trauma Center

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Major Initiative DHH Medical Training Institute
  • Partnering with Louisiana National Guard to
    retrofit Carville facility
  • Architectural retrofitting to meet medical
    training needs
  • To provide trainings from triage to treatment
    continuum
  • - Professional trainings (CE accredited)
  • - Community trainings (interface with other
    entities)
  • Performance based trainings (patient simulators)
  • Anticipated Date for Architectural Completion
    Fall 2004

For more information Louis Cataldie, MD DHH
Medical Training Officer 225-342-3417 Rosanne
Prats, MHA, ScD Executive Director, DHH
Emergency Preparedness 225-342-3417
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Rooming Accommodations
  • Housing to accommodate 50 students in double
    occupancy
  • Rooms completely renovated March 2003

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Human Patient Simulator
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CDC HRSA Hospital Grant
Table-Top Exercises The full day agenda tested
the ability of hospitals, public health, law
enforcement, EMS, HLS/EP, and other emergency
responders to communicate interact effectively in
biological or chemical disasters.
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CDC HRSA Hospital Grant
Community Drills The full-day agenda tested the
application of developed plans by hospitals,
public health, law enforcement, EMS, HLS/EP and
other emergency responders at staged events.
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Ring Vaccine Test
  • Exercise Highlights
  • Validate Smallpox Program Improve children's
    immunization standings
  • 89 Different Vaccine Sites
  • - Office of Public Health Clinics
  • - Clinic Staff
  • - Hospital Nurses
  • Louisiana Immunization for Children System
  • - Notification
  • - Tracking
  • Direction and Control
  • - DHH/OPH Communications
  • - DHH/OPH Emergency Operations Center

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SNS Exercise16-18 Mar 04
  • Exercise Objectives
  • Observe state of readiness Exercise/evaluate
    state readiness to respond to a significant
    biological incident.
  • City, Parish, State Federal Interaction
  • Awareness of response plans Policies
  • Implementation Deployment of Biological
    Response Assets Evaluate effectiveness of
    requesting, receiving, and distributing local and
    federal assets.
  • Medical Capabilities Detection, assessment,
    prevention of disease spread, treatment, and
    resource replenishment.
  • Public Information Employ measures to provide
    timely information to the population and assist
    with message as enabler vs. de-stabler.
    Evaluate media coordination between state and
    federal agencies.
  • Intra / Inter agency communications Evaluate
    redundant methods.

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SNS Exercise16-18 Mar 04
PARTICIPANTS CDC Strategic National Stockpile
Training Set U.S. Marshall Service LA Department
of Health Hospitals/Office Public Health LA
Office Homeland Security Emergency Preparedness
LA State Police LA National Guard Bossier
Parish HLSEP Caddo Parish HLSEP
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