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the student will select local or state government organization concerned with emergency management and planning, and research, analyze and critique on the organizationâ€™s emergency management and planning processes. The focus of the analysis is to examine the various emergency management planning components: Mitigation; Preparedness; Response; and Recovery, as well as how the organization uses Unity of Command and NIMS principles in its emergency management practices.
The research should include web search, periodicals, publications and interviews of personnel involved with the Emergency Management planning of the organization and personal observations when possible. Students should view the information obtained with the purpose of critiquing the organizationâ€™s fulfillment of the components suggested by the text and other sources. Explain the pros and a con of the organizationâ€™s emergency management process. Have they anticipated emergencies that law enforcement will be responsible for? Have they coordinated with other local state and federal agencies? Have they developed plans for handling emergencies? Have they exercised these plans? What should the organization do to improve their emergency management planning and response? What have they excelled at?
The purposes in conducting and writing this study are to improve your ability to synthesize, analyze, and evaluate information carefully and objectively, solve problems effectively, present your ideas in clear written form directed to a specific audience, in this case, your class.
To complete this project, you should:
- Select the agency in which you are interested.
- Gather materials from the agency, such as planning reports and practical exercise reports.
- Interview persons working in the planning section about their job(s) in person, telephone or e-mail.
- Observe the activities in the organization if possible.
- Describe the structure, practice, and procedures of the organization.
- Describe the procedures you will use to conduct your study including interviewing some people who work in the section.
- Describe the results of your study.
- Make conclusions about your findings, including the positive and negative aspects you discovered.
Your paper must include:
- A cover page
- Methodology section
- Reference page
- Appendix which might include a summary of your interview(s) and organization charts of your agency and your section
The text of this paper should be at least 2,000 words or eight pages typewritten or computer-generated, not counting the cover page, reference pages, and appendices. The paper shall be double spaced in either Times New Roman, 12 font. You must demonstrate that you understand the terminology and the concepts used in the section of the agency you study and that you know how to apply these concepts. You must demonstrate that you can synthesize, analyze, and evaluate information. You must correctly use APA format in source citation both in the body of the paper and in the reference page. Read the Plagiarism tab in the course.