Emergency Managemen

| June 19, 2015

Emergency Managemen

Paper instructions:
From the questions below select Two and develop a 750 to 1000 word response for each question utilizing APA (6th) format including one-inch margins, double-spacing, citation format, and style. Your response will be graded on the concepts of utilizing the material learned in the course, critical thinking, organization, factual material, completeness of the response, following the length guidelines, correct grammar and style along with adherence to the APA (6th) guidelines. You will submit the responses as a single document in the assignment area prior to 11:59 pm EST on Nov. 24, 2013.

1. Discuss the reasons and events that lead to the creation of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

2. Emerging trends in emergency management include greater involvement of the public in preparedness planning. Assess the value of Local Emergency Planning Committees, Citizen Corps Councils, Emergency Management Advisory Groups, and other stakeholder groups and discuss the impact on the job of the Emergency Manager.

3. Select a disaster scenario and briefly describe how the National Response Framework functions in that scenario.

4. Summarize the historical importance of the Robert T. Stafford Act of 1988 and related legislation for the emergency management recovery phase.

5. One of the functions of emergency management is mitigation. Explain mitigation and how it differs from preparedness. Also, describe three constraints to mitigation and actions that can be taken to overcome them.

6. The post Katrina report issued by the United States Senate highlighted a number of core recommendations. Summarize and evaluate the recommendation for a comprehensive all hazards approach from the federal level down to state and local government.



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