Foundations of Homeland Security: Law and Policy
May 2011, ©2011
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2 The Strategic Environment.
3 Homeland Security Council.
4 Intelligence Gathering.
5 The Department of Homeland Security.
6 The Federal Emergency Management Agency.
7 National Security Strategy of the United States of America, March 2006.
8 National Strategy for Combating Terrorism, September, 2006.
9 National Strategy for Homeland Security, October 2007.
10 Border Security.
11 Critical Infrastructure Protection.
12 Cyber Security.
13 Agriculture and Food.
14 Transportation Security.
B. Aviation Security.
C. Maritime Transportation Security.
D. Rail Transportation.
15 Weapons of Mass Destruction.
16 Biodefense and WMD Medical Countermeasures.
17 National Continuity Policy.
18 Identification Issues.
A. Terrorist Screening: Biometrics for Identification.
B. Real ID.
C. Common Identification for Federal Employees.
19 Emergency Preparedness and Response.
20 National Incident Management System (NIMS).
21 National Response Framework.
22 Authority to Use Military Force.
23 Detention and Treatment of Terrorists.
24 Resiliency and a Culture of Preparedness.
25 European Homeland Security: A Work in Progress (John L. Clarke).
26 China and Japan: Approaches to Domestic and Transnational Terrorism (Manuel Manriquez).
27 Teaching Ideas.