Shared Top Border

Home |  Search |  Departments

  
A Division of General Services Department
To EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER Page
 
OES Navigation

Office of Emergency Services
Main Page

     Robert J. Cabral
     Agricultural Center
     2101 E. Earhart Avenue,
     Suite 300
     Stockton, CA 95206
     209-953-6200 Phone
     209-953-6268 Fax

DIRECTOR OF
EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

         Michael R. Cockrell

  GENERAL INFORMATION

  EMERGENCY INFORMATION

  PROGRAMS/SERVICES

Click here to download and install acrobat reader on your computerClick here to heve te page verified for ADA compliance

MISSION STATEMENT

NATURE OF OES

  • Function: The OES function is to coordinate planning, preparing, and training for, responding to, and recovering from, emergencies for the San Joaquin Operational Area.
  • Profile: 1) Created 1950’s to prepare for disasters, and “cold War” threats, 2) Is a combination of 14 Full and Part Time federal certified and trained staff, a budget of $800,000, maintains several vehicles, communications, and Emergency Operations facilities, 3) Organized under Management, Planning/Intelligence, Logistics, and Finance/Administration, 4) Activities meet and exceeds state and federal annual goals and objectives, 5) reputation, and standing in services, are assessed quarterly, and satisfactory, if not, then adjusted by local, state, and federal jurisdictions and agencies.

VISION STATEMENT

At the Office of Emergency Services, our vision is a secure and safe whole community that:

  1. A countywide emergency management organization that prepares, trains, responds, and recovers, in a standardized and coordinated effort in compliance with SEMS and NIMS.
  2. A community that has prepared family, businesses, and property to survive the consequences of an emergency.

MISSION STATEMENT

Office of Emergency Services mission is to minimize or reduce injury, loss of life, environmental, and property damage from emergencies within San Joaquin County, specifically:

  1. Develop and revise emergency plans and programs.
  2. Recommend ordinances, resolutions, rules, and agreements to implement plans.
  3. Mobilize the County Emergency Organization and County equipment.
  4. Coordinate emergency response activities.
  5. Perform duties within an organizational area organization as assigned through agreement with cities and special districts.
  6. Conduct educational programs related to emergency plans and programs.
  7. Shall have other powers and duties assigned by Director of Emergency Services or the County Administrator.

CORE VALUES STATEMENT

At the Office of Emergency Services, we hold ourselves accountable for creating a secure, safe, prepared community. We always want the community to be able to say about the way we do our work “OES knows what is needed to prepare San Joaquin County for emergencies.”

The End Values

  1. We accomplish what we hold ourselves accountable for.
  2. Each and every one of us is creating the future, every day, whether consciously or not.

The Means Values

  1. Everyone and everything is interconnected and interdependent, whether we acknowledge that or not.
  2. “Being the change we want to see” means walking the talk of our values.
  3. Strength builds upon our strengths, not our weaknesses.
  4. Jurisdictions, organizations, and individuals will go where our systems lead them.

Shared Bottom Border
Contact Webmaster |  Site Index |  Traduzca esta paginación |  Legal and Privacy Information
© San Joaquin County 2009