Emergency management continues to get better, but the sheer amount of resources needed is always a problem.
Do TV images of disasters such as a hurricane really show us how an emergency unfolds, how it will be responded to and how long it will take for recovery?
While emergency management officials and others note the importance of community resilience, there needs to be a stronger voice for compassion nationally.
Working to reform law enforcement agencies is certainly a start, but it will not be the “be-all-end-all” of police reforms our country needs.
John Kingdon's Multiple Streams Framework: Is the window of opportunity arriving to bring forth real change for Black Americans in the United States?
In the wake of Black Lives Matter protests and after the tragic death of Mr. George Floyd, communities have pondered whether or not to defund law enforcement as a means of reforming it.
Uganda and several other East African nations last month experienced major deadly flooding brought on by unusually heavy rains.
When major emergencies like the Uganda floods happen, there are always major issues to consider to help manage the crisis.
National EMS Week: With the nation facing one of its biggest emergency situations since World War II – it's the perfect time to honor all EMS professionals.
Recently, news emerged of a group of nurses who were suspended when they refused to work without face masks.