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April 14, 2008
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LAPD leads the way in local counter-terrorism

By Josh Meyer
The Los Angeles Times

LOS ANGELES -— Since 9/11, authorities have urged local police to become the front line in domestic counter-terrorism, gathering street-level intelligence about crimes and suspicious activities that could foretell another attack.

But for various reasons it has not worked out that way. The nation's 17,000 local law enforcement agencies have gathered information in their own haphazard ways or not at all, authorities and experts say. Most police officers, after all, are trained to gather evidence to prove crimes, not to cultivate and analyze intelligence to prevent terrorists from striking.

Full story: LAPD leads the way in local counter-terrorism






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