2010 Wisconsin Homeland Security Report Released
Wisconsin’s Homeland Security Council was created in 2002 to prevent and respond to threats to the state’s residents from a wide array of natural and man-made threats from cyber attacks on critical information technology infrastructure to pandemic influenza to terrorism threats. The Council’s membership is made up of representatives from law enforcement, state agencies, and the National Guard. The Homeland Security Council recently released their 2010 report summarizing their activities, use of federal and state dollars, and progress on initiatives. The report is available online at the link above.