Civil forfeiture was originally created with noble and worthwhile intentions. The goal was to battle against crime and budgetary restrictions at the same time, which is very logical. However, over the years civil forfeiture has been warped, and in many cases causes more harm than good. It is important to understand both the positive and negative aspects of civil forfeiture in order to see the big picture of the situation and be able to stand against the issue as a member of society. At its base, civil forfeiture is a law enforcement tool with many different functions.
There is a need for a shift away from the focus of specific hazards and a call for strategic approaches to reducing vulnerabilities before hazardous events occur. Knowledge of potential hazards, whether it be the physical, economic, or environmental vulnerabilities must be known prior to any hazardous event. With this knowledge known, any hazard can be conquered by first responders and the government rather than assessing what went wrong after the event. Focusing on specific hazards is a difficult task, thus understanding the underlying vulnerabilities to infrastructure, hazardous material, or the economy are vital in risk management. Policy makers and first responders alike can use this information to prevent risk and hazardous events.
Thus examining the placement of those who have a lower socioeconomic status is especially crucial to understanding risk assessment of a potential hazard. Our current digestion of hazards is viewed through the lens of the post-disaster. We look at the geographic areas that are prone to disaster but seldom do we look at the population that makes up that area. It’s fundamental to understand the makeup of the community to assess how resilient the people are to a hazard. Thus our current concept of socioeconomic status is lacking in evaluating environmental
Goodall is stressing that if these egotistical human acts continue to occur, the future of our ecosystem is in jeopardy. Goodall is not correct. The greatest danger to our future is not apathy. Indeed, this is a very significant risk to our future, but it is not the crucial threat. Rather than worrying about apathy towards the future, we should worry about issues such as overpopulation, government corruption, and war.
The world is rapidly changing, and we need to figure out how to keep up. Exposure to issues all over the world can be helpful if it is channeled the right way. However, it is crucial that we find ways to maintain empathy and stay somewhat attached to these issues. While the images might very well be painful, the results of a society with no empathy is much worse. Repeated exposure to negative stimuli can definitely lead to lack of empathy, but only if we let
INTRODUCTION We belong in a time where the world goes through constant changes. Life today is so fast-paced and dynamic that we sometimes knowingly ignore what 's happening around us since it may instantly change anyway. The Philippines specifically, have gone through great changes in the past several years. These changes have rooted from problems that made it impossible for us to develop and progress as a country. It is perhaps opportunely that our government is able to push through boundaries and traditions to come up with resolutions and better policies/laws.
He takes care of the issue on the present premise yet not permanently.In such conditions, if there is a danger to work, life ,patient 's wellbeing ,one must need to step to keep away from such condition.So he picked the right technique to tackle the issue. According to Rahim (2011), model, Conflict is the important part of any association. It is a characteristic response of people when they cooperate in contrasts. Conflict can be either great or awful. Great conflict will lead the association to development and awful will demolish the fate of the organization.
Although the civilian organizations need military protection while working in hostile environment. Nevertheless, they would not want themselves to be seen too close to military as this creates misunderstanding in local population and may affects their impartiality. (8) The military of the other hand in confronted with the dilemma of sharing operational information with other agencies which may jeopardize their mission. An example of this would be information regarding an impending attack in an area to allow the civilian agencies to take necessary safeguards. However, if this information is leaked by the civilian agencies the operations can be
threat source, vulnerability, etc. ), and risk model along with the assessment and analysis approaches. - Step 2 is conducting the assessment. In this step, identification is made of the threat sources, possible threat events produced from the sources, and exploitable vulnerabilities from those sources and events. Step 2 also determines the likelihood of the sources initiating specific events and the likelihood of success, the negative impacts that could result from exploiting vulnerabilities by sources of threat, and security risks that result from the likelihood of vulnerability exploitation and the impact of
An outbreak like Ebola needs the efforts of both the government and its potential stakeholders. Crisis, unlike other problems, is unpredictable, can suddenly affect the stakeholders that were not recognized before, and can cause damage to governments’ reputation and trusts from their citizens. All these characteristics of the crisis make it hard for a country to manage it. This paper, therefore, explores varied ways through which the Singapore government can effectively manage a crisis such as Ebola. Various researchers have come up with different definitions of crisis.