7 edition of Assessing counterterrorism-focused domestic intelligence found in the catalog.
Assessing counterterrorism-focused domestic intelligence
Gregory F. Treverton
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Gregory F. Treverton.|
|LC Classifications||JK468.I6 T712 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008026150|
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Examines counterterrorism-focused domestic intelligence in the United States and discusses the pros and cons of creating a new, dedicated domestic intelligence agency, on the model of several comparable democracies. --This text refers to the paperback by: 7.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover, Ap Author: Darren E. Tromblay. Examines counterterrorism-focused domestic intelligence in the United States and discusses the pros and cons of creating a new, dedicated domestic intelligence agency, on the model of several comparable democracies.
This book is a welcome addition to the rather small literature on domestic and homeland intelligence in the United States. It will interest more than just intelligence specialists, because Tromblay addresses broader homeland security issues, focusing especially on the FBI and DHS, and the book would serve as a useful introduction to those agencies.
Although Tromblay has a background as a federal government intelligence analyst. Drawing on an analysis of current counterterrorism efforts, an examination the domestic intelligence agencies in six other democracies, and interviews with intelligence and law enforcement experts, this volume lays out the relevant considerations for creating such an agency.
Assessing Counterterrorism-focused Domestic Intelligence 'Dr Treverton has provided thoughtful ideas for policy makers for improving performance of the U.S. intelligence community. The book will also be a useful guide to those who want to work in one or more of the intelligence organizations.' Robert Inman, University of Texas, Austin and.
Reorganizing U.S. Domestic Intelligence: Assessing the Options Author: Gregory F. Treverton Subject: Examines counterterrorism-focused domestic intelligence in the United States and discusses the pros and cons of creating a new, dedicated domestic intelligence agency, on the model of several comparable democracies.
Created Date: 10/8/ AM. If America’s counterterrorism-focused domestic intelligence, broadly conceived, is found wanting—and how to do better while preserv-ing civil liberties is the policy challenge—changing organizations is one approach.
But it is only one. Organizational approaches should be considered against a broader range of policy approaches—including. Intelligence and law enforcement will therefore need to assess what other vulnerabilities can and should be targeted.
Our ability to respond to these emerging challenges and develop effective countermeasures is likely to define our counterterrorism success in the coming decade. Terrorism is. Assessment Methodology: Evolution, Issues, and Options for Congress February 2, Todd Masse Specialist in Domestic Intelligence and Counterterrorism Domestic Social Policy Division Siobhan O’Neil Analyst in Domestic Security and Intelligence Domestic Social Policy Division John Rollins Specialist in Terrorism and International Crime.
Part of this debate is whether the United States needs a dedicated domestic counterterrorism intelligence agency. To inform future policy decisionmaking, this book examines, from a variety of perspectives, the policy proposal that such an agency be created.
Human Intelligence, Counterterrorism, and National Leadership will be of interest to legislators, policymakers, and anyone concerned about intelligence and terrorism policy.
With a foreword by Seth G. Jones, a political scientist at the RAND Corporation and Adjunct Professor in the Security Studies Program at Georgetown s: The continuous threat of terrorism has thrust Risk assessment and management concepts and domestic preparedness obligations to the very top of the law enforcement agenda.
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