Hampton Roads Incident Management Team

Hampton Roads Incident Management Team The Hampton Roads Incident Management Team is a Type 3 IMT located in the southeastern region of Virginia.
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ECSU Emergency Management
11/16/2020

ECSU Emergency Management

Thank you Mr Harry Worley from the Hampton Roads Incident Management Team (IMT) for talking with our EM students today on deploying for disaster response and how important collaboration and relationships are when helping others.

A logistics group from the HRIMT was stood up in the Chesapeake Public Safety  Operations Center to assist the city in o...
03/25/2020

A logistics group from the HRIMT was stood up in the Chesapeake Public Safety Operations Center to assist the city in ordering and acquiring needed supplies for the different city departments.
Other team members are at their home agencies as we work through this pandemic.

HRIMT has been working with the Peninsula COVID Ops Center. Work included develping a unified command structure with the...
03/18/2020

HRIMT has been working with the Peninsula COVID Ops Center. Work included develping a unified command structure with the 6 jurisdictions within the Peninsula Health District. Developing information sharing strategy, and incorporating non-typical agencies such as hospital systems, health departments in an ICS format for a non-typical event.

HRIMT hosted a demo of the DeployedLogix shelter system at  the CFD warehouse on February 5th. Thanks to DeployedLogix a...
02/18/2020

HRIMT hosted a demo of the DeployedLogix shelter system at the CFD warehouse on February 5th.
Thanks to DeployedLogix and Jean-Louis for coming to us and showing the shelter systems

HRIMT hosted a demo of the DeployedLogix shelter system at the CFD warehouse on February 5th.
Thanks to DeployedLogix and Jean-Louis for coming to us and showing the shelter systems

Photos found of the trip to TX for hurricane Harvey. A long distance response that resulted in several lessons learned f...
02/18/2020

Photos found of the trip to TX for hurricane Harvey. A long distance response that resulted in several lessons learned for the team. Including the importance of vehicle maintenance during the down time.

HRIMT hosting state Logistic Section Chiefs meeting. Members attending from Hampton Roads, Central Virginia, National Ca...
01/28/2020

HRIMT hosting state Logistic Section Chiefs meeting. Members attending from Hampton Roads, Central Virginia, National Captial, and Southwest teams.
Lee Williams with VDEM discussing the Type 3 tiered system.

Meeting of the HRIMT Section Chiefs was held at the Virginia International Gateway of the Port of Virginia. Meeting cove...
01/22/2020

Meeting of the HRIMT Section Chiefs was held at the Virginia International Gateway of the Port of Virginia.
Meeting covered upcoming training, new positions of Disaster Assistance Specialists, and SWOT discussion.

The team is working with the USCG on the Prep2019 exercise on the Eastern Shore.
09/11/2019

The team is working with the USCG on the Prep2019 exercise on the Eastern Shore.

Virginia Blended Incident Management Team
09/03/2019

Virginia Blended Incident Management Team

Stay tuned! We’ve got some videos coming, like this one with Bill Skelaney, Dep Ops Section Chief from Hampton Roads Incident Management Team as filmed by Daniel Murray, Asst PIO and GIS Specialist from Southwest Virginia Incident Management Team.
National Capital Region Incident Management Team Central Virginia All Hazards Incident Management Team Virginia Department of Emergency Management All Hazards Incident Management Teams Association IAFC - International Association of Fire Chiefs International Association of Chiefs of Police

09/03/2019
Virginia Blended Incident Management Team

Virginia Blended Incident Management Team

What is a “blended” incident management team? Watch as Steve Strawderman, Incident PIO from National Capital Region Incident Management Team, explains the who/what/why of it!
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Central Virginia All Hazards Incident Management Team Hampton Roads Incident Management Team Southwest Virginia Incident Management Team Virginia Department of Emergency Management All Hazards Incident Management Teams Association IAFC - International Association of Fire Chiefs International Association of Chiefs of Police

Virginia Blended Incident Management Team
09/03/2019

Virginia Blended Incident Management Team

Wow! Look who stopped by—It’s Tom Moore, Deputy Director of Emergency Management for Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency! He even took the time to review our Incident Action Plan (IAP) with our Incident Commander. Thank you!
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National Capital Region Incident Management Team Central Virginia All Hazards Incident Management Team Hampton Roads Incident Management Team Southwest Virginia Incident Management Team Virginia Department of Emergency Management All Hazards Incident Management Teams Association IAFC - International Association of Fire Chiefs International Association of Chiefs of Police

Virginia Blended Incident Management Team
09/02/2019

Virginia Blended Incident Management Team

Our morning was spent monitoring and preparing for an imminent response into Florida once Hurricane Dorian passes and conditions are safe for travel. Placing our Team ID on our vehicles as security tightens.
National Capital Region Incident Management Team Central Virginia All Hazards Incident Management Team Hampton Roads Incident Management Team Southwest Virginia Incident Management Team Virginia Department of Emergency Management Montgomery County (MD) Fire & Rescue

Pender County, NC Emergency Managers presenting on Hurricane Florence. Response, recovery and the benefits of using an I...
12/06/2018

Pender County, NC Emergency Managers presenting on Hurricane Florence. Response, recovery and the benefits of using an IMT to support the local EOC. Pender County is where the HRIMT was deployed for nine days following Hurricane Florence.

