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Public Health Emergencies
Public health emergencies inside and outside of the state.
What is a public health emergency?
A public health emergency is anything that can make lots of people really sick unexpectedly or quickly.

What are examples of a public health emergency?
What are examples of public health emergencies inside and outside of the state?
What types of incidents usually lead to many casualties?
Air crash.
Aircraft incident or crash due to criminal activity by others.
Air Strikes Issues with Criminal Activities
Auto collision involving more than two persons.
A train crash with many individuals harmed.
Bus collisions.
Bombing(all harmful incidents subject to various independent investigations. Experience has shown people inflict harms, then reach out as saviors).
Biologic emergencies (deliberate or accidental)
Blizzard
Cold wave harms
Chemical emergencies(deliberate or accidental)
Crowded tour boat.
Criminal conspiracies
Drinking water contamination
Disease Outbreaks
Earthquakes
Earthquake or sabotage.
Explosion
Famine
Fire
Floods.
Gun violence on ground.
Hazardous Materials
Heat wave harms
Hostage taking
Hurricanes/tropical storms
Invasion
Infrastructure Failure
Incidents External To The Region
Landslides
Major Demonstration
Riots
Radiation emergencies
Release of hazardous or toxic materials.
Sabotage and building collapses.
Severe weather: storms, heavy rains, lightning strikes
Severe Winter Weather
Stampede
Ship Sinking.
Shooting down of an aircraft.
Tornadoes
Thunderstorms
Tsunamis
Targeted mass shootings.
Violent Incident
Volcanoes
Wildfires
Winter storms
Here are further guidelines.

Air crash
What should you know about aircraft crashes?
What caused this air crash?
How can various air crashes be prevented?
Here are further guidelines.

Targeted mass shootings.
What is the profile of the victim or victims?

Accused, guilty

What are the names, places of birth, and further identity of gunmen involved in these ______?
Where did they stay within 24 hours of the incident?
Where did they stay 10 days before the incident?
What was their mailing address from birth until their arrest and detention?
What is their likely political affiliation?
Who is behind these murderers?
Is this possibly _______ criminals behind the scenes utilizing locals?
What was the motive behind this incident?
Who provided weapons to them?
Who are the manufacturers of weapons utilized in this incident?

Hostage taking
Annotation or definition.
Examples of hostage situation.
Escaping hostage situation.
Reporting the incident.
Managing hostage crisis.
Media reports in the state and outside the state.
English language relevant to hostage crisis.
Investigations of hostage crisis.
Police procedures: What are the basic principles of hostage negotiation?
Rescue by negotiations, rescue by force.
Behavioral consequences of victims of abduction, kidnapping, hostage taking.
Post-incident interventions for individual hostages and their families.
Annotation or definition

Abduction, kidnapping: What is the difference?
Abduction is another word for kidnapping.
Abduction, kidnapping, in some regions is interpreted as taking away a person through threat of deadly force or through fraudulent persuasion, a criminal offense.
The abductor intend to prevent the liberation of the abductee. Abductee can be a child, adolescent, or adult who the abductor intends to subject to prostitution or illicit sexual activity or hold for ransom, or many more situations of harms.

Abduction, hostage taking: What is the difference?
Abduction is not another word for hostage taking.
Hostage taking is interpreted as restraining a person at a specific location to secure the demands of the taker.
Abduction is a Scottish law word; kidnapping has an English law word origin.
Abduction, kidnapping, missing report can be filed if the whereabouts are not known.
In a hostage taking, a rescue team arrives at specific location.

What is hostage taking?
A person held by someone in a conflict who threatens to kill them if they do not get what they want. A person who seizes one or more hostages is known as a hostage-taker.

Is there a difference between abduction and hostage?
Yes.

Examples of hostage situation.

What should you do in this situation?
Stay away from this situation.
Run, hide, tell others.
If there is an exit, walk away.
Wait until all clear.
If you cannot run, hide.
If police arrive and asks you to raise or show your hand, show your hands.
Distinguish yourself from attackers.
Who is good and who is bad in the situation?

What are the chances there will be abduction or hostage situation?
Very little. This is due to the fact that every state has enhanced policing everywhere.

Examples of hostage situation.

Here is an example.

What was the date of incident?
Friday, November 20, 2015 at 7 in the morning.

Where did the incident happen?
Mali, Africa.

When was the hostage-taking situation over?
Friday, November 20, 2015 7 PM

How many individuals were killed in the incident?
21

Who reported from Mali, Africa?
State media circulated reports to others.

