Terrorism and Organized Hate Crime: Intelligence Gathering, Analysis and Investigations, Second Edition

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CRC Press, Nov 14, 2006 - Computers - 392 pages
Traditionally, law enforcement agencies react to isolated crimes in insulated jurisdictions. With the rise of terrorism, law enforcement agencies can no longer afford to operate blindly. The only way to maintain an edge on this nebulous and insidious enemy is through proactive intervention. Law enforcement must gather good raw data, transform it th
 

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Contents

chapter one A need for understanding and analysis
1
chapter two Understanding and defining terrorism
19
chapter three Homeland security and analysis
57
chapter four Working the puzzle one piece at a timelearning to anticipate behavior
75
chapter five Gathering information the key to the process
107
transforming information into intelligence
129
the future is here todaylearning from the past
167
chapter eight What the future may hold
211
Symbols of hate
259
Foreignbased terrorist organizations
267
Explosive materials
303
Homeland security state contact list
313
Publication references
325
Government legislative references
335
Glossary of terminology
341
index
347

chapter nine Conclusion
243
Domesticbased terrorist organizations
249
Patriot groups in the United States
253

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