The Santiago Park Neighborhood Community And City Officials Incase Incident Of Attack And Or Natural Disaster

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The purpose of this risk assessment report is to bring awareness to the residents of the Santiago Park Neighborhood Community and City Officials incase incident of attack and or natural disaster. This risk assessment is focusing on the possible intendent on the neighborhood and or the neighborhoods road network. This report will show how if an attack and or natural disaster does occur where key failure to the community might occur and might cause problematic incidents for first responders to help or have access to the community. Santiago Park Neighborhood: Risk Analysis Neighborhood layout The Santiago Park Neighborhood Community (SPNC) is made up of about 1,175 homes with just about 6,700 residents in the city of Santa Ana, California. This neighborhood runs a major risk in times of attack and or natural disasters that may occur. In order to enter or exit the neighborhood the residents or first responders must choose between four entrance’s and exit’s and pass through 4 key intersection throughout the neighborhood. The neighborhood is based off a two major main street of the city and also has two outlets from a key major California highway which has entrance’s and exit’s leading into the neighborhood. A view of the SPNC is in Appendix C. SANTIAGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD: RISK ANALYSIS CARVER Methodology Using the CAVER methodology, a threat assessment and vulnerability target analyzing system; we are able to accurately determine the threat to the SPNC. The CAVER method

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