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If you see something

 

We continue to monitor national events and are prepared to take necessary precautions for citizens.  No threat information with regard to Indiana has been identified. Hoosiers are urged to be vigilant in the wake of the most recent attack in Florida.  The Allen County Office of Homeland Security reminds people that “if they see something suspicious, say something” by contacting our office using the contact information above or by using the tabs to the right on this page.  If danger is imminent, call 911.

Severe Weather Preparedness

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Now is the time to prepare for severe weather in Indiana.

Severe weather can happen at any time in Indiana but the Spring and Summer can be a particularly violent time for weather.  Sudden changes in temperature and conditions usually mean violent storms – some capable of causing severe damage and threaten our personal safety.  Take some time today to learn about severe weather in Indiana.  Prepare yourself and your family to be Ready:  Whenever.  Wherever.

To find out more about preparing for severe weather and floods, visit www.GetPrepared.IN.gov. Visit the Ready website at http://www.ready.gov/  or in Spanish at http://www.ready.gov/es .  For preparedness information in other languages visit http://www.ready.gov/languages

Learn more about severe weather preparedness from our Parners in Preparedness at the

National Weather Service of Northern Indiana  nws

pdf2016 Severe Weather Preparedness Brochure