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Methods to Improve the Fire Service Power Efficiently By Means of Local Administrative System Reorganization: Centering on the Example of Integrated Changwon-City

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2011, 7(1), pp.143-158
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

Ryu Sang Il 1 최호택 2 Lee, Min-kyu ORD ID 3

1충북대학교
2Manchester Metropolitan University
3교토대학 대학원

Candidate

ABSTRACT

This study is a research of current views of the desirable roles of the fire service that are to prevent from and suppress the fire for people's safety and to do rescue and relief activities according to local administrative system reorganization under the situation where arguments of the reorganization are in active progress. In other words, the Ministry of Public Administration and Security is progressing integration of cities, counties and wards to strengthen the autonomy of local government and improve local economy and as the result, Masan-city, Changwon-city and Jinhae-city are changed to Integrated Changwon-city. In addition, by means of the enactment of the special law of local administrative system reorganization, as a special case work of a big city with more than 1 million population, the integrated Changwon-city became to take the responsibility for overall matters of the fire service such as prevention from, suppression of and investigation into the fire, and rescue and relief work under emergency situations such as the fire and disaster, etc. As the result, now is the transition period for changing the wide-area fire administration system that has continued from 1992. As such, in this study, the researcher intends to discuss the desirable directions of the administrative system in order to improve the fire service power efficiently according to the local administrative system reorganization on the basis of current views.

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