Bernard Wiśniewski, Gerald G. Sander & Paweł Kobes (eds.)
Threats, Law and Organization
Hamburg 2019, 150 Seiten
ISBN 978-3-339-11094-7 (Print), ISBN 978-3-339-11095-4 (eBook)
Brandschutz, Cultural Property, Fire Brigades, Fire Protection, Fire Safety, Hochwasserschutz, Katastrophenschutz, Kulturgüterschutz, Natural Disasters, Natural Hazards, Naturkatastrophen, Öffentliche Sicherheit, Police Law, Politikwissenschaft, Polizeirecht, Public Safety, Rechtswissenschaft, Security Law, Sicherheitsrecht, Sozialwissenschaft, Terroristische Bedrohung, Terrorist Threat
Security research shows the relationship between security and threats on the one hand and the law and organization on the other. In the context of relationships with the law, the point is primarily to determine whether and to what extent legal regulations allow authorities to counteract threats. This becomes particularly evident when public safety is threatened, especially with regard to the devastating effects of forces of nature and the development of civilization. Extraordinary threats to people and environment belong to the category of hazards that cannot be faced on one’s own. In order to minimize damage caused by natural forces and to re-establish normal day-to-day operation of a given city or town, joint actions must be taken.
Über die Autoren
Bernard Wiśniewski; Professor of Social Sciences at the Police Academy in Szczytno/Poland and the Main School of Fire Service in Warsaw/Poland.
Gerald G. Sander; Professor of Public Law at the University of Public Administration and Finance Ludwigsburg/Germany.
Paweł Kobes; Associate Professor at the University of Warsaw/Poland and Tutor at the Witelon State University of Applied Sciences in Legnica/Poland.
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