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Homeland Security

Southeast Michigan Urban Area Initiative (SEMI UASI)

Wayne County Homeland Security & Emergency Management is part of the Southeast Michigan Urban Area Security Initiative.

The Southeast Michigan UASI Board was established in June 2006, in order to facilitate regional Homeland Security activities in a region set up by the Michigan State Police Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division. The region consists of the City of Detroit and the Counties of Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw and Wayne.

SEMI UASI mission

The SEMI UASI mission is to support and enhance the preparedness of the Southeast Michigan UASI Region, the state and the nation with the implementation of effective Homeland Security programs and strategic initiatives accomplished by providing our emergency responder community, and ultimately our citizens, with the resources and training needed for a safer and more secure community. The SEMI UASI provides responsible leadership, planning and direction in the execution of our grant supported projects through effective management and astute fiscal responsibility at all levels and at all times.

SEMI UASI Officers

Chair - Donna Northern, Detroit County
Vice Chair - Mark Hammond, Monroe County
Secretary - Tadarial Sturdivant, Wayne County