A prepared, safe and resilient Colorado!
To lead and support Colorado’s effort to prevent, protect, mitigate, respond to and recover from all-hazards events.
Our Core Values
The members of DHSEM believe in six Core Values that drive us to success:
SERVICE by exceeding expectations;
TEAMWORK by a unity of effort inspiring collaboration, confidence and trust;
RESPECT by treating everyone with dignity, courtesy and professionalism;
INTEGRITY by upholding the highest ethical standards;
VISION by anticipating and being proactive; and
EXCELLENCE in all we do!
Division Strategic Plan
The Division developed and adopted a Strategic Plan in December 2013.
History of Division
Pursuant to House Bill12-1283, the former Division of Emergency Management moved from the Department of Local Affairs to the newly created Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management under the Colorado Department of Public Safety, effective July 1, 2012. The division is now comprised of three offices:
- Office of Emergency Management [Organization Chart]
- Office of Preparedness [Organization Chart]
- Office of Prevention and Security/CIAC [Organization Chart]