Community List

Name Description Members
Emerging law enforcement technology
Discussion on the implementation of new technologies into law enforcement operations. 18
Emotional and Psychological Support Community of Practice
A community to discuss issues relating to Emotional and Psychological Support of both first responders, and civilians affected by crisis. 83
Explosive Detection Canine's
Provide the community with the tools, techniques, and knowledge to better understand, train, and utilize the explosive detection canine 2
Federal Virtual Communities Working Group (VCoP)
The mission of the Federal VCoP Group is to develop and build upon the knowledge and skills of federal government employees and federally funded contractors who are involved with the day-to-day management of VCoPs by developing and supporting a community forum to share practices around key VCoP components, such as development, promotion and community engagement, maintenance and sustainability, and evaluation. The Federal VCoP Group is open to all managers/facilitators of single or multiple VCoPs in the federal government sector. 7
FEMA CBRN Office Regional Coordination
The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Office, Response Directorate, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) supports the all-hazards response mission through the development and maintenance of specialized expertise, capabilities, and programs that help provide the foundation for a coordinated response to CBRN-related threats and incidents. This includes working with the FEMA Regional Offices in the development of policies, plans, procedures, and technical capacity in support of regional CBRN preparedness and incident response activities. Many FEMA Headquarters directorates/offices have a functional counterpart (either a sub-office or an individual point of contact) established within the FEMA Regional Offices. The Regional CBRN Coordinator assignment is not intended to be a full time position at this time and it is understood by all parties that the Regional CBRN Coordinator role is a collateral duty to an individual’s primary job duties. The Regional CBRN Coordinator will be expected to interact with the FEMA Headquarters CBRN office and perform a support role in fostering regional stakeholder collaboration and engagement in areas such as planning, communication, and capacity building; coordinating in specialized subject matter areas which help facilitate real-time incident management communication and coordination; and providing access to specialized knowledge, expertise, and technical capabilities critical to response efforts. Following this proven approach, the FEMA Headquarters CBRN Office and FEMA Regional Offices have collaborated together to establish and support a network of CBRN Coordinators at the regional level. Specifically, up to three Regional CBRN Coordinators (a primary and alternate(s) with exact numbers varying by region) have been designated to support CBRN-specific activities at each FEMA Regional Office. 13
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