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Crisis Management and National Emergency Response

Crisis Management and National Emergency Response - 07 edition

Crisis Management and National Emergency Response - 07 edition

ISBN13: 9780495129967

ISBN10: 0495129968

Crisis Management and National Emergency Response by Sabina L. Burton - ISBN 9780495129967
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 07
Copyright: 2007
Publisher: Wadsworth, Inc
Published: 2007
International: No
Crisis Management and National Emergency Response by Sabina L. Burton - ISBN 9780495129967

ISBN13: 9780495129967

ISBN10: 0495129968

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 07

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Summary

CURRENT PERSPECTIVES: READINGS FROM INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION: CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND NATIONAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE features articles from both popular and academic sources on current issues in responding to major disasters. Edited and introduced by Sabina Burton, University of California, Irvine, this reader will provide students with the most current information on crisis management today. Along with the reader, students are given FREE access to InfoTrac® College Edition and can create their own online reader in InfoTrac® using InfoMarks. FREE when packaged with this text!

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. PTSD Rate Tripled among N.Y. Police Officers.
2. Police Begin Seizing Guns of Civilians.
3. After the Storm, the Swindlers.
4. Police Enforce Mandatory New Orleans Evacuation.
5. With Some Now at Breaking Point, City's Officers Tell of Pain and Pressure.
6. Police Quitting, Overwhelmed by Chaos.
7. New Orleans Sending in More Police to Stem Tide of Looting.
8. Midwest Police Face Trouble with Traffic, Not Looting.
9. Public Risk Managers Reflect on Riots.
10. More Risk Management Urged for L.A. Cops; City Risk Manager Thinks Risk Awareness Leads to Cooler Approach.

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