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Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: interoperable, responder, communications, report, requesters, congressional, first, achieve, federal, security, leadership, intergovernmental, required, cooperation, homeland
Number of Pages: 100
Published:
ISBN-10: 1428936505
ISBN-13: 9781428936508
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Author: United States, Government Accountability Office
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: first, achieve, responder, interoperable, communications, required, cooperation, security, federal, leadership, intergovernmental, homeland
Number of Pages: 30
Published:
ISBN-10: 1428936513
ISBN-13: 9781428936515
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Author: United States. General Accounting Office
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: report, goals, performance, planning, chairman, committee, representatives, house, reform, government, coordinated, need, responder, first, management, security, grants, national, reflects, region, capital, homeland
Number of Pages: 59
Published:
ISBN-10: 1428936483
ISBN-13: 9781428936485
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Author: Warren B. Rudman
Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations
Keywords: force, task, sponsored, council, relations, foreign, independent, report, drastically, responders, underfunded, dangerously, unprepared, emergency
Number of Pages: 78
Published: 2003
ISBN-10: 0876093349
ISBN-13: 9780876093344

Two years after September 11, 2001, the United States is drastically underfunding local emergency responders and remains dangerously unprepared to handle an attack on American soil, particularly one involving chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or catastrophic conventional weapons. If the United States does not take immediate steps to better identify and address the urgent needs of emergency responders, the next terrorist incident could be even more devastating than those of September 11. The Council-sponsored Independent Task Force on Emergency Responders met with emergency responder
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Author: Janet Reno
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: enforcement, law, guide, evidence, eyewitness
Number of Pages: 53
Published: 1999-12
ISBN-10: 0756709431
ISBN-13: 9780756709433

Written & approved by a multidisciplinary group of content-area experts incl. rep's. of law enforcement, the prosecution, the defense, & forensic science. Eyewitnesses frequently play a vital role in uncovering the truth about a crime. The evidence they provide can be critical in identifying, charging, & convicting suspected criminals. That is why it is absolutely essential that eyewitness evidence be accurate & reliable. Chapters: initial report of the first responder; mug books & composites; interviewing the witnesses by the followup investigator; field identification procedure; & procedures
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Author: Gus A. Koehler
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: theory, conference, proceedings, chaos, learn, response, management, disaster
Number of Pages: 231
Published: 1997-07
ISBN-10: 0788144995
ISBN-13: 9780788144998

Contents: what disaster response management can learn from chaos theory; disaster in aisle 13 revisited; nonlinear analysis of disaster response data; disaster responder's perception of time; fractals & path dependent processes: a theoretical approach for characterizing emergency medical responses to major disasters; self-organization in disaster response: global strategies to support local action; & chaos theory & disaster response management: lessons for managing periods of extreme instability. Bibliography.
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Author: Cynthia A. Bascetta
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: lessons, responder, health, programs, incorporates, plan, hhs, needs, develop, september
Number of Pages: 37
Published: 2008-10
ISBN-10: 1437906257
ISBN-13: 9781437906257

Following the World Trade Center (WTC) attack, the Congress appropriated $8 billion to FEMA for response and recovery activities. The Dept. of Health and Human Serv. (HHS) received some of this funding to establish health screening and monitoring programs for responders to the disaster and to fund treatment. In total, $369 million has been appropriated for the WTC health programs. There have been problems that these programs have had in ensuring the availability of services for all responders. This report examines lessons from the WTC health programs that could guide future programs. This repo
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