Resources and Links for Journalists
The following information is provided to assist reporters as they gather background information on emergencies and disasters. NJOEM makes no representation about the accuracy of resources or websites not under its direct control.
How do I follow NJOEM on social media?
Can I subscribe to ReadyNJ Alerts feed?
Where can I find news releases?
Where can I find visual images?
The following links provide photos that can be used with attribution:
What does it mean when the Governor declares a State of Emergency?
Where can I get information about evacuation routes?
Where can I view situational reports (SitReps)?
- Current Sit Reps
- Archived Sit Reps are found in the right hand column here.
Where can I obtain accurate information about disaster-related deaths?
Where can I get current weather information specific to New Jersey?
How can I get up to date information about traffic conditions in New Jersey?
Where can I get up-to-date information about utility outages?
How can I learn more about emergency management terminology and concepts?
Where can I get find background information about specific types of disasters and emergencies?
This information below includes information about specific types of occurrences with some references directly addressing journalistic issues.
Where can I find information about FEMA disaster recovery programs?
Where can I find information about New Jersey’s public assistance program for local governments?
What does it mean to be prepared?
Where can I learn more about FEMA activities and programs?
How do I contact the External Affairs Officer for NJOEM?
- Mary Goepfert (609) 963-6818