Did the state of Florida government and Florida Division of Emergency Management achieve the roles andresponsibilities outlined on pages 1–14 of the National Response Framework?

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Did the state of Florida government and Florida Division of Emergency Management achieve the roles andresponsibilities outlined on pages 1–14 of the National Response Framework?

Discuss how the state of Florida government and the Florida Division of Emergency Management prepared andresponded to Hurricane Matthew.

 

Legal Aspects of Emergency Services Management

Case Study

For this unit’s assignment you will prepare a case study on the preparedness and response efforts of the state of Florida toHurricane Matthew.Review the updates from Governor Rick Scott of Florida and the Florida Division of Emergency Management listed belowand write a case study that addresses at a minimum the following aspects of Florida’s efforts.

Discuss how the state of Florida government and the Florida Division of Emergency Management prepared andresponded to Hurricane Matthew.

Did the state of Florida government and Florida Division of Emergency Management achieve the roles andresponsibilities outlined on pages 1–14 of the National Response Framework?

Provide examples.In your opinion were the state preparedness and response efforts successful? Support your opinion with strongevidence.The links to references that will assist you in this assignment are provided below.

Florida Division of Emergency Management. (n.d.). Hurricane Matthew: Information updates concerning Hurricane Matthew.

Retrieved from https://www.floridadisaster.org/info/matthew-recovery/matthew-news-archive/Executive Office of Governor Rick Scott. (2016 October 4).

Gov. Scott: Cat 4 Hurricane Matthew approaching Florida; stayalert to possible life saving evacuations [Press release]. Retrieved fromhttps://www.floridadisaster.org/globalassets/importedpdfs/10-04-2016-matthew-approaching-florida-stay-alert-to-possible-life-saving-evacuations.pdfExecutive Office of Governor Rick Scott. (2016 October 6).

Gov. Scott issues updates on Hurricane Matthew