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Terrorism Prevention and Response

Terrorism Prevention and Response

Because American cops are on the front lines in counterterrorism, the Terrorism Prevention and Response topic page is updated with news and information to protect the homeland from all enemies, foreign and domestic. From lone wolf domestic terrorists to radical Islamist jihadists, terrorism existed in the U.S. long before 9/11 and will remain a looming threat.
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June 18, 2014
Analyzing the threat of domestic terrorism through the lens of the LVMPD attack Scott Stewart - Tactical Intelligence

Analyzing the threat of domestic terrorism through the lens of the LVMPD attack

Domestic terrorists who can conduct spectacular, high-casualty attacks like those orchestrated by Timothy McVeigh or Anders Breivik are the exception rather than the rule - Full Story
April 15, 2014
Hero cop among thousands returning for Boston Marathon Loraine Burger - Perspectives on Policing

Hero cop among thousands returning for Boston Marathon

After the bombs went off on Boylston Street, Rhode Island State Trooper Roupen Bastajian ignored the cramps he’d incurred in the 26.2-mile run, and raced back to the finish line to help aid the victims - Full Story
April 04, 2014
Demystifying the criminal planning cycle Scott Stewart - Tactical Intelligence

Demystifying the criminal planning cycle

Understanding the criminal planning cycle is important, because that understanding can then be used by potential victims and law enforcement officers to look for the various aspects of the cycle as it progresses - Full Story
March 27, 2014
Keeping an eye on counterfeiting PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

Keeping an eye on counterfeiting

In PoliceOne "First Person" essays, PoliceOne Members candidly share their own unique personal insights on issues confronting cops today, as well as opinions, observations, and advice on living life behind the thin blue line - Full Story
March 20, 2014
How local and state cops fit into counterterrorism PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

How local and state cops fit into counterterrorism

While we will always need to train to respond to an attack, we will be much more effective by conducting proactive investigations β€” investigations which begin with learning the pre-attack indicators of terrorists - Full Story
February 17, 2014
How to spot and catch mentally-disturbed Scott Stewart - Tactical Intelligence

How to spot and catch mentally-disturbed "lone wolves"

Efforts to detect surveillance β€” whether by law enforcement, intelligence agencies, corporations or individuals β€” are a critical means of spotting lone wolves during the target selection and planning stage - Full Story
February 03, 2014
Protecting the games: Law enforcement's Olympic legacy of information sharing American Military University - In Public Safety

Protecting the games: Law enforcement's Olympic legacy of information sharing

By Jon Gordon, Deputy Chief (Retired), Atlanta Police Department & Professor of Homeland Security,... - Full Story
January 27, 2014
Reexamining the threat to the Sochi Olympic Games Scott Stewart - Tactical Intelligence

Reexamining the threat to the Sochi Olympic Games

No matter how professional, well-equipped, and committed Vilayat Dagestan is, attacking the Olympic Games will be no easy task - Full Story
January 20, 2014
Law and order for cyber war? Doug Page - Homeland Technology

Law and order for cyber war?

Rules for cyber war proposed to create Internet safe havens by limiting cyber targets and cyber weapons - Full Story
December 19, 2013
A 'fingerprint society' would improve homeland security PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

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 - Full Story



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