Allied Response

December 2006
Fire Chief;Dec2006, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p84
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The article presents an interview with Jim Riley, chairman of the newly formed State Urban Search and Rescue Alliance. When asked how is the operation set up within New Jersey, he said that what they have in New Jersey has been fairly recent in development. Regarding the issues on the orders to deploy and the chain of command, he said that in New Jersey they come under the Office of Emergency Management; that is who deploys them.


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