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Strategy for local law enforcement agencies to improve collection, analysis and dissemination of terrorist information

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Authors
Cleary, Christopher J.
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Advisors
Simeral, Robert
Date of Issue
2006-03
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Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
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Abstract
Local law enforcement agencies play a significant role in domestic counter-terrorism and homeland security. The intelligence function of law enforcement agencies enhances their ability to detect criminal activity related to terror groups, as well as the ability to prevent, or respond to a terrorist attack. This research project identifies policies and procedures that could be implemented by local law enforcement agencies to enhance cooperation and collaboration with other public sector agencies, private sector security providers, and the general public. The policies and procedures are based on intelligence-led policing and public-private partnerships, and will generate the ability to increase the flow of information disseminated from, and collected by, law enforcement intelligence entities. The resulting intelligence developed by law enforcement intelligence can be pushed up to the state and national level to improve the nation's ability to detect potential terrorist activity, protect citizens, and safeguard critical infrastructure.
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Thesis
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CHDS State/Local
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Department of National Security Affairs
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Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.).
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xii, 59 p. : ill. (some col.) ;
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