Connecticut Law
Title 28 Civil Preparedness And Emergency Services


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Connecticut Laws | Title 28 Civil Preparedness And Emergency Services

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CHAPTER 517 CIVIL PREPAREDNESS. DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND HOMELAND SECURITY

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Sec. 28-1. Definitions.

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Sec. 28-1a. Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security. Commissioner. Qualifications and duties. Organization of department. Regulations. Interagency memorandum of understanding. Transfer of functions, powers, duties and personnel to department.

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Sec. 28-1b. State-wide Emergency Management and Homeland Security Coordinating Council: Duties; members; chairpersons; meetings; vacancies; annual report.

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Secs. 28-1c to 28-1g.

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Sec. 28-1h. Direct allocation of financial assistance to municipalities or local or regional agencies.

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Sec. 28-1i. Annual report to General Assembly re state-wide emergency management and homeland security activities.

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Sec. 28-1j. Designation of hazard zone re liquefied natural gas terminal: Recommendations; approval; notice; hearings; vote; notification.

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Sec. 28-1k. Designation of security zone re liquefied natural gas terminal: Recommendations; approval; notice; hearing; vote; notification.

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Sec. 28-2. Emergency management. Director. Office.

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Sec. 28-3. Political activity.

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Sec. 28-4. Agreements with other states. Local offices.

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Sec. 28-5. Preparation for civil preparedness. Subpoenas. Comprehensive plan and program for civil preparedness. Training programs. Cooperation by other state agencies. Orders and regulations.

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Sec. 28-6. Mutual aid or mobile support units.

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Sec. 28-7. Local and joint organizations: Organization; powers; temporary aid.

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Sec. 28-8. Outside aid by local police, fire or other preparedness forces.

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Sec. 28-8a. Municipal chief executive officers' powers during emergency. Benefits for certain persons assisting during emergency. Procedure for payment.

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Sec. 28-8b. Use of nerve agent antidote medications.

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Sec. 28-9. Civil preparedness or public health emergency; Governor's powers. Modification or suspension of statutes, regulations or other requirements.

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Sec. 28-9a. Governor's further powers.

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Sec. 28-9b. Governor's authority concerning federal loans to state political subdivisions.

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Sec. 28-9c. Removal of debris or wreckage. Governor's powers.

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Sec. 28-9d. Federal assistance for individual or family disaster-related expenses.

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Sec. 28-10. Special session of General Assembly.

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Sec. 28-11. Taking of property during emergency.

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Sec. 28-12. Loyalty oath. Roster of members.

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Sec. 28-13. Immunity from liability. Penalty for denial of access to property during civil preparedness emergency.

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Sec. 28-14. Compensation for death, disability or injury.

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Sec. 28-14a. Compensation of volunteers with volunteer organizations that conduct homeland security drills. Compensation for injury, disability or death.

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Sec. 28-15. Federal aid.

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Sec. 28-16. Stockpile of supplies.

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Sec. 28-17. Employees not to be discharged for civil preparedness activity or eligibility for induction.

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Sec. 28-18. Execution of orders and regulations.

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Sec. 28-19. Appointees to be fingerprinted.

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Sec. 28-20. Agreements for storage of federally-owned property.

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Sec. 28-21. Use of premises as shelter.

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Sec. 28-22. Penalty.

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CHAPTER 517a INTRASTATE MUTUAL AID COMPACT

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Sec. 28-22a. Intrastate Mutual Aid Compact.

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Secs. 28-22b and 28-22c.

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CHAPTER 517b INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE COMPACT

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Sec. 28-22d. International Emergency Management Assistance Compact.

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CHAPTER 518 (INTERSTATE CIVIL DEFENSE AND DISASTER COMPACT) EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE COMPACT

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Sec. 28-23. Interstate Civil Defense and Disaster Compact.

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Sec. 28-23a. Emergency Management Assistance Compact.

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CHAPTER 518a* EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNICATIONS

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Sec. 28-24. Office of State-Wide Emergency Telecommunications. Enhanced 9-1-1 system. Funding.

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Sec. 28-25. Enhanced 9-1-1 telephone system. Definitions.

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Sec. 28-25a. Responsibilities of telephone companies and municipalities.

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Sec. 28-25b. Public safety answering points. Automatic alarms or alerting devices. Private safety answering points. Report. Emergency medical dispatch.

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Sec. 28-26. Conversion of coin telephones for provision of enhanced 9-1-1 service.

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Sec. 28-27. Implementation of enhanced 9-1-1 service. Technical and operational standards. Regulations.

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Sec. 28-27a. Municipalities to submit utilization plans.

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Sec. 28-28. Emergency service requests from outside of jurisdiction. Advertisement of emergency telephone numbers other than 9-1-1 prohibited.

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Sec. 28-28a. Provision of subscriber information: Permitted purposes; agreement. Immunity from liability.

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Sec. 28-28b. Municipal responsibilities.

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Sec. 28-29. Institution of civil proceedings by Attorney General.

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Sec. 28-29a. E 9-1-1 Commission.

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Sec. 28-29b. Annual report to General Assembly.

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Sec. 28-30. Definitions. Certification of telecommunicators and instructors. Revocation, suspension or refusal to renew certification. Automatic certification. Indemnification. Regulations.

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Sec. 28-30a. Enhanced 9-1-1 Telecommunications Fund.

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Sec. 28-30b. Definitions.

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Sec. 28-30c. Active prepaid wireless telephone service providers. Assessment of subscriber fee.

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Sec. 28-30d. VOIP service providers. Assessment of subscriber fee.

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CHAPTER 518b NUCLEAR PREPAREDNESS

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Sec. 28-31. Nuclear safety emergency preparedness: Account; program; plan.

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CHAPTER 518c PHARMACEUTICAL PREPAREDNESS

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Sec. 28-32. Pharmaceutical preparedness: Definitions. Transfer or distribution of drugs or controlled substances during emergency.

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Sec. 28-32a. Pharmaceutical preparedness: Inventory report. Confidentiality of information. Regulations. Penalties.

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