Planning for Homeland Security and Emergency Management

Planning for Homeland Security and Emergency Management

Weekly tasks or assignments (Individual or Group Projects) will be due by Monday and late submissions will be assigned a late penalty in accordance with the late penalty policy found in the syllabus. NOTE: All submission posting times are based on midnight Central Time.

Create the framework and preparation for a homeland security or emergency management strategic plan for your agency at the local level of government. Start with the idea that there is no previous work on this project and that you are the first person to approach such an idea.

Assignment Guidelines

Complete the following:
Address the following in 900–1,200 words:
Develop a timeline that includes the who, what, where, and how of the process.
Include the critical components, such as the following:
Public expectations
Who will be involved in the process (not by name but by function)
An assessment of the environment, goals, and objectives of the plan.
Create a mission or vision for your plan.
The intent of this project is to identify the planning that you would take to initiate a strategic planning process, not to create the plan itself.
Include 3 possible impediments to your process and your potential solutions to these impediments.
Defend your position and your choice of organization for your strategic plan.
Be sure to reference all of your sources using APA style.




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Emergency Management Plan for Hamilton County
Natural disasters are inevitable, and the only thing that can be done to prevent collateral damage as a result of disasters is to adequately prepare for them. It is very important for the government or the community to develop plans for the mitigation of emergency disasters, in order to protect the people from harm or destruction of property. The Hamilton County in the state of Ohio is faced by several risks from natural disasters including flooding, high wings or tornado, heavy ice or snow and other natural threats (EMHSA, 2015).

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