Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) Regulation Section 2450 (a) SEMS RegulationsCalifornia Code of Regulations, Title 19, § 2450
California Code of Regulations, Title 19, § 2450(a) Any city, city and county, or county declaring a local emergency for which the governor proclaims a state of emergency, and any state agency responding to that emergency shall complete and transmit an after action report to Cal OES within ninety (90) days of the close of the incident period.(b) The after action report shall, at a minimum: · Be a review of response actions taken · Application of SEMS · Suggested modifications to SEMS· Necessary modifications to plans and procedures · Identified training needs · Recovery activities to date
Starting in 2019-County/Operational Area reporting will be completed in the Cal EOC system. For log in information, contact EMSU.
State After Action Report Coordinated by Cal OES:
Emergency Services Act (ESA), Article 9.5, Government Code Section 8607(f)The Office of Emergency Services shall, in cooperation with involved state and local agencies, complete an after- action report within 120 days after each declared disaster. This report shall review public safety response and disaster recovery activities and shall be made available to all interested public safety and emergency management organizations.
Starting in 2019, ESA AAR Reports will be on the web. See the Governor’s webpage for Emergency Proclamations.
2019 Open Reports:February Winter Storms Declarations: February 21, February 28, and April 12, 2019
Cal EOC System Reporting is Open for this Event
Due to Publish: August 13, 2019
General Inquiries and full After Action Reports: SharedMail.CalAAR@caloes.ca.gov.
Sehar Choudhary (916) 845-8165Sehar.Choudhary@caloes.ca.gov
Operational Area and State Agencies Contact:James Griffith(916) 845-8494James.Griffith@caloes.ca.gov
For full After Action Reports email SharedMail.CalAAR@caloes.ca.gov.
Cal OES Capstone Statewide Exercise Series was first implemented by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2004, and has become an annual statewide exercise series conducted to coordinate prevention, preparation, response and recovery mechanisms of city, county and state governmental entities, and private sector and volunteer organizations. The goal of the Golden Guardian Exercise Series is to build upon the lessons learned from this and subsequent exercises conducted throughout the nation, as well as real-world events. Golden Guardian is currently the largest statewide exercise program of its kind in the country.