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Level 1 Camden County EOC Activation Meaning:

Every first responder agency, partner organization, volunteers, etc. named in the county’s Local Emergency Operations Plan, up to and including state and federal offices, should physically send a representative to the EOC to operate and communicate information directly to and from their agency. Previously mentioned systems used for observations are used.

Level 2 Camden County EOC Activation Meaning:

Every first responder agency, partner organization, volunteers, etc. named in the county’s Local Emergency Operations Plan, up to and including state offices, should physically send a representative to the EOC to operate and communicate information directly to and from their agency. No Federal Level involvement is included. Previously mentioned systems used for observations are used.

Level 3 Camden County EOC Activation Meaning:

Every first responder agency, partner organization, volunteers, etc. named in the county’s Local Emergency Operations Plan, should physically send a representative to the EOC to operate and communicate information directly to and from their agency. No Federal or State Level involvement is included. Previously mentioned systems used for observations are used.

Level 4 Camden County EOC Activation Meaning:

Observational status. The Director and Deputy Director, along with some select CERT/ARES/LASS volunteers will observe and document a potential danger, such as a severe or winter weather system. The following systems are used to gather as much raw data as possible to keep our county and city partners updated on the status of operations: WebEOC, NWSChat Live, local news and weather channels, social media, direct phone, email, and radio communications (professional -including county and MOSWIN- and amateur), Mass Notification System (Nixle for Camden County until it is changed in 2022), and storm spotters.

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