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    Early Warning Systems for Officer Performance Paper 1. Introduction An early warning system is a kind of system which is in form of data-base. It a police management data tool which is used to identify police officers whose behavior is not in line to best practices (Walker, Alpert, & Kenney, 2000). The main objective of this systems is to rectify police officer who are not behaving well or are not performing their duties as expected. An early response to such behaviors is required before a disciplinary

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    devastation. Looking back, the main cause of the devastation was the lack of warning systems in place. Although some places like Indonesia may not have had time to evacuate, many other affected areas had plenty of time but were completely uninformed, being taken by surprise. Following the tsunami the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System was created and put into place. A lot can be learned from the lack of warning and preparedness from this disaster in order to better prepare for the future

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    the emergency management for each and every event that occurs. Early warning and communicating with the citizens allows time for the individuals to take action and seek shelter. As technology advances, so to, must the methods of communicating the warning of threats to the citizens. The various forms of communication must be encompassed into a system that is both quick and multi-faceted. The Integrated Public Alert and Warning System is diverse and allows for alerts to be broadcast over various communication

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    Introduction Crime, deviance, and unethical conduct can found within almost every occupation and profession. Police ethics is the conduct that everyone is most concerned with. Police officers enter into an occupation that shares many characteristics of other career fields, but it also has unique responsibilities that deal with conduct and behavior. The PBS documentary: The Central Park Five, demonstrates two of the most common misconduct issues that the criminal justice professionals deal with noble

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    new organizations being formed to help with enhancements of education, like the America Gives More Act, the nation hasn’t made the Early Warning Systems or have improved influences for college saving plans. According to the Huffington Post, forty-five million Americans are living in poverty. The U.S. has attempted to decrease this by enhancing the education system and bettering insurance costs for struggling families. The America Gives More Act was apart of advancing the U.S. This restored and

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    Every year millions of people get in vehicular accidents that cause expensive repairs and sometimes trauma for the drivers. While collision avoidance systems are very advanced and well developed, most systems are too expensive for the average consumer. Our team’s general mission is to reduce the likelihood of car crashes by improving an aspect in the car that either keeps the driver more engaged while driving or assisting the driver in various tasks such as stopping and lane changes. Along with

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    Vital improvement for patient safety has triggered an enormous amount of positive change in the healthcare system. There were “1.6 million adverse events each year that led to 180,000 deaths” (Liang & Mackey, 2011). In a review, avoidable errors led to $19.5 billion dollars in healthcare expenses (Liang & Mackey, 2011). The National Patient Safety Agency analyzed 425 deaths from acute care hospitals and found “15% of the deaths were related to unrecognized patient deterioration” (Higgins, Maries-Tillot

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    prioritization of early warning (EW) in policy action and find out the reason behind it 2. Successes and challenges in early warning (EW) implementation Methodology In this study, different journal articles, government reports and resources on the internet have been used for literature review. Various sets of secondary data were also used. Moreover, the author used the learnings and class notes of the Environmental risk and hazard course for the write-up of this paper. Prioritizing early warning (EW) in current

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    1999 (Mw=7.2). This led to the introduction of Istanbul Earthquake Rapid Response and Early Warning System (IERREWS) as a preventive measure for future earthquakes occurrences. This system consists of a dense network of 100 strong motion recorders located in the metropolitan area of Istanbul, 10 near the Great Marmara Fault and 40 more located at important structures (Mert et al 2004). The early warning system of the (IERREWS) is based on exceeding of predetermined thresholds values for the peak ground

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    Johnson Shut-Ins State Park. This was an emergency event that impacted one family’s home, and three vehicles traveling on Route N. The reservoir failure is classified as a man-made event as it was caused by a failure of the over pumping protective systems which includes pressure transducers that monitor the water level within the upper reservoir and report the status of the water level to a remote monitoring center. This created a cascading series of man-made natural events in

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