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     Robert J. Cabral
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     2101 E. Earhart Avenue,
     Suite 300
     Stockton, CA 95206
     209-953-6200 Phone
     209-953-6268 Fax

DIRECTOR OF
EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

         Michael R. Cockrell

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San Joaquin Operational Area - XSJ MACS (Multi-Agency Coordination System)

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MACS MODE - 3    (MACS structure)

National Terrorism Advisory System: Current Alerts 

Update: 27-July-2015                                                 Event Name: Lowell Incident

WHAT: Resources availability From MACS Mode-2 to Mode-3. The range is Mode-1 to Mode-4 (the worst)

WHERE: San Joaquin County

WHY: The San Joaquin Operational Area has increased its MACS Mode from 2 to 3 due to two strike teams being deployed to the Lowell Incident in Nevada County.

Mode 3 reflects a serious situation where at least one discipline requires the use of extensive mutual aid to handle the incident. It is based on the need for coordinated resource tracking information sharing situation analysis, advanced planning and/or additional logistical support. An assessment is made on whether to partially activate the County MACS EOC to support basic MACS responsibilities, including logistical support damage assessment, and communications.

Examples of events that would lead to Mode 3 operations include:
*Civil disturbance from labor strike impacting law enforcement resources
*Medical disaster declared (larger than MCI), heavily impacting medical resources
*Large illegal animal shelter impacting animal control resources
*Fire incidents requiring more than two strike teams

WHO: All San Joaquin County jurisdictions agencies.

CARE & SHELTER

Care & Shelter Operations (Evacuations, care shelters, shelter-in-place)

Find a Open Shelter - American Red Cross

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SITREPS - Situation Reports

STATUS BOARDS

FLASH REPORTS:

SITUATION REPORTS:

DAMAGE ASSESSMENT:

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Highway Emergency Warnings

Energy Conditions - ISO

MAPS, PHOTOS, GRAPHS

MAPS:

PHOTOS:

GRAPHS:

OTHER MAPS:

 

SUPPORT INFORMATION

Emergency Phone Numbers

Recovery Operations

Response Forms

Supply Vendors

Damaged Document Recovery

 

 

  HYDROLOGY & WEATHER

Quick Weather/Hydrology Summary
Severe Weather Summary-North SJ Valley
Stockton Daily Climate Report

WARNINGS & WATCHES:
Weather Statements/Warnings Index

CURRENT CONDITIONS:
Current Reservoir Status
Rivers & Dams Status
Bay-Delta Current Wind Pattern
RAWS Observation Map
North Calif. Rain Totals
Sacramento Radar

Stockton-current observations:
- Air Quality
- Weather conditions
- Heat Index

FORECASTS:
Forecast-Stockton Area
Fire Weather
Interior N. Calif. Discussion
Quantitative Precipitation Forecast (QPF)

EOC E-MAIL

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Planning/Intell Section
Logistics Section
Information Officer
Agency Reps, other staff

 

 

 
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