10 Court Street
Delaware, OH 43015
Monday – Friday
8am – 4:30pm
Sean Miller, Director
Sean has been with the office in various roles since 2008 and has been director since 2013. Sean is responsible for the implementation of the local emergency management program, which includes planning, training, exercises, and the four phases of emergency management. Sean reports to the Delaware County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Executive Committee. He is the emergency coordinator for the Delaware County Local Emergency Planning Committee and sits on the State Emergency Response Commission.
Sandy Mackey, Deputy Director
Sandy has been with the office in various roles since 2010 and has been deputy director since 2018. She oversees the Delaware County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) to ensure it is in a high state of readiness should an activation occur. Additionally, she is the coordinator for emergency management volunteers and implements the outreach and public education programs. Sandy manages the Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) and has an active role in planning. She is responsible for office operations in the absence of the director.
Jecy Weber, Emergency Management Specialist
Jecy is the newest member of the team, having joined the office in 2021. Her position serves as the liaison to school safety committees, is heavily engaged in planning, and is the initial point of contact for reviewing school emergency plans. She helps to support the public education and outreach programs. Over the next several years, she will serve as one of the primary positions in updating the Delaware County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan, which was last updated in 2019 – this process will include threat & hazard identification, ranking and analysis.
Scott Stewart, Emergency Management Specialist
Scott joined the office in autumn of 2019, just prior to the pandemic. He serves as the information coordinator for the Delaware County Local Emergency Planning Committee and is heavily involved with response operations and the coordination of trainings for public safety partners. He is an active member of the Delaware Area Response Team (DART) and ensures that response equipment is in a high state of readiness. His position is the primary for processing “Right to Know” requests regarding chemical spills and inventories of certain thresholds and he also supports planning efforts.