A 'fingerprint society' would improve homeland security

Avoiding identity fraud is one of the biggest lessons from the 9/11 Commission and other terrorism investigations

By Matt Ernst
​PoliceOne Member

The United States has undergone significant changes since the 9/11 attacks. Such changes include the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and increased terrorism training for law enforcement. The U.S. also convened the 9/11 Commission for the purpose of studying the attack in hopes of preventing future attacks. But are we implementing the lessons learned from the 9/11 Commission and other terrorism investigations? 

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