From the Introduction: "The Federal Government performs essential functions and services that may be adversely impacted in the event of a natural or man-made disaster. In such events, all government Departments and Agencies should have plans to continue to operate their core missions. Maintaining essential functions and services is a vital element in an organization's ability to continue operations. Continuity of operations for various agencies, businesses, and governmental jurisdictions may be disrupted during a pandemic; therefore, it is important for these entities, in particular, the Lake County Sheriff's Office, to ensure it can execute its essential missions in the event of a threat to its normal continuity of operations. Federal Preparedness Circular (FPC) 65, Federal Executive Branch Continuity of Operations (COOP), provides guidance to Federal Executive Branch Departments and Agencies for use in developing contingency plans and programs for COOP. COOP planning is intended to ensure the performance of Department and Agency essential functions across a wide range of all-hazards emergencies."
Lake County (Ohio), Sheriff's Office
National Sheriffs' Association: https://www.sheriffs.org/