Emergency Management

The Office of Emergency Management, a division of Public Safety, has the primary responsibility of the emergency management function at Stockton University. Stockton University Emergency Management follows the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recommendation of an “all-hazards whole community” approach to emergency management planning.

The four phases of Emergency Management make up a continuous cycle of planning and action undertaken by Stockton Office of Emergency Management to ensure Stockton University maintains a comprehensive approach to Emergency Management, while maximizing the safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors.

This phase-based model is based on an understanding that disasters are events that continue over a period of time and that can be described in terms of a life cycle.

Stockton University Office of Emergency Management adheres to the concept of best practices, which allows for constant innovation based upon the successes and failure of other emergency management programs nationwide and around the world.

You can contact the Stockton University Office of Emergency Management at (609) 652-4762 or by email at EmergencyManagement@stockton.edu or dial 9-1-1 if there is an emergency.

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