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MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF
There’s an adage that surfaces around the emergency community from time to time, “Know what you don’t know.” On the surface, the adage may have little meaning. But its intended meaning is a little more insightful: be prepared for anything, especially for what you can’t predict.
TEXAS STATE GUARD: HELPING INDIVIDUALS IN A TIME OF NEED
Brooks County has had a tragic history over the last several years recovering over 350 human remains. Usually the Brooks County Sheriff’s Department learns about human remains from undocumented persons who have entered the United States across the Texas/Mexico border.
WHEN DISASTER STRIKES: IS YOUR FAMILY PREPARED?
Have you ever thought about what would happen if you and your family were affected by a natural disaster? Have you made a disaster plan? Do you have a ready kit for your family if needed? These areas are often overlooked by most people and can create further chaos to an already hectic situation.
TEXAS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT BRIEFS, TIPS AND LINKS
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