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What does DEM stand for?
DEM stands for Division of Emergency Management
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Rick Scott and Florida's Division of Emergency Management was made before Scott signed H.
Reports are still incoming," Mike Sprayberry, deputy director of the North Carolina Division of Emergency Management, said Sunday morning.
The main threat from Tropical Storm Claudette is heavy downpours and isolated tornadoes today and tonight in the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend counties," the Florida Division of Emergency Management warned in a statement.
For more information about disaster assistance after Hurricane Ike, see the Louisiana Emergency Management Web site or the Texas Division of Emergency Management site.
But the incident also called on the skills of the Consumer Protection Division, which was involved in restaurant inspections, and the Emergency Preparedness and Response Division, which helped the state's Division of Emergency Management (DEM) in coordinating the response.
Finding the resources to ensure compliance with all of these new rules that take effect on October 1 will be a major challenge for local jurisdictions, says Karen Paulsen, former assistant director of preparedness and training for the Arizona Division of Emergency Management.
Lewis, an analyst with UBS, writes that losses from Hurricane Charley, a Category 4 hurricane, are estimated to top $15 billion, citing information provided by the Florida Division of Emergency Management.