Colorado Homeland Security Strategy
The main purpose of the Colorado Homeland Security Strategy (CHSS) to ensure a prepared, safe and resilient Colorado. This document will enhance Colorado’s capabilities in the five mission areas of prevention, protection, mitigation, response and recovery; as well as the four additional functional areas of training and exercise, planning, cybersecurity and preparedness. The CHSS will also guide Colorado’s utilization of grant programs. The strategy implements an integrated and actionable framework that emphasizes the unity of purpose between state, local and federal governmental entities, non-governmental entities, and private sector stakeholders.
Colorado Homeland Security Strategy Dashboard
The Colorado DHSEM maintains the dashboard for the CHSS to share progress. View the CHSS Dashboard.
- 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.