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Welcome to the Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security's (OKOHS) Website.

The SNS is now live and can be accessed from the SAFECOM Website or copy and paste the following web address into your browser: Public safety agencies and departments (e.g., law enforcement, fire, emergency medical services (EMS), 9-1-1 call centers/public safety answering point (PSAP), emergency management agencies (EMA), and public safety NGOs) are encouraged to complete the Survey.

Please contact SWIC Nikki Cassingham, or questions can be submitted to and

** FEMA Announces Notice of Funding Opportunity on Program to Prepare Communities for Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attacks. Click HERE for more information.**
Invitation to FEMA Webinars: Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attacks (CCTA) Program Grants, and Non-Disaster Grants System 3.0 


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Click to view the OKOHS Training Calendar

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Oklahoma’s history is rich with examples of overcoming adversity. From the Dust Bowl to the 2007 ice storm, from the worst domestic terrorist attack on American soil to the emergencies we face day in and day out––Oklahomans are well-versed in disaster response and resiliency. We continually face new and different challenges when it comes to maintaining our way of life. In our state, planning for disaster is more than just a good idea; it is imperative. Oklahomans know all too well that it’s not if but when a disaster will affect them or their community. Because of this mind set, a standard has been set for the way Oklahomans handle adversity. This “Oklahoma Standard” has become somewhat of a mantra for those charged with public safety in the state and it is the underlying force behind all we do to protect the lives and well-being of Oklahomans. 

It is the mission of the Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security (OKOHS) to exhaust every effort in order to make our state a safe place to live. Thank you for visiting our Web site. Here you'll find detailed information on what we do. OKOHS has administered well over $100 million in federal Department of Homeland Security grant funding to prevent terrorism, protect our citizens and respond to and recover from disasters. We encourage you to visit our site often to stay informed about our various projects and the ways we are supporting our Homeland Security partners both at the state and local levels.


*Please do not contact OKOHS regarding immigration or customs related issues. For assistance with these matters, please call 1-800-375-5283.