As the United States invests more resources into security and protection, all levels of law enforcement are affected. After each national crisis, regardless of whether it is natural or man-made, numerous researchers point to the mental health of all of those individuals involved. Police officers, by the very nature of their jobs, are some of the first to respond to disasters. It is no surprise that emergency responders become a major focus in the mental health field after such events.
Based on your reading in the text and credible research from the Internet, respond to the following:
How can you ensure that information about available mental health resources and psychological assistance is provided to first responders? Explain in detail.What types of communications and information management systems can you utilize to ensure that psychological assistance is provided for first responders? Explain in detail.As a manager, how will you allow complaints to be communicated? Explain.How will you store and organize that information so that complaints are addressed appropriately? Explain.
economic life, we shall, by reason of our social and economic structure, continue to deny the principle of one-man one value. How long shall we continue to live this life of contradictions? How long shall we continue to deny equality in our social and economic life? If we continue to deny it for long, we will do only by putting our political democracy in peril. We must remove this contradiction at the earliest possible moment or else those who suffer from inequality will blow up the structure of political democracy which this Assembly has so laboriously built up.’ In this context we should notice the prophetic claim of Ambedkar. His exposure to western liberalism and adherence to social democracy always have predominance in his concept of an ideal Indian political society. Conclusion Ambedkar was not a purely speculative and idealistic political philosopher, in the conventional sense, like Plato and Aristotle. Nevertheless, he developed his own social and political ideals, which were deeply rooted in real human problems and issues, and vital human affairs. His socio-political philosophy attempted to bridge the gulf between theory and practice, materialism and spiritualism. Out of his sense of dejection with the inhuman treatment meted out to his community by the caste Hindus, his mission for the total emancipation of the servile classes from the clutches of the privileged caste Hindus, his total engagement with the predicament of Indian society, evolved Ambedkar’s political ideology. The book aims to juxtapose Ambedkar’s socio-political philosophy and its impact on Indian society and polity with reference to man and society, state and government, nation and nationalism, democracy, socialism, security, social justice, education and emancipation of the downtrodden. However, other aspects of Ambedkar’s political philosophy and his charismatic personality are also incidentally covered. For Ambedkar, social and political theories are the basic need of freedom for the downtrodden people, as it would create a powerful community and nation building. Ambedkar said that social equality was a force which promises equal opportunity to all. Ambedkar’s opinion is equality in society as equality is the foundation stone where the notions of liberty and fraternity develop. He remarked that equality is the original notion and respect for human personality is a reflection of it. If equality is denied, everything else may be taken to be denied. (Jatava, 1965.77) Ambedkar also recognised the fact that the lofty ideals expressed in the Constitution would re>GET ANSWER Let’s block ads! (Why?)