HSAC

Committee Information

The Homeland Security and All-Hazards Senior Advisory Committee (HSAC) is a 21 member committee established pursuant to Colorado Revised Statute 24-33.5-1614.  The committee was established on June 4, 2012.  The executive director for the Colorado Department of Public Safety is the committee chair.  The Director of the Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is the State Homeland Security Advisor.  
 

Homeland Security and All-Hazards Framework

This Homeland Security & All-Hazards Strategic Framework was prepared by the State of Colorado Homeland Security and All-Hazards Senior Advisory Committee (HSAC) to  provide broad, strategic direction and guidance for the stakeholders of Colorado’s Homeland Security program. This strategy complies with applicable Federal and State requirements and supports the National Preparedness Goal and other associated guidelines.

Committee Mission

The Homeland Security and All-Hazards Senior Advisory Committee's mission is to assist the state in becoming better able to prevent, protect, mitigate, respond, and recover from those threats and hazards posing greatest risk to Colorado.  
 

Committee Responsibilities

  • provide advice and counsel to the the State Homeland Security Advisor;
  • formulate recommendations on the State Homeland Security Strategy;
  • review grant funding applications; and
  • provide policy guidance to the new Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.  

Committee By-Laws