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    Northridge earthquake Recovery The National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) is a guide to FOSTER successful recovery, particularly for catastrophic incidents like earthquakes. The NDRF provides guidance that assists efficient recovery support to areas impacted by the earthquake. It provides an accommodating structure that facilitates disaster recovery managers to function in an integrated manner. It also emphasis on how to reinstate, redevelop, and regenerate the health, social, economic,…

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    between the station to where the crime or scenario is taking place. In the next part of this assignment I am going to identify the statutory and voluntary who work together on the scene of an incident and what the roles and responsibilities are for the public services when attending the emergency. Finally, I am going to evaluate the inter-agency and how the cooperate with the emergency response services. Firstly, I am going to talk about how the police force grades an emergency incident. Once a…

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    service personnel that may arrive on the scene of an accident involving the transportation of dangerous goods. This guide is intended to help responders identify the specific material hazards and inform them of how to keep not only themselves but the public as well safe. This book is helpful during the initial response phase, which is the period of time when first responders arrive on the scene and determine the correct course of action to secure the area once it has been determined that there…

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    during disasters and hazards that threaten the region, and allow us access to medical supplies and equipment. Police: Networking with the police is useful for events that threaten areas of the region. This network would give us access to security and safety for civilians and to help…

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    Introduction On April 16th 2007 in Blacksburg, VA at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Seung-Hui Cho a senior at the university shot a total of 49 people, killing 32 of them, then proceeded to turn the gun on himself in one of the most disastrous school murder-suicides of all time. One of the most casualty producing school shootings of all time. The damage was the lives of the taken students and the psychological health of those at the university. Within this shooting there were two incidents.…

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    Unified Command, is used when the incidents involve multiple jurisdictions and agencies and the agencies’ responsibilities overlap. Command Staffs work for either single or unified command. The three main Command Staff positions consist of Public Information Officer, Safety Officer, and Liaison…

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    Impact Of Policies

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    Impact of Policies Policies can have significant effects on the public services, the government can create new laws that affect all the public services such as the armed services and also it will affect all the emergency services. Human rights – the public services have a lot of control over our lives as they have the power to take our independence away and also to investigate our private lives, they can use the information they find against us. However, in order for these powers to be…

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    author’s purpose in this chapter is to argue that “Creel’s Committee on Public Information would be the largest, most ambitious propaganda program any nation had ever developed to that time.” One key piece of evidence that the author uses to support his case is referencing how the Espionage and Sedition acts helped to encourage people towards voluntary censorship that the Committee stressed. Chapter 5 is entitled, “Conjuring the Committee.” The main subject of this chapter is over the steps…

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    Propaganda: The Twisted Truth “War propaganda...twisted the truth and allowed for governmental control of people’s thoughts and viewpoints towards the war” (World War I). Used in order to display a positive image of World War I, propaganda was the government’s attempt to hide away the terrifying parts of war and to magnify the positives of it. Propaganda was used as a weapon against a country 's enemy, as it gave society a twisted image of the enemy and incorrectly displayed the war as…

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    As Gilbert states,”Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction. The Texas Ranger Division, commonly called the Texas Rangers, is a law enforcement agency with statewide jurisdiction in Texas, based in the capital city of Austin. In the 1800’s the Texas Rangers to take out the most wanted outlaws, it was said that whatever the Rangers went after they would have got. They find a criminal and special investigations that really are hard to see where to get…

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