Director Attends G-271V Course on Hazardous Weather & Flooding Preparedness

In our ongoing effort to increase situational awareness, Camden County’s EMD Sam Henley is attending the G-271V Course on Hazardous Weather & Flooding Preparedness. This course provides training for local and state emergency managers who respond to hazardous weather events, while promoting partnership and coordination between the National Weather Service (NWS) and emergency managers. TheContinue reading “Director Attends G-271V Course on Hazardous Weather & Flooding Preparedness”

This Week’s Update from the Director

Another busy week here at the EMA! First, we want to thank the amazing CERT members who volunteered on Saturday and/or Sunday to help run the First Aid Tent at Captain Ron’s for the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout. The weather cooperated and the CERTs handled some easy first aid calls to ease the burdenContinue reading “This Week’s Update from the Director”

An Update from the Director

Greetings, all! Sam here! We’re working hard to fill the position of Deputy Director! We’ve completed the first round of interviews and we’re moving certain individuals forward to the second stage of the process. It will take a week or two to complete the next stage and then we hope to give our new DeputyContinue reading “An Update from the Director”

An Update from the Director!

Greetings, all! Sam here! Another whirlwind week is coming to an end (okay, not really) and I wanted to update you all on the work we have accomplished this week! On Monday, we met with a church group who was interested in becoming an emergency shelter in case of a large scale emergency. They haveContinue reading “An Update from the Director!”

Sam’s Adventures in Leadership Camden County Part 10-Game Over!

This post has been a long time coming! Deputy Director Sam Henley is a member of the 26th class of Leadership Camden County! Former Director Ron Gentry nominated Sam so she could begin building a network here in Camden County and begin learning about our county through the eyes of the organizations, agencies, and businesses whoContinue reading “Sam’s Adventures in Leadership Camden County Part 10-Game Over!”

An Update from the Director!

Greetings, all! Sam here! Since my appointment as Director of the EMA on August 2, 2021, I have hit the ground running! My first week looked like this: Meeting in Moberly with a fellow Emergency Management Director (EMD), CPR/AED/First Aid training with the Camden County Health Department (THANK YOU, KATIE!), Background check information for myselfContinue reading “An Update from the Director!”

Deputy Director Appointed as New Director of EMA!

A message from Director Rod Sederwall: I have spent the last 7 months as the Director of Camden County EMA. It has truly opened my eyes to a new world of First Responders. Not in the immediate response to the scene as I have done for the last 41 years but as one who getsContinue reading “Deputy Director Appointed as New Director of EMA!”

Sam’s Adventures in Leadership Camden County Part 9

Deputy Director Sam Henley is a member of the 26th class of Leadership Camden County! Former Director Ron Gentry nominated Sam so she could begin building a network here in Camden County and begin learning about our county through the eyes of the organizations, agencies, and businesses who serve our area! LEADERSHIP CAMDEN COUNTY NATURAL RESOURCESContinue reading “Sam’s Adventures in Leadership Camden County Part 9”

Sam’s Adventures in Leadership Camden County Part 8

Deputy Director Sam Henley is a member of the 26th class of Leadership Camden County! Former Director Ron Gentry nominated Sam so she could begin building a network here in Camden County and begin learning about our county through the eyes of the organizations, agencies, and businesses who serve our area! My how time flies; timeContinue reading “Sam’s Adventures in Leadership Camden County Part 8”