Incident Resource Hotline
New! 2016 Regional Incident Responders Workshops now scheduled. Register using the links below.
Agenda coming soon!
|Southeast Area -- March 7
Kiamichi Technology Center
301 Kiamichi Dr.
McAlester, OK 74501
|Southwest Area -- March 10
Red River Technology Center
3300 W. Bois D’Arc
Duncan, OK 73534
|Northwest Area -- March 21
Autry Technology Center
Oklahoma Room – West End
1201 W. Willow Rd.
Enid, OK 73703
|Northeast Area -- March 24
Tulsa Community College
NE Campus -- Room 2623
3727 E. Apache
Tulsa, OK 74115
|Central Area -- March 31
Francis Tuttle Technology Center
NW Hall D17 50A
12777 N. Rockwell Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73142
What the Incident Resource Hotline Does:
- Allows Local Government and Emergency Responders the ability to pre-identify resources which can be transported.
- Allows Local Government and Emergency Responders the ability to know exactly what they’re receiving when requested.
- Reduces the potential of self-deployment.
- Emphasizes they use of ICS structure.
- Ultimately, capability increases and first responders are less likely to be put in danger.
What the Incident Resource Hotline Doesn’t Do:
- Doesn’t change Incident command.
- Doesn’t require Local Government to move resources when requested by the State.
- Doesn’t automatically move resources expense for local to state.
- Doesn’t bypass Local Emergency Management.