Our team of researchers work around the state and the country, sharing their research and offering training on disaster preparedness and response. We work to help Nebraskans effectively respond to the psychological effects of terrorism and disaster. As we build to our big premiere, check out this first excerpt from our new promotional video, which […]
Nebraska Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) Archives - University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
The Nebraska State Emergency Response Commission (SERC) consists of representatives from state and local government, including fire, law, public health, schools, industry, transportation, and the public. The Commission oversees the activities of Local Emergency Planning Committees in identifying and preparing for potential risks from hazardous chemicals. The Public Policy Center helps facilitate strategic planning for […]
The Public Policy Center is partnering with Nebraska Emergency Management and Two Rivers Public Health Department in a project funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security focused on countering violent extremism (CVE). The project focuses on identification of barriers to reporting potential signs of radicalization and preferred community strategies for addressing these barriers, especially […]
The goal of Nebraska’s homeland security planning project is to engage local jurisdictions in regional planning that strengthens and integrates local, regional and state emergency management plans and processes. Planning capabilities will be sustained via establishment of a statewide planning community. The University of Nebraska Public Policy Center provides technical assistance to enhance the capacity […]
This program of research is multi-disciplinary but grounded in behavioral science principles. The research team engages in research opportunities that will add to the general body of knowledge while enhancing the real-world practice of threat assessment. For more information, please visit the threat assessment web site.