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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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August 18, 2006
Trading freedoms for national security...do you have a choice? The Police Officers Safety Association (POSA) - Free Video Training Programs for Law Enforcement

Trading freedoms for national security...do you have a choice?

By Ralph Mroz Training Director: Police Officers Safety Association (POSA) [Editor's note: What do you... - Full Story
August 11, 2006
Terrorist plot busted: 7 ways police can learn from the incident Scott Buhrmaster - Topics & Tactics for Law Enforcement

Terrorist plot busted: 7 ways police can learn from the incident

By Scott Buhrmaster PoliceOne Managing Editor After diffusing a plot to blow up as many as 10 Britain-to-U.S.... - Full Story
June 16, 2006
Terrorism organizational and communication strategies Lt. Raymond E. Foster (ret.) - Securing the Homeland

Terrorism organizational and communication strategies

by Lt. Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.), MPA Sponsored by ITT Night Vision Intelligence gathering is the... - Full Story
June 08, 2006
Time for Vigilance! Street Survival insights from Dave Smith Dave Smith - The Winning Mind

Time for Vigilance! Street Survival insights from Dave Smith

The death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is a blast of good news even the major media outlets couldn't ignore... - Full Story
April 03, 2006
Risk communications Lt. Raymond E. Foster (ret.) - Securing the Homeland

Risk communications

By Lt. Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.), MPA For both law enforcement officials and terrorist organizations,... - Full Story
February 27, 2006
Web site shares critical Lt. Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.) - Leadership, Technology and Tactics: Themes from the Street

Web site shares critical "blast injury" information for 1st responders

A group of academic, university-based emergency physicians with an interest in blast injuries has launched... - Full Story
December 20, 2005
Homeland Security: An overview of the national response plan Lt. Raymond E. Foster (ret.) - Securing the Homeland

Homeland Security: An overview of the national response plan

In a previous article we looked at the history and functions of the Incident Command System (ICS). Recall... - Full Story
December 07, 2005
Radiation Shawn Hughes - WMD and Bomb Disposal Issues

Radiation

Part 4 of a special 4-part series Hello! If you've just clicked on this article, I strongly suggest you... - Full Story
November 30, 2005
Sitting on the sidelines?! No way! Shawn Hughes - WMD and Bomb Disposal Issues

Sitting on the sidelines?! No way!

In this edition, I would like to share an e-mail I received from a friend I will call Mookie Spicoli,... - Full Story
October 01, 2005
At least nine dead as Bali hit by blasts Chief Clark Staten - Emergency Service News from the Emergency Response & Research Institute (ERRI)

At least nine dead as Bali hit by blasts

ERRI - Emergency.com BALI, INDONESIA: At least nine people have been killed in a series of explosions... - Full Story



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Terrorism Prevention and Response Columnists

Securing the Homeland Securing the Homeland
with Lt. Raymond E. Foster (ret.)
10-43: Be Advised... 10-43: Be Advised...
with Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief