NCCU, IHSS win Department of Homeland Security grant
The North Carolina Central University Institute for Homeland Security and Workforce Development and the Triangle-based Institute for Homeland Security Solutions have won a U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant to help faith-based and community organizations become better prepared to handle emergencies, NCCU said Wednesday.
The $238,992 grant from Homeland Security’s Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives will fund an effort led by NCCU to study emergency planning in Miami area, where community groups have much experience dealing with diverse population groups in emergency situations such as a hurricane. Full Article
Institute for Homeland Security Solutions opens in RTP (9/3/2008)