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|HS State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) Laptops and Equipment Phase II 2017 (pdf)
This grant provides funds to procure laptop computers and misc. equipment for the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC). The state has made significant investments in conducting training and exercising for staff to prevent, protect against, mitigate, and respond to, and recover from potential terrorist attacks and other hazards. Currently, the SEOC replaced older laptops that need to be updated with current industry standards. The updated technology expanded upon current capabilities, allowing for a coordinated operational response among state and local partners, enhanced capability for information sharing, and resource management capabilities.
|HS ALERT SWAT Leadership Training 2019 (pdf)
This funding opportunity will allow the Winnebago County Sheriff's Office to host leadership training for personnel from the Aligned Law Enforcement Response Teams. The training will provide leadership training to tactical officers that will enhance their understanding and proficiency in leading a tactical team.
|HS ALERT SWAT Night Vision Equipment 2019 (2) (pdf)
This grant will support the Aligned Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) initiative by allowing the ALERT Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) teams to purchase night vision and thermal imaging equipment for use in high-risk situations to identify target areas.
WEM will provide grant funds for the purchase equipment that enhances night operations that will afford tactical officers the ability to utilize specialized thermal and infrared equipment. This will include the equipment and accessories for such equipment.
|HS Southeast Wisconsin Threat Analysis Center (STAC) Operations 2019 (pdf)
WEM will provide grant funds to help maintain the Southeastern Wisconsin Threat Analysis Center's (STAC) certifications, and capabilities. Funds will be used for travel/training, equipment, and operational costs such as software. The technology software will provide the STAC the ability to maintain staff certifications and capabilities. The STAC is considered to be an all crimes, all threats, information sharing fusion center for the eight counties in southeastern Wisconsin and the state as a whole. The STACs mission is to gather, receive, analyze, and disseminate relevant information and intelligence to various law enforcement, fire service, emergency management, public health, military, and private sector partners in a concise and expedient manner to effectively protect the citizens
|HS Southeast Wisconsin Threat Analysis Center (STAC) Intelligence & Infrastructure Protection Analyst 2019 (pdf)
WEM will provide grant funds to Southeastern Threat Analysis Center (STAC) for the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Intelligence Analyst position. This position will collect, research, and analyzes threats relating to critical infrastructure for the STAC Area Of Responsibility and surrounding area, present briefings to key personnel and agency partners, and provide support to the STAC's public and private sector partners, assist in Terrorism Liaison Officer fundamental training, production of STAC intelligence products, and other various information and intelligence briefings. In addition, will coordinate with local public and private sector facility representatives with site visits and assessments to provide Vulnerability Assessments and related resources in the furtherance of the National Preparedness Goals Core Capabilities of Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, and to further the information sharing mission of the STAC.
|HS ALERT SWAT Ridgid Hull Inflatable Boat 2019 (pdf)
This grant will support the Aligned Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) initiative by allowing the Brown County Sheriff's Office to purchase a ridged hull inflatable boat (RHIB) to use during maritime operations and dive responses as well as a trailer to transport the boat.
The funding will allow the Brown County Sheriff's Office to purchase a boat capable of handling maritime operations in the Great lakes with a high-performance and high-capacity unsinkable boat constructed with stable, light, fast and seaworthy material.
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