How many total individuals were in the building?
170 people - 140 guests and 30 employees - had been there as the attack began.

How did the gunmen enter the building?
Gunmen entered using diplomatic cars with diplomatic plates.

Reporting the incident

Reporter: What can you tell us?
There were two gunman who were in two diplomatic cars with AK47 assault rifles.
Mali, Africa received help to resolve the situation.

How long can a hostage crisis last?
On November 20, 2015 the Mali, Africa, hostage crisis lasted for 12 hours.
Hostage crisis has been reported to last for few minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, or more.

Managing hostage crisis

How do you survive an abduction or hostage situation?
Hostage under intimidation.
Hostage under gunpoint.
For example, gagged in the back of a speeding van.

How should police in the state or outside the state and other departments in the state manage a hostage crisis?
Identify exact location of hostage crisis.
Do not panic.
Block all roads to the building.
Do not do anything during hostage crisis that will inflict further harms.
Identify the number of floors of the building.
Reach the top of the building.
Place officer at the top of the building.
Do not delay rescue.

Ask these questions

Are captors armed or unarmed?
How many captors are there?
How many hostages are there?
What are the demands of the captors?
How should police in the state go ahead in this situation? Rescue by negotiation, rescue by force, or any other method?


English language relevant to hostage crisis

What is the meaning of the word hostage?
A person seized or held at a specific location, against his/her will to secure the demands of the taker.

What is another word for hostage?
Captive
Victim

What is the opposite of hostage?
Captor

What is the plural of hostage?
The plural form of hostage is hostages.

Investigations of hostage crisis

What should investigators keep in mind while investigating a hostage crisis?
Be aware of facts in a stage-managed hostage crisis.
A group of individuals maliciously create hostage crisis and then the head of the gang disguised as a fraudulently placed harmful individual issues a statement of coming forward as a savior of the hostages.
They have their monopoly media network also to enhance their malicious agenda.
They must know that investigators know all the tricks of harms and then come forward as saviors.

Media reports in the state and outside the state

In what state and continents or location has there been an incident?
On November 20, 2015 in Mali, Africa, an incident happened of public health emergency.
The head of state of Mali, Africa, head of the police of Mali, Africa, and head of the department of health of Mali, Africa, and other relevant essential departments should circulate a press release.

From North America, immediate circulation of team of media relations officers from North America, henceforth called American officials having focus on various American states must go ahead.
From Asia, Africa, Australia, and South America, state heads _______ in the continents must circulate press release.
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What are the captors’demands?
If captors do not have any demands, than this is a captor psychotic case scenario.
If captors have demands, this can be due to harms or without any harms.

Behavioral consequences of victims of abduction, kidnapping, hostage taking.

What are the behavioral consequences on victims of abduction, kidnapping, hostage taking?
Acute stress reaction.
Posttraumatic stress disorder.

Treatment plan should go ahead relevant to specific situation and case.

Shooting with a gun on ground
Gun violence on ground.
What should investigators know about guns?
Annotation or definition of a gun.
Duties of police and military with guns
Gun laws in the state.
Motive of Incident
Press release in the state and outside the state.
Safety from harms within and outside the state.
Types of guns.
Examples of gun harms.
Manufacturers of guns and duties of every state.
Questions to answer in incidents of shooting with a gun on ground.


Annotation or definition of a gun.

What is a gun?
A weapon that shoots bullets or shells.
A weapon consisting of a metal tube from which a projectile is fired at high velocity.

What is another word for gun?
Firearm

Types of guns.

What are the types of guns?
Handguns
Long guns
Mounted or rested guns

Handguns

What are handguns?
These guns are designed to be held in one hand.

What are examples of handguns?
Pistols
Semiautomatic handguns
Machine pistols
Revolvers
Derringers

Long guns

What are long guns?
Long guns are sometimes called shoulder guns.

What are examples of long guns?
Rifles
Shotguns

Mounted or Rested Guns

What are mounted or rested guns?
These guns are rested on the ground or mounted on something.

What are examples of mounted or rested guns?
Large machine guns
Guns mounted on aircraft, tanks, ships.
If guns are of caliber greater than .50, they are called cannons.

What is shooting with a gun on the ground?
Shooting with a gun on ground refers to the use of a gun on the ground.

What are other terms for shooting on the ground?
Encounter with guns.
Gun battle breaks out on ground.

What are scenarios of shooting on ground?
One-way shooting.
Shooting on both sides.

What have been findings in various encounters with guns?
Stage managed encounter with guns.
Alluring individual giving guns and placing them in an encounter.
Standard operating procedure violations.

