On January 1, 20XX, New York City, along with Chicago, Miami, and Los Angeles will be the targets of a global terrorist attack involving the detonation of a nuclear and a biological device. The attack will kill over 300,000 people.
Develop an emergency disaster plan to address this national catastrophe. Include specific items addressing the disciplines of emergency management (mitigation, response, recovery, preparedness, and communication).
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1. The disaster - 100 words
2. Concise disaster plan - 400 words
3. Hopeful outcome - 100 words
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Emergency Disaster Response: Terrorism
On January 1, 20XX, 4 major American cities New York City, along with Chicago, Miami, and Los Angeles will be the targets of a global terrorist attack involving the detonation of a nuclear and a biological device. The attack will kill over 300,000 people. This number however will likely rise in the aftermath due to the lasting effects of radiation and biological agents who will impact affected sites and populations for decades. It is imperative that these cities have disaster mitigation plans for both scenarios to cope and mitigate the damage and risks with the least possible number of fatalities and tragedies and to save as much people as possible.
Concise Disaster Plan
In terms of responding to a nuclear attack, the first concern of a working government is preparedness. It is through ...
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Michigan Emergency Management Plan
A Terrorist Attack
After the attacks in New York City on September 11, 2001, emergency management officials were heavily criticized for their lack of terrorism disaster preparedness, including the poor communication capabilities between fire and police services. To read more about it, refer to the link Journal of Homeland Security provided in the Webliography.
Assess the emergency management plan of Michigan as it relates to a terrorist attack. Examine the plan closely as it relates to the disciplines of emergency management, and make recommendations for improvement. If Michigan does not have a plan for a terrorist attack, create one which addresses these issues.
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