Compile a report of 2000 words, report format described below The aim of the UK’s Counter Terrorism Strategy (CONTEST) is to reduce the risk to the UK and its interests overseas from terrorism (HM Government, 2011). The Government’s CONTEST publication is effective in communicating its strategy to the nation, but it is not an operational document to guide security agencies in the specifics of its implementation. You have been asked by the Home Secretary to undertake independent research on an appropriate risk management framework for responding to terrorism at the national level in the UK.
Write an academic report in which the main objectives are: – To outline key explanatory aspects relating to the strategic management of terrorism risk at national level. – To discuss the main components of risk management (establishing the context, risk identification, risk analysis, risk evaluation, risk treatment, risk reporting, and monitoring and review) in relation to the management of terrorism risk to the UK. -To assess the benefits and challenges associated with developing a risk management strategy with these objectives. – To provide a set of good practice/guidance recommendations that can be evidenced and/or supported from the findings of your review.
The following resources are recommended for inclusion among your source material: Cabinet Office (2015) National Risk Register for Civil Emergencies – 2015 Edition, London: Cabinet Office. HM Government (2011) CONTEST: The United Kingdom’s Strategy for Countering Terrorism. London: The Stationery Office. Stephen, J., Moch, P., Poole, G., Chapple, M. and Kitteringham, G. (2011) Good Practice Guide for Security Risk Management, Caldecote: The Security Institute. Other How New Is the New Terrorism? – Isabelle Duyvesteyn 2004 The Nature of Modern Terrorism – John Gearson 2002 Homeland Security in the UK: Future preparedness for terrorist attack since 9/11 2007 (Electronic Book) Islamic radicalism and global jihad – Springer,
Devin R., Regens, James L., Edger, David N. 2009 (electronic resource) Inside terrorism – Hoffman, Bruce, ebrary, Inc 2006 (electronic resource) Homeland security in the UK: future preparedness for terrorist attack since 9/11 – Wilkinson, Paul 2007 (electronic resource) Homeland security in the UK: future preparedness for terrorist attack since 9/11 – Wilkinson, Paul The Sage encyclopedia of terrorism –
Martin, Gus, Credo Reference (Firm) 2011 (electronic resource) The Sage dictionary of policing – Wakefield, Alison, Fleming, Jenny 2009 (electronic resource) Terrorism and counter-terrorism: ethics and liberal democracy – Miller, Seumas, ebrary, Inc 2009 (electronic resource) Responding to terrorism: political, philosophical and legal perspectives – Imre, Robert, Mooney, T. Brian, Clarke, Benjamin, ebrary, Inc 2008 (electronic resource) Criminologists on terrorism and homeland security – Forst, Brian, Greene, Jack R., Lynch, James P.
In less than 200 words … what was the problem, how was it investigated, what did you find out and what do your findings show? Table of Contents A list of the major and minor sections of your report. Introduction Set the scene: give some background information about the topic. State the aim/purpose of the investigation. Outline the body sections. Main Body Organise the sections in a logical sequence, using short informative headings that reflect the main themes underpinning the topic.
There may be clues to appropriate thematic headings in the assessment question or guidance notes for the assessment. In common with a traditional essay, the main themes underpinning the question should be addressed in turn, but in the case of a report there should be headings to help steer the ‘busy’ reader through the report.
Headings should not be used as a substitute for ‘signposting’ text that indicates the start of a new section, however; the report should still make sense were the headings invisible. Conclusion What are the key points that have been covered in the report? What are the implications of your findings and your discussion? This section should not present any new information but rather recap on what has already been said, and present your overarching appraisal of the subject matter and key issues/arguments. Recommendations What do you recommend as a course of action following your conclusion?
Identify a specific large-scale natural disaster—tsunami, hurricane, earthquake, tornado, and so forth—affecting a large geographic area and human population. Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper that:
• Analyzes the effects in terms of risk factors for humanitarian dimensions of affected nations and peoples • Analyzes the value of multinational economic cooperation in strategic response through humanitarian aid and the like as a means of mitigating the risk factors above
• Examines the impact on international security, politics, and global trade To the writer. PLEASE ONLY USE MY READINGS MATERIAL I WILL BE SENDING TO YOU. AND PLEASE COMMUNICATE WITH ME AS MUCH POSSIBLE. DON’T WAIT TILL LAST MINUTE.
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