Homeland Security: An Introduction

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Routledge, Oct 1, 2006 - Law - 250 pages
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This book provides a basic overview for of homeland security, including the creation of homeland security, the homeland security transformation, homeland security strategies and initiatives, and legal issues related to homeland security.



  • Chapters supplemented by tables, figures, boxed inserts, related websites, and photos.
  • Appendices include selected commission recommendations, 9/11 hijackers, organizational charts and mission statements of selected agencies.
 

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Contents

Part I Threats Against the United States and the Creation of Homeland Security
1
Part II The Homeland Security Transformation
83
Part III Homeland Security Strategies and Initiatives
137
Part IV Homeland Security and Beyond
229
Appendices
275
Name Index
309
Subject Index
311
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