It has come to attention that cases of violence and violence related disturbances are on a steady rise on the university of Toledo health science campus medical center. Such is the gravity and severe nature of these cases of violence that the need for a swift and effective response mechanism to restore peace and order and minimize if not eliminate entirely the number of casualties is prompted. The violent situation procedure has been proposed to deal with the matter at hand yet this procedure needs further research to examine its feasibility and capacity to synchronize with all concerned persons in the campus. This procedure involves spontaneous and coordinated swift reaction by people of different levels and needs further study and a comprehensive report about its estimated performance.
This procedure involves mainly the campus police and the campus staff stepping in and ending the violent situation as soon as possible. The staff also makes an announcement on the public address system on the location of the disturbance and also announces an all clear at the end of the crisis. The campus police take charge of the scene of the disturbance as sun as they arrive and hand control back to the staff when the crisis is over.
I have carried out similar research for the University of Ohio’s health sciences campus and provided recommendations that ensured the successful implementation of the response procedure at the campus. I helped the campus narrow down a list of procedure options highlighting the limitations of each procedure with respect to their institutional needs and capacity.
I request approval to carry out extensive and exhaustive research and give a detailed report on this response procedure. Based on the size of the campus it will take me thirty six hours to collect all the necessary data including the opinions of the involved parties and the general reception of the procedure. It will take an additional twenty four hours to compile a comprehensive and chronological report of the research findings.
I look forward to working with you to maintain a peaceful and serene environment.
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