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📒Combating Terrorism ✍ Jess T. Ford
✏Combating Terrorism Book Summary :
✏Publications Combined Over 20 National Intelligence University Studies Focusing On Domestic Intelligence Book Summary : Over 3,300 total pages …. Introduction: The National Intelligence University is the Intelligence Community’s sole accredited, federal degree-granting institution. The main campus is located in Bethesda, MD and it also has Academic Centers located around the world. The faculty of NIU are subject matter experts from around the intelligence community who bring a wealth of knowledge and practical experience, as well as academic qualifications, to the classroom. Included titles: BRINGING INTELLIGENCE ABOUT Practitioners Reflect on Best Practices ANTICIPATING SURPRISE Analysis for Strategic Warning Learning With Professionals: Selected Works from the Joint Military Intelligence College THE CREATION OF THE NATIONAL IMAGERY AND MAPPING AGENCY: CONGRESS’S ROLE AS OVERSEER The Coast Guard Intelligence Program Enters the Intelligence Community A Case Study of Congressional Influence on Intelligence Community Evolution THE BLUE PLANET INFORMAL INTERNATIONAL POLICE NETWORKS AND NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE TEACHING INTELLIGENCE AT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES SHAKESPEARE FOR ANALYSTS: LITERATURE AND INTELLIGENCE Out of Bounds: Innovation and Change in Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis Managing the Private Spies Use of Commercial Augmentation for Intelligence Operations Intelligence Professionalism in the Americas Y: The Sources of Islamic Revolutionary Conduct GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM: ANALYZING THE STRATEGIC THREAT SENSEMAKING - A STRUCTURE FOR AN INTELLIGENCE REVOLUTION Finding Leaders Preparing the Intelligence Community for Succession Management EXPERIENCES TO GO: TEACHING WITH INTELLIGENCE CASE STUDIES Democratization of Intelligence Crime Scene Intelligence An Experiment in Forensic Entomology BENEATH THE SURFACE INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLESPACE for COUNTERTERRORISM A FLOURISHING CRAFT: TEACHING INTELLIGENCE STUDIES INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS IN THEATER JOINT INTELLIGENCE CENTERS: AN EXPERIMENT IN APPLYING STRUCTURED METHODS The Common Competencies for State, Local, and Tribal Intelligence Analysts
📒The Blue Planet ✍ Michael D. Bayer
✏The Blue Planet Book Summary : Mike Bayer's book, "The Blue Planet: Informal International Police Networks and National Intelligence," makes a powerful argument for why the United States needs to make better use of its federal law enforcement agencies abroad as an integral part of our national counterterrorism strategy. Bayer's book criticizes the primacy of the military/intelligence model in our foreign counterintelligence strategy, arguing that the counterterrorism role reserved for the FBI makes insufficient use of the global networking capabilities of our many other American law enforcement agencies abroad. Bayer's book makes an important contribution to the literature on international governmental networks, such as the work of Anne-Marie Slaughter and Kal Raustiala, describing the unique ability that informal networks of cooperating law enforcement agencies have to collect information about local conditions and local communities that may prove crucial in identifying terrorist threats and preventing terrorist attacks. Bayer argues that such networks have proven immensely successful in investigating organized crime, but that these capabilities have been underused against international terrorist networks. By virtue of their omnipresence around the globe, police are "natural anticipatory collectors" of vast amounts of information. They are for that reason well-placed to detect suspicious activities, particularly given the overlap between terrorist cells and criminal networks. Law enforcement personnel have a unique ability to draw on trust and a common culture with their counterparts in other countries, resulting in a regular informal interchange of useful information. Building on the work of Mathieu Deflem, Bayer recognizes the particular advantage that the police enjoy by virtue of their professional autonomy and relative independence from the centers of political decision-making. (Quoted From Defense Technical IInformation Center citation to the book on the Internet).
📒Interagency Collaboration ✍ Janet A. St. Laurent
✏Interagency Collaboration Book Summary : While national security activities, which range from planning for an influenza pandemic to Iraq reconstruction, require collaboration among multiple agencies, the mechanisms used for such activities may not provide the means for interagency collaboration needed to meet modern national security challenges. This report addresses actions needed to enhance interagency collaboration for national security activities: (1) the development and implementation of overarching, integrated strategies; (2) the creation of collaborative organizations; (3) the development of a well-trained workforce; and (4) the sharing and integration of national security information across agencies. Charts and tables.
📒Terrorism Within Comparative International Context ✍ M.R. Haberfeld
✏Terrorism Within Comparative International Context Book Summary : The introductory chapter of this book presents the concepts of the bene?ts inherent in the study of comparative approach for an effective counterterrorism response on the local law enforcement level and overviews the inception of the project. Throughout the twentieth century and into the twenty-?rst century, especially after the events of September 11, 2001, the legitimacy of law enforcement practices has been cited as a major concern for international criminal justice. As policing pr- titioners and scholars throughout the world shifted focus from a traditional reactive, crime control stance to the need for accountability mechanisms to ensure the s- port of citizenry in combating crime and terrorism, the democratization of policing was seen as the best mechanism for achieving long-term gains in public order at the same time as protecting human rights. While the need to maintain human rights remains an important issue, balancing these concerns with the important public safety interests of societies is paramount.
✏Author : Charles Michael Johnson
✏Publisher : DIANE Publishing
✏Release Date : 2008-10
✏Pages : 17
✏ISBN : 9781437906271
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Combating Terrorism Guidance for State Dept Antiterrorism Assistance Program Is Limited and State Does Not Systematically Assess Outcomes Book Summary : The Dept. of State¿s Antiterrorism Assistance program¿s objectives are to provide partner nations with counter-terrorism training and equipment, improve bilateral ties, and increase respect for human rights. State¿s Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism provides policy guidance and its Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Office of Antiterrorism Assistance (ATA), manages program operations. This report assesses: (1) State¿s guidance for determining ATA priorities; (2) how State coordinates ATA with other counter-terrorism programs; (3) the extent State established ATA program goals and measures; and (4) State¿s reporting on U.S. counter-terrorism assistance. Includes recommendations. Illustrations.
📒Combating Terrorism ✍ Gene L. Dodaro
✏Combating Terrorism Book Summary : Since 2002, destroying the terrorist threat and closing safe havens have been key national security goals. As of May 2008, the U.S. had provided Pakistan, a key ally in the war on terror, more than $10 billion in funds and assistance. Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas' (FATA) rugged terrain, poor economic conditions, low literacy, underdeveloped infrastructure, and unique legal structure, all add to the complexity of efforts to address the terrorist threat in the FATA. This testimony discusses the: (1) progress of U.S. national security goals in the FATA as of May 2008; (2) status of U.S. efforts to develop a comprehensive plan; and (3) oversight of U.S. Coalition Support Funds provided to Pakistan. Map and charts.
📒National Security Interagency Collaboration And Lessons From Southcom And Africom ✍ United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs
✏Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs
✏Release Date : 2011
✏Pages : 98
✏ISBN : UCSD:31822032520363
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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📒The Role Of The Military In Combating Terrorism ✍ Orrin G. Hatch
✏The Role of the Military in Combating Terrorism Book Summary :