Homeland Security Program Manager
Todd Castro currently serves as the Program Manager for the Southeastern Region Homeland Security Advisory Council (SRAC). Mr. Castro joined SRPEDD in October of 2016 as Project Manager and was promoted to Program Manager in October of 2018. Mr. Castro is responsible for recommending and implementing regional Homeland Security strategies to the SRAC, and managing the planning and development of projects on behalf of the ninety-seven cities and towns which comprise the SRAC region. To date, Mr. Castro has developed and written numerous project justifications that have directly supported preparedness activities for law enforcement, fire services, emergency management, interoperability, mass care, shelter, triage, training, exercise and the procurement of emergency equipment via the use of Federal Emergency Management Agency/Department of Homeland Security grant funding.
Prior to joining SRPEDD, Mr. Castro served as a Federal Police Officer with the United States Capitol Police in Washington, D.C. and later as an Internal Affairs Investigator with the Bristol County Sheriff’s Office. Mr. Castro holds a M.S. in Intelligence Studies and a B.S. in Sociology.