Law enforcement regulates the conduct of people in the society: it entails a set of legislation that ensures people live in a peacefully. The set of rules ensures adequate provision of utility services and civility amongst individuals. The core objective of law enforcement existence is to uphold justice regardless the place. The combination of police, federal and criminal justice departments exist as the major law enforcement agencies. The nature of the work and organization determines the kind of law enforcement agency required. The law enforcement ensures the protection of life, property, and the environment by imposing regulatory rules and necessities upon commercial space activities. The law stabilizes, enables predictability and provides critical needs for business investments (Stephen, 2016).
Internal and external stakeholders
The stakeholders are the chief determinants of the organization’s endeavors, policies, and goals. There are two categories of stakeholders namely: internal and external stakeholders. Internal stakeholders involve the people within the organization affecting the daily functions of an organization. Internal stakeholders include the firm owners, employees and the board of directors. External Stakeholders are the individuals directly affected by the functioning of the organization especially financially. External stakeholders include the customers, suppliers, government, the creditors, and the society. The employees’ civil rights and the set government policies must prevail. The organization’s management, employees’ and customers’ civil rights enforcement promote continual effectiveness. The collaboration of internal and external stakeholders results is needed to build a successful business: either may influence the other.
The exploration of natural gas extraction in North America demonstrates internal stakeholders influencing the external stakeholders. The internal stakeholders are the managers and the staff at large while external stakeholders include the resource suppliers, government, and the community. Natural gas extraction results in the resettlement of people, land degradation, and environmental hazards. The natural gas extraction firms have consistently caused environmental hazards resulting in ecosystem imbalance. The stakeholders work together despite the limitations of the extraction process.
According to Hauser (2016), the internal stakeholders play a significant role in influencing the regulatory, the mining industry and the community. The fundamental objective of the research is investigating the spur that drives the consistent eco-efficiency sustainability techniques of natural gas exploration firms in the north of America. The research involved semi-structured company interviews conducted online using a framework model to ensure stakeholders’ anonymity.
The study findings indicate that the internal stakeholders influence the primary activities of the natural gas firms. The study shows that the manager informs the community, regulatory and the environmental agency all matters concerning their activities through legal procedures. The extraction of the natural gas needs high-tech expertise which is a form of influence to the external stakeholders. Despite the external stakeholders’ positivity, the natural gas extraction still causes environmental challenges such as air pollution and global warming emissions.
The environmental challenge may seem inevitable but through scientific research advanced drilling technology such as enhanced oil recovery; solar powered. The technology has its shortcoming with no environmental emissions and also increases the capacity of natural gas extraction up to eighty percent annually at minimum operational cost (Thermal enhanced oil recovery to transform North American oil sands extraction, 2016).
The fact that the implementation of solar powered extraction results in increased quantity of oil and natural gas extraction at a minimal cost motivates executive stakeholders to buy the idea. I would engage the stakeholders through a critical analysis process comprising of identification of the problem and its root causal, evaluation of various options, prioritization and eventually implementing the selected option.