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1 LEADERSHIP LESSONS Leadership Lessons Darren Crowe CJA/375 May 10, 2018 Professor James Beeks
2 LEADERSHIP LESSONS Table of Contents Introduction How Hurricane Katrina started Evacuation First Responders After-math Restoration
3 LEADERSHIP LESSONS Hurricane Katrina has been named as a standout amongst the most heartbreaking characteristic events to have occurred in the United States in the previous 100 years. The monstrous hurricane accomplished its top on August 29th, 2005 and portrayed by the overpowering decimation of homes, properties, and loss of a few lives. It caused boundless demolition along the Mississippi River, and Lake Pontchartrain and consequently the impacts primarily felt in New Orleans, Los Angeles and Gulfport and Mississippi. It at first created as a tropical discouragement in the Southeastern Bahamas on the 23rd of August at that point reinforced into a serious hurricane on the resulting days. Later it continued towards the North West through the Bahamas as the quality likewise expanded (Palser, 2007). How Katrina Started At roughly 6.30p.m EDT two days after the fact, it turned into a classification one hurricane with a tempest surge of 4-5feet and winds of 74-95mph. The storm at that point moved Southwest over the tip of The Florida Peninsula before recapturing quality at the Mexican Gulf. On the evening of 26th, it achieved a noteworthy hurricane status and kept on reinforcing pushing ahead in the following 48hours. The tempest crested on the morning of August the 28th with more than 170mph with most extreme breeze speeds, consequently turning into a classification five which advanced over to the resulting day. It prompted monstrous death toll, flooding, control blackouts, relocation of the tenants from their homes because of the final obliteration of their homes. Everybody was similarly influenced, from the basic regular citizen to the police and the region heads. It banned development and travel and along these lines encourage is difficult to get from both around the influenced districts and from a far distance (Wapple, 2005). Evacuation The cause of the damages attributed to both the hurricane, and the failure of the human-made levees intended to secure the city since it worked under ocean level. The first occupants were the French, who did their developments along the sickle city in a place that was initially swampy. Days before

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