Duties of police and military with guns

Can a police officer or military officer shoot a person to death?
No.

Why cannot a police officer or military officer shoot a person to death?
Police or military are for protection.
Police or military are not for getting involved in criminal offenses.
If there is any violation by anyone, police or military has to arrest, detain, subdue a person without harms.

What are examples of various shooting incidents that have lead to death or irreparable harms?
Here are various examples.
http://www.globenewspaper.net/2015-November-24.html

http://www.globenewspaper.net/2015-October-6.html

What are examples when a police officer on duty has been charged with murder while shooting to death?
Prosecutors announced first-degree murder charges on Tuesday against officer Jason Van Dyke, 37, in the Oct. 20, 2014 shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.

Van Dyke shot McDonald 16 times and started shooting just six seconds after emerging from his patrol car, emptying his gun at McDonald and preparing to reload.
Police officer was charged 13 months later after incident.

Questions to answer in incidents of shooting with a gun on the ground.

What has happened?
What types of guns were utilized?
What happened before, during, and after the shooting?
What is the profile of the victim?
How many suspects are there?
What is their profile?
Was shooting on the ground one-sided or two-sided?
What harms have occurred due to shooting?
How many total individuals were at the scene on both sides of shooting?
Who is behind the individual or individuals of shooting gun scenario?
Who are the manufacturers of these guns?
Was standard operating procedure violated?
Was there any stage managed case scenario?
Were there any deaths due to this incident?
How many total deaths are there due to this incident?
What harms have occurred due to the shooting?
How could this shooting with a gun on ground be prevented?


Gun laws in the state.

What should you know about harm within and outside the state?
Whether using a service gun or a non-service gun, you cannot harm others within or outside the state.
Whether using a weapon or no weapon, you cannot harm others.

What will happen if any state ignores gun laws in the state?
If any harm occurs, the office of the governor and local officers will be charged with offenses that led to this situation. The office of the governor, with assistance from outside the state, has to ensure the safety of residents of the state.

Motive of Incident

What were the motives behind the incident?
Work–related motives.
Race-related motives.
Mental illness.
Extreme ideology.
Deprivation of rights under the color of the law.
Affirmative defense situation.
Fraudulent, monopolist, harmful president or prime minster or equivalent harm that comes forward as a savior scenario (this has happened many times in the past).
Stage managed encounter with guns.
Alluring individual giving guns and placing them in an encounter.
Mixed Motives
Standard operating procedure violations.
This is under further investigation.
If other, specify.

Press release in the state and outside the state.

Who should circulate press releases publicly from state in the case of a public health emergency?
Emergency management departments in the state and around the world
Office of the governor or the equivalent.
Other essential departments in the state and outside the state.
Seek assistance from departments of other states if outside state assistance is required around the world

Safety from harms within and outside the state.

Who is responsible for ensuring safety from harm for residents and non-residents within and outside the state?
State police.
State military supervised by adjunct general or director of state defense.
Essential departments coordinating with each other in the state.
State powered by other states within and outside the continent.
Admiral from the ocean must have regular communication with every state, such as the office of governor or the equivalent

Shooting down of an aircraft.
What are examples of justified shooting down of an aircraft?
What are examples of unjustified shooting down of an aircraft?
Here are further guidelines.

Criminal conspiracies
Is there a difference between abduction, hostage taking, and criminal conspiracies?
Yes.

What should investigators know about criminal conspiracies?
There can be one criminal conspiracy or repeated criminal conspiracies.

In certain situations, there can be an overlap between criminal conspiracies and other criminal offenses from others.
www.nazianazirqazi.org elaborates various criminal conspiracies repeated from others with overlap of various criminal offenses at various locations and occasions. Those accused or guilty should stay away from public issues with further punishments. Media should not circulate their accused/guilty press release or such media closure is required.
Some of the accused/guilty elaborated at www.nazianazirqazi.org are involved in class 1 felonies that deserves death penalty to those convicted.

What is a criminal conspiracy or repeated criminal conspiracies?
In a criminal conspiracy, two or more people plan a crime or an illegal act that harms another person or others.

What are the punishments for a criminal conspiracy or repeated criminal conspiracies?
Punishments for criminal conspiracy or repeated criminal conspiracies depend on the extent of harms.

Why solutions, remedies, and punishments to criminals involved in criminal conspiracies are essential?
If certain criminal conspiracies are ignored, this can lead to war, turmoil, change of governments, other consequences, including creation of new states.

Last Updated: April 23, 2016