2012 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 28 - Civil Preparedness and Emergency Services
Chapter 517 - Civil Preparedness, Emergency Management and Homeland Security
Section 28-1l - Annual report to General Assembly re homeland preparedness and emergency response planning and activities for children.


CT Gen Stat § 28-1l (2012) What's This?

On or before January 1, 2012, and annually thereafter, the Commissioner of Emergency Services and Public Protection shall report to the General Assembly, in accordance with section 11-4a, on planning and activities for children and youth as part of homeland preparedness and emergency response planning for natural disasters, man-made disasters and terrorism. The report shall include provisions that address (1) the distinct health needs of children for purposes of bioterrorism and other public health emergency preparedness, (2) public education and communications for families concerning public safety issues relating to disasters and terrorism, (3) training in safety and security measures and multihazard response plans for child care providers, school personnel and personnel in before and after school programs, family homeless shelters, summer camps and juvenile justice system facilities, (4) coordination of school health and mental health strategies, and (5) the amendments to the state civil preparedness plan and program made pursuant to subsection (c) of section 28-5.

(P.A. 11-51, S. 134; 11-66, S. 1.)

History: P.A. 11-66 effective July 1, 2011; pursuant to P.A. 11-51, “Commissioner of Emergency Management and Homeland Security” was changed editorially by the Revisors to “Commissioner of Emergency Services and Public Protection”, effective July 1, 2011.

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