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Robert C Haas

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Robert C. Haas

Secretary, Executive Office of Public Safety

 

Robert C. Haas was appointed Secretary of Public Safety in March, 2006. Haas previously served as Undersecretary of Law Enforcement and Homeland Security, where he spearheaded many of the state’s homeland security initiatives. He oversaw development of the Commonwealth’s Homeland Security Regional Preparedness Strategy, an effort to improve how federal homeland security funds are spent to prevent and prepare for a terror attack. Haas also directed the development of Continuity of Operation Plans (COOP) and Continuity of Government (COG) plans to ensure continued function of essential government agencies and services in the event of a terrorist attack or other catastrophic event.

 

As a career public safety professional Haas served as Chief of Police in Westwood, Massachusetts for 12 years and President of the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council, a consortium of 39 law enforcement agencies providing regional support services to their communities. Prior to this, he served as a ranking officer in the Morris Township Police Department in Morris Township, New Jersey.

 

Haas received his bachelor’s degree from William Paterson College of New Jersey and his master’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Rutgers University.

Tax Rate of Income not total income 

 

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