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Emergency Management

521 Weber Street
Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240
Phone (270) 887-6253 
Fax (270) 707-2333 
 
Randy Graham 
Emergency Management Director 
Email: ccem@hesenergy.net 
  
   
The General Assembly overhauled its emergency preparedness system in 1998.  The Division of Emergency Management in the Department of Military Affairs was created to handle emergency situations.  Local governments are required to create and support a local emergency management agency.  Each shall develop, implement, and maintain a local comprehensive emergency management program, which shall include a local emergency operations plan, in accordance with Chapters 39A through 39F of the Kentucky Revised Statutes and executive branch requirements (HB 453, Section 29).  Each does so in conjunction with the Kentucky Emergency Response Commission.
The county judges/executive and the mayors of the cities, and the chief executives of other local governments shall each appoint a director of emergency management, or they may choose to jointly appoint a single director to represent all the local governments. 

A rescue squad grant program was established to assist local rescue squads that are established in accordance with the provisions of KRS Chapter 39F in the execution of their duties.  The rescue squads must comply with the requirements set out in KRS Chapter 39F in order to be considered for the grants.

Christian County’s Emergency Management Director, Randy Graham, has served in this capacity since early 2010.   His duties are to make himself available for response to emergency scenes, command posts, or operations centers and to coordinate emergency response of public and private agencies and organizations.  He regularly attends local and state training programs, in order to keep abreast of current methods of dealing with disaster and emergency preparedness.



2009 Christian County Government 515 Weber Street Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240 Phone (270) 887-4100 Fax (270) 885-7501