The Capitol Region Emergency Planning Council (CREPC) officially adopted by-laws on November 19, 2001 when it became a council of the Public Safety Council. Forty-one communities are located in DEMHS Region 3 and respond via the Region's Regional Emergency Support Plan (RESP) (formerly known as the RED Plan). Twenty-eight municipalities use CREPC as their Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). For more information, please see the State’s Local Emergency Planning Committee webpage.
There are currently 20 CREPC Emergency Support Function (ESF) subcommittees and the group meets on a monthly basis.
Below are links to files related to CREPC’s work.
"CREPC -The Road Ahead"