What prevalence is there of transnational criminal activity?After reading the QHSR, you will draft a policy statement for it. Note that a policy statement is intended to reflect the evaluation of a policy’s relevance or applicability for specific usage.

In this case, you will craft a policy statement revealing your evaluation of the QHSR and its value for guiding the county in preparing emergency response plans. Your policy statement will serve to educate members of your county’s EM team and also provide a means for you to offer specific recommendations relating to those portions of the QHSR that you consider most meritorious for the county’s consideration.

In a 5–7 page policy statement, you will do the following:

Provide a brief review of the purpose of the QHSR and your assessment as to its potential value for the county as it rewrites old plans and develops new ones.
As you have a page limitation, this assessment should not exceed one full page.
Consider and capture, in your own words, a definition and the usefulness of various terms in the QHSR, including homeland security, preparedness, and homeland security enterprise. Add other terms as you deem necessary.
Tie these terms to other strategies, frameworks, policies with which you are familiar, or which you studied in this course.
The National Response Framework (NRF) and National Incident Management System (NIMS) are two strategic documents that you might use.
Select two of the five missions—and each one’s listed goals—that are outlined in the QHSR that you will advise your county to begin with, aiding the team members to become educated about the strategic framework and its many elements and making connections from strategy to local community operational use. In choosing which missions you select, you might contemplate some of the following components:
Mission 1: Preventing Terrorism and Enhancing Security
This mission is very expansive, as is each subordinate goal
Think about whether terrorism is a truly likely threat—of course terrorism can occur everywhere, but limited resources compel communities to allocate these judiciously with maximum benefit for least cost
Think about the likelihood of weapons of mass destruction, or chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) capabilities being used in your county
Mission 2: Securing and Managing Our Borders
Consider whether your county is reasonably concerned with border issues
Does your county include ports (air, sea, rail, or land)?
What prevalence is there of transnational criminal activity?
Mission 3: Enforcing and Administering Our Immigration Laws
Is immigration a concern for your county or state? Could it be in the future?
Which population seems the greatest concern, if any?
Mission 4: Safeguarding and Securing Cyberspace
Cyber threats exist for all critical infrastructure and operations that support communities.
This may be especially critical if information technology is an industry in your region.
Mission 5: Ensuring Resilience to Disasters
If your county has any likely natural (or manmade or accidental) threats or vulnerabilities, this mission can readily be tied to the county’s needs and objectives
Choose your two missions and summarize each one and its goals briefly in your policy statement.
For each mission, make clear and direct connections to the missions and goals and the county’s needs, objectives or capabilities.




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