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What role should non-security personnel play in an emergency plan and disaster response?
Weegy: Any viable security plan should include non-security personnel also, in the form of drills and practise responses. [ Because if you don't, the response will be less efficient, and the response would be slower, when sometimes all one have are seconds... Practising and drills (no matter how time consuming and ridiculous) shows that an organization is committed and serious about these issues.... ] (More)
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How can a company or organization balance safety and liability issues with the use of non-security personnel during a disaster or emergency?
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What are the origins of prisoner rehabilitation?
Weegy: The origins of rehabilitation focused on forcing an inmate to consider both the error of his or her ways, the gravity of the crime committed, and why good conduct and further avoidance of crime would be beneficial. [ The initial origins of the penitentiary were created by the Quakers, and reinforced by religious fervor for a ‘black and white’ application of the law. “ What the Quakers believed in was penance, the suffering of punishment inducing the prisoner to express sorrow for his sins and to promise to do good to make up for his evil acts social change based on the religious transformation that took place within the penitentiary. The penitentiary was a place for penitents to do penance. This was intended to take place in isolation, as one might meditate alone in one’s room” ] (More)
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