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New Jersey Statutes, Title: App.A, EMERGENCY AND TEMPORARY ACTS

    Chapter 9: Removal of member of local defense council

      Section: App.A:9-68: Duties of task force.

          
5. The primary duties of the task force shall include, but not be limited to:

a. The development of proposals to preserve, protect and sustain domestic security and to ensure a comprehensive program of domestic preparedness. The task force shall formulate proposals for operational plans relative to domestic security, using inter-agency expertise, coordination and resource planning to meet and address the need to prevent terrorist attacks, to mitigate their impact, and to prepare and plan for the various responses required in the event of a terrorist attack. In carrying out this function, the task force shall identify and assess potential risks to the domestic security and well-being of New Jersey's citizens, including risks to, and disruptions of, essential State and local infrastructures, transportation networks, public and private telecommunications and information networks, financial systems and networks, the delivery and availability of essential health care services, and the potential impact of terroristic chemical, biological and nuclear attacks or sabotage.

b. The development, implementation and management of comprehensive responses to any terrorist attack or any other technological disaster and the effective administration, management and coordination of remediation and recovery actions and responses following any such attack or disaster. In this regard, the task force shall be charged with managing responses in accordance with the State Emergency Operations Plan and serve as an all-hazards response center. The disaster remediation, recovery and response functions performed by the task force shall supplement those disaster relief functions currently performed by the Office of Emergency Management in the Division of State Police, which shall continue in its current capacity, subject to the direction and supervision of the Superintendent of State Police. The task force and Office of Emergency Management shall coordinate and consult with each other on the performance of their respective remediation, recovery and relief functions.

L.2001,c.246,s.5.



This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:57.






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