Terrorism Prevention and Response
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American policing in the next decade: A conversation with Chief Bill Bratton–
After more than 40 years of crime fighting, the only person to have led both NYPD and LAPD announced his retirement from law enforcement in October 2009
Know your enemy: Militant militias targeting cops–
Domestic militias know the customs of America and can blend in far better than any foreign terrorist
UN peacekeeping operations in Africa–
When the DPKO's African missions are tabulated, one can gain some perspective of the scope of the U.N.'s involvement in Africa
Analyzing the Hutarees: Lessons from a failed plot–
The militia group's poor operational security mitigated the threat they posed
Lone wolves and 'Grassroots Jihad'–
Lost amid rumors that Adam Gadahn had been arrested in Karachi, in a March 7th video Gadahn tells jihadists to strike targets "close to them"
Jihad in cyberspace–
Organizations promoting jihad are using the Internet to propagate their extremist religious ideology through training and resources for jihadists
Analyzing and defining terrorist acts–
What types of attacks should be considered terrorism?
General aviation offers a reminder of vulnerability–
STRATFOR’s Scott Stewart writes that there is very little that can be done to stop an airplane flown by a suicidal pilot
P1 Interactive: What is terrorism?–
Centennial Olympic Park, Oklahoma City, Fort Hood... the Unabomer, the Weathermen, the Army of God... terrorism in the United States is most often the work of domestic attackers, not foreign ones
Making the case for distance shooting–
Your sidearm will never be a carbine, but it will be there when you need it, provided you brought it in the first place and you have the skill to use it effectively
30 years of the Street Survival Seminar–
Hundreds of thousands of cops have been impacted by a seminar that began with a dozen officers crammed into an elementary school classroom
Building fusion centers for the next decade–
What does the future hold for American policing in the modern fusion center?
SWAT options for multiple shooter terrorist attacks–
Police officers need to prepare to tactically resolve a mass hostage siege
Preparing for the words "I have a bomb!"–
In the past, when officers faced suspects who said, “I have a bomb!” many of those cops would think to themselves, “Yeah, right! Let’s see it.” Those days are over.
Jihadism in 2010: The threat continues–
The al Qaeda core will continue to be marginalized, regional jihadist franchise groups will be at the vanguard of the physical battle, and grassroots operatives will remain a persistent, though lower-level, threat
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