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NCJ Number: NCJ 211508    
Title: New Realities: Law Enforcement in the Post-9/11 Era
Author(s): Joel Leson ; Andrew Morabito ; Sheldon Greenberg ; Marilyn Peterson ; Phil Lynn
Corporate Author: International Assoc of Chiefs of Police
United States of America

National Sheriffs' Association (NSA)
United States of America

Police Foundation
United States of America

Bureau of Justice Assistance
US Dept of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
United States of America

National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
United States of America

Major Cities Chiefs Assoc
United States of America
Date Published: 2006
Page Count: 0
Sale Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance Clearinghouse
P.O. Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20849-6000
United States of America
Type: Legislation/Policy Description
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This CD-ROM presents four articles from a series about law enforcement practices in the Post-9/11 era.
Abstract: The four articles, entitled “Assessing and Managing the Terrorism Threat,” “Engaging the Private Sector to promote Homeland Security: Law Enforcement-Private Security Partnerships,” “Intelligence-led Policing: The New Intelligence Architecture,” and “Mutual Aid: Multijurisdictional Partnerships for Meeting Regional Threats,” all address different areas of counterterrorism law enforcement. The first paper presents the components of risk assessment and management. Protocols are offered that help with the calculation of criticality, vulnerability, threat, and risk and resources are extended for agencies developing these skills. A utilitarian risk management methodology is presented and promising local practices that are being adapted to implement the Department of Homeland Security’s State Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy Program are described. The second paper addresses why partnerships between private security and public law enforcement are important to homeland security efforts. The benefits of law enforcement-private security partnerships are enumerated and guidelines are offered for planning effective partnerships. Profiles are presented of numerous local, regional, State, and Federal programs featuring effective law enforcement-private security collaborations. The third paper underscores the importance of intelligence-led policing and describes the basic steps to developing a criminal intelligence capability. Several success stories from around the country are presented that highlight effective intelligence and analysis operations. The fourth paper discusses the importance of establishing mutual aid agreements across jurisdictional lines and discusses how to establish mutual aid agreements, including their terms and conditions. The barriers to effective cross-jurisdictional collaboration efforts are described, including mistrust and unclear limits regarding the scope of the agreement. Predeployment considerations and the steps involved in activating mutual aid plans are outlined.
Main Term(s): Law enforcement ; Counter-terrorism tactics
Index Term(s): Police-private police cooperation ; Police response to terrorism ; Counter-terrorism intelligence
   
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