Impact of your topic on Domestic Security Management

Each student is required to submit one research paper (in APA format, double-spaced with appropriate peer reviewed citations) which will involve some self-reflection but will mostly be focused on integrating concepts from the text, discussions, and supplemental materials. Page range is 8 to 10 pages (not counting title and reference pages) of text. Papers are due no later than Sunday, the final week of class. See “Topic Selection Suggestions” below for some research paper topic ideas. The goal of this research paper is to describe the impact of your topic on Domestic Security Management. Depending on your topic, you will need to address some or all of the following…Why is this topic important? What are you claiming? Can you back this up with facts and analysis? What can be done about this threat? Who is impacted? What resources are required? What are the second and third order effects of this disaster and improper Emergency response? Be sure to link your topic to specific terms or EM principles found in the textbook or other course resources. Topic Selection Suggestions: National Incident Management System (NIMS) Incident Command System (ICS) Future United States domestic security issues related to: Illegal Immigration Loss of Fresh Water Significant Sea Level Rise Food Shortages Climate Change Food Emergencies Loss of Petroleum Floods, Hurricanes (Cyclones), Earthquake, Tornadoes, Droughts, Fire or Wildfire, Winter, Storm, Summer Heat, Thunderstorm, Landslide, Tsunami, Volcano, etc. Terrorism, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosive, etc. Hazardous Material, Technical Failures, Dam Failure, etc. Analyze a disaster response (e.g., Hurricane Katrina, September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks, etc.) Four Phases to Emergency Management: Mitigation; Preparedness; Response and Recovery I LIVE IN WINCHESTER, CALIFORNIA IN CASE YOU HAVE TO WRITE ABOUT WHERE I RESIDE SINCE PRIOR TOPICS DID REQUIRE.