Emergency Management and Homeland Security

Overview

The Mid-America Regional Council helps strengthen the region’s emergency services and homeland security capabilities to protect, prepare, respond and recover. Through MARC, the region coordinates plans and gains access to high-quality training, exercises, technology and equipment. 

MARC’s role includes:

  • Convening individuals, local governments and organizations to support the region’s efforts to ensure our communities can effectively face hazards and threats. 
  • Coordinating training and exercises for agencies across the region.
  • Providing resources to advance the region’s ability to respond and recover.
Emergency services responding to an incident

Programs

Person packing emergency supplies in a bag

Emergency Preparedness

MARC helps state and local jurisdictions across our region work together to maximize their ability to anticipate and manage catastrophic events. 

Man with handheld radio

Homeland Security

MARC coordinates efforts to secure and protect our region from security threats.

Family reviewing an emergency evacuation plan

Outreach

Explore MARC programs and resources dedicated to public education and awareness around emergencies and preparedness. 

Emergency services group in a training exercise

Training and Exercise

Explore emergency services and homeland security training and exercise opportunities available throughout our region.

Kansas City Regional

Fusion Center

The Kansas City Regional Fusion Center (RFC) brings local, state and federal law enforcement officials together with public and private organizations to detect, deter and respond to terrorist threats in the Greater Kansas City community.