Storm surge warnings and watches remain in effect for portions of the North Carolina coast, where #Isaias could produce as much as 3-5 ft of flooding above ground level. 1-3 ft is expected farther north from Virginia to southeastern Massachusetts. https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_at4+shtml/032352.shtml?peakSurge#contents
As Hurricane season ramps up and #Isaias expected make landfall soon, the men and women of FEMA are prepared and ready to respond.
Great article by @James Jay Carafano that accurately portrays DHS’s role in protecting federal buildings. Our communities are much safer when state and local politicians partner with federal law enforcement. https://nationalinterest.org/feature/portland-predicament-walking-line-between-homeland-and-domestic...
American organizations are working on critical #COVID19 research—and we’re working with partners to protect those organizations and their research from malicious hackers & other #cyber threats: http://cisa.gov/news/2020/05/05/cyber-warning-issued-key-healthcare-organizations-uk-and-usa #InfoSec #InfoSecurity
This should have been done many weeks ago by state and local leaders. Violent rioters used this park to stage their nightly siege on federal officers and buildings. Glad Portland is finally doing their job. https://www.kgw.com/article/news/portland-police-work-to-clear-downtown-parks-early-thursday-morning...
For 2 months as rioters attacked federal officers & buildings in Portland, we called on local leaders to do their job & work with us to quell violence. Finally OR is stepping up. DHS surge forces will stay until we know our officers & facilities are safe. https://www.wsj.com/articles/restoring-order-in-portland-11596064275?mod=opinion_lead_pos3
Thankful for the outpouring of support for @Homeland Security law enforcement across the nation.
Day 56. Last night six DHS law enforcement officers were injured in Portland. To be clear, criminals assaulted FEDERAL officers on FEDERAL property…and the city of Portland did nothing.