District 8. Monroe County Brown County Bartholomew County Lawrence County Jackson County Orange County Washington County. District Data. Insert District Data here: Counties 2000 2006 Monroe 120,563 122,613
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Counties 2000 2006
Monroe 120,563 122,613
Brown 14,957 15,071
Bartholomew 71,435 74,444
Lawrence 45,922 46,413
Jackson 41,335 42,404
Orange 19,306 19,659
Washington 27,223 28,062
*Note: 2000 is actual census data, 2006 is estimate by U.S. Census Bureau Fact Finder
Hazardous Materials Incident
Public Health Emergencies
Disasters and emergencies can occur at any time. Past history has proven that counties may not always have all the resources needed to save lives and protect property. Standing alone we can might win the battle, but together we can win the war.
Made up of volunteers from emergency responders throughout the entire district.
Task Force Commander – responsible for all operations of the task force:
Fire: list apparatus and personnel
Law Enf.: list equipment and personnel
EMS: list equipment and personnel
Medical: list various medical components and personnel
Public Health: Personnel and Medical Expertise
Planning - individuals who prepare actions plan during the response phase and recovery phase
Finance – individuals who keep track of purchases, records, reimbursement procedures, etc.
Logistics- persons who set up the staging areas, provide responders with the materials they need to be effective.
Safety Officer – monitors operations to ensure all individuals remain safe during the response operations.
Public Information – assists with press releases, media relations and is the official spokesperson the task force.
It is crucial that elected officials offer support to the task force. We want to be the best prepared, equipped, and trained district in the State of Indiana. By joining all of our forces together hazards are mitigated, we are better prepared, lives and property can be saved thus lessening the economical impact disasters have on communities.
United we stand, divided we fall.