Past critical incident in US (9/11)

Dear Writer, please write a final paper. 

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 MAIN DETAILS: Client’s comments: “in this essay I want the topic to be on 9/11 I want you to explain what happened and evaluate how well law enforcement dealt with the media. If they could have done a better job with the media and evaluate what steps should have been taken. As well as the reference page which I will need at least 5 references along with in text citations.” 1. Write your Abstract page and paragraph that you will be using for your major paper assignment. Submit this as a Single page word document. 250 words. 2. Please write and format your reference page that you will use for your final paper in this course. Submit in an MS Word document. These will be the resources you will use. Naturally, these sources you give now are subject to change. You can add or subtract to these sources. They are simply a starting point for you to go to as you build on your final paper. You’re given 45 mins for research. Include the textbook attached. Only preview is available, so use this. 3. Relations between the fire and police and the media have the tendency to be contentious during a major critical incident. Emergency response personnel scramble to deal with protecting evidence, aiding victims, and interviewing witnesses while on scene reporters and camera crews demand information in order to get the story out to the public. In this assignment, you are took at a past critical incident that happened in the United States, briefly explain what happened, and evaluate how well law enforcement dealt with the media. If there could have done a better job with the media, evaluate what steps should have been taken. Base your evaluation on the lessons learned from your Dealing with Critical Incidents textbook. • This evaluation should be no less than 1500 words. • The word count does not include your title, abstract or reference pages. SUBMIT 3 DIFFERENT WORDS

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