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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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Audio: 911 calls from Newtown show calm response

One caller told police in a trembling, breathless voice that a gunman was shooting inside the building - Full Story

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Should we fear active shooter anniversaries?

Experts say that those who carry out horrific acts pick their dates very carefully, and that anniversaries may serve as a blueprint for evil - Full Story

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Newtown to release 911 calls from school shooting

The AP will review the tapes' content and determine what might meet its standards before releasing material - Full Story

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The security concept Secure - Login Required

Samuel Bashan of Homeland Security Network discusses his ‘Security Concept’ and how officers can use it to identify terrorists.
The security concept

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Police: Yale campus safe, no gunman found

SWAT teams searching the Ivy League campus did not find a gunman after a room-by-room search and the lockdown was lifted - Full Story

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Video, 911 calls of NJ mall shooting released

Chilling video of man dressed in black, wearing a helmet and carrying a large gun caught on surveillance.

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Video, 911 calls of NJ mall shooting released

Chilling video of man dressed in black, wearing a helmet and carrying a large gun caught on surveillance - Full Story

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Chief: Explosion at Ore. legal office an attack on law enforcement

Chief: Explosion at Ore. legal office an attack on law enforcement

The FBI said it was too early to say whether the blast in Jackson County, which injured no one, was terror-related - Full Story

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Judge: Newtown 911 tapes to remain secret

Judge Eliot Prescott said he will listen to the recordings, then issue a decision at a hearing scheduled for Nov. 25.

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Judge: Newtown 911 tapes to remain secret

Judge Eliot Prescott said he will listen to the recordings, then issue a decision at a hearing scheduled for Nov. 25 - Full Story



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