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Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)
The Norfolk Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) is the overarching group of emergency managers from various sectors and levels of government . 

Meeting the third Wednesday of each month, the intent of this committee is to not only build critical relationships, but to facilitate cross-sector collaboration and information sharing.  Furthermore, the group discusses capabilities, concerns and realistic expectations, shares planning initiatives and otherwise synergizes training and exercise opportunities.

To further refine and focus efforts, members of the LEPC also meet periodically based on their Emergency Support Function (ESF).  ESFs are mechanisms for grouping functions most frequently used in support of responding to natural and man-made incidents. 

 

LEPC Materials- 


Emergency Management Program Subcommittee