Members of the HRIMT are attending the All Hazards Incident Management Team Association conference in Hilton Head, SC.
12/06/2018

Members of the HRIMT are attending the All Hazards Incident Management Team Association conference in Hilton Head, SC.

Headed home!  The team reunited in Kinston and is is on the road back to Hampton Roads.
09/25/2018

Headed home!
The team reunited in Kinston and is is on the road back to Hampton Roads.

Photos from Hampton Roads Incident Management Team's post
09/25/2018

Photos from Hampton Roads Incident Management Team's post

The team is on the road!  Heading to the Regional Coordination Center in Kinston NC. After picking up the rest of our te...
09/25/2018

The team is on the road! Heading to the Regional Coordination Center in Kinston NC. After picking up the rest of our team and gear we are headed home.

With major search and rescue operations complete the team operating in Pender County will demobilize tomorrow morning af...
09/24/2018

With major search and rescue operations complete the team operating in Pender County will demobilize tomorrow morning after the transition briefing. Although many areas of the county remain under water and isolated, the citizens and infrastructure are no longer in peril. The Emergency Management staff will transition into the long recovery process. Based on the resiliency, pride and determination of the citizens and employees of the county, we have no doubt that Pender County will rebuild and fully recover from this devastating event.

The team would like to thank the members of Pender County Emergency Management, Pender Fire and EMS and the countless community members for the hospitality. We look forward to returning for the NC Blueberry Festival in June.

Air boats are being heavily used for rescues in the flooded areas while transportation to some areas is limited to helic...
09/22/2018

Air boats are being heavily used for rescues in the flooded areas while transportation to some areas is limited to helicopter.

The team is assisting the Pender County EOC. Members are filling positions in the Logistics, Planning and Operations sec...
09/21/2018

The team is assisting the Pender County EOC. Members are filling positions in the Logistics, Planning and Operations sections. Hurricane Florence dealt a devastating blow to this community.

Flood waters are still rising in New Hanover County!  With the need for IMT's still high, our 6 member team will be movi...
09/20/2018

Flood waters are still rising in New Hanover County! With the need for IMT's still high, our 6 member team will be moving to Pender County to assist HRIMT members already in place.

Team members working in New Hanover County NC.
09/19/2018

Team members working in New Hanover County NC.

The team members in Pender County.
09/18/2018

The team members in Pender County.

Convoy of Hope along with other faith based and volunteer organizations have provided over 100,000 pounds of relief supp...
09/18/2018

Convoy of Hope along with other faith based and volunteer organizations have provided over 100,000 pounds of relief supplies in Wilmington alone. This is a massive operation by a dedicated group of responders.

The team arrived at the Regional Coordination Center in Kinston this morning. We have been divided into three smaller te...
09/17/2018

The team arrived at the Regional Coordination Center in Kinston this morning. We have been divided into three smaller teams in order to spread our resources and help manage incidents over multiple counties.

09/17/2018

Twelve members of the Hampton Roads Incident Management Team deployed to NC Sunday afternoon in response Hurricane Florence. After a few hours rest in the staging area in Raleigh, we will be moving to Kinston NC to assist in the local Emergency Operations Center.
Stay tuned to Facebook for team updates.

Best wishes to our (blended) team traveling to Florida today.  We will update everyone as information becomes available.
09/18/2017

Best wishes to our (blended) team traveling to Florida today. We will update everyone as information becomes available.

A Virginia Incident Management Team left for Monroe County, FL this morning to assist with recovery efforts in the Florida Keys. The self-sustaining team, comprised of emergency managers from around the Commonwealth, was deployed by VDEM to help staff emergency operation centers in Florida and support other command and control activities in the area devastated by Hurricane Irma.

20 minutes out....
09/09/2017

20 minutes out....

Welcome back to Virginia!
09/09/2017

Welcome back to Virginia!

09/09/2017

On the road again.... All members accounted for, we bid farewell to our NCR team mates, quick fuel stop and we begin the last leg of our trip home.

Welcome to Tennessee
09/08/2017

Welcome to Tennessee

09/08/2017
The team loaded up and getting on the road after a productive operation in TX. 12 hours to Knoxville.
09/08/2017

The team loaded up and getting on the road after a productive operation in TX. 12 hours to Knoxville.

Thank you for the hospitality Nacogdoches, Texas. Glad we could offer some assistance.  HRIMT and NCR IMT wishing all th...
09/07/2017

Thank you for the hospitality Nacogdoches, Texas. Glad we could offer some assistance. HRIMT and NCR IMT wishing all the best to the people of TX.

The facilities unit is responsible for returning incident facilities back to pre-incident condition.
09/07/2017

The facilities unit is responsible for returning incident facilities back to pre-incident condition.

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304 Albemarle Drive
Chesapeake, VA
23322

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