<strong>Lincoln-Lancaster County Emergency Management</strong>

Lincoln-Lancaster County Emergency Management

Lincoln-Lancaster County Emergency Management is a joint city-county agency authorized by city ordinance, county resolution, city-county inter-local agreement, and state statutes.

Emergency Management’s primary functions include: planning and preparing for continuity of operations during disasters and declared emergencies; acting as liaison between emergency management agencies and city-county executives; preparing and maintaining the EOC for use at any time; developing and maintaining city-county warning systems; training storm spotters and coordinating storm watch operations; planning and conducting preparedness and response planning; assisting schools, hospitals, nursing homes, business, and industry in developing and implementing ‘all hazards’ plans.

The systems installed by Electronic Contracting Company allow operating personnel to display, record, and communicate vital information.


System Installed

•  Audio/Visual
      ▪  High-Definition Digital Video Annotator
            ◦  With Guidebar Control
      ▪  Digital A/V Distribution & Management
      ▪  Crestron Control System
      ▪  In-Ceiling Loudspeakers
      ▪  Video Projection
      ▪  Power Amplifier
      ▪  Video Displays
      ▪  PTZ Camera

•  Custom Software
      ▪  To Locate Storm Spotters

 
 

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