Chapter 4 DDR

  1. Traditional Model
    The civil defense command and control bureaucratic or emergency service perspective.
  2. Mutually assured destruction
    The use of nuclear weapons against one's enemy that invites massive retaliation and results in the annihilation of most majors cities in both countries.
  3. Civil Defense
    Was an effort by government officials to prepare for nuclear war. It included the building of underground shelters and the creation of plans to evacuate targeted urban areas of strategic value.
  4. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
    Rules and guidelines to complete disaster functions effectively and efficiently.
  5. Professional Model
    The all-hazard networking collaborative problem-solving or public administration model.
  6. Vertical Relationships
    Involve information flow up and down government chains of command.
  7. Horizontal Relationships
    Those in which parties communicate across departments and communities.
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Chapter 4 DDR
Chapter 4 DDR Spring 2016