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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Homeland security : an introduction to principles and practice /|
|Author||Nemeth, Charles P.,|
|Subjects||National security--United States. ; Terrorism--United States--Prevention. ; Terrorism--Prevention.|
|Additional Subjects||United States.--Department of Homeland Security.|
|Collation||xxiv, 518 pages : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm|
"An Auerbach book." Includes bibliographical references and index.
The idea and origin of homeland security -- Terror, threat, and disaster post-9/11 : a new paradigm of homeland security -- Homeland security law, regulations, and budgeting -- Risk management, threats, and hazards -- Training and exercises in homeland security -- DHS challenges : national vs. state and local, national security vs. homeland security -- FEMA, response and recovery -- Intelligence -- Border security, U.S. citizenship and immigration services -- Transportation security -- Homeland security and public health -- The future of homeland security. "Since its formation in 2002 - the largest government reorganization since FDR's "New Deal" - the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has focused on a broad range of public policy, safety, and security issues. From responsible intelligence gathering and combating global terrorism to securing critical infrastructure and disaster planning and response, mounting risks and ever-changing threats have created the need for a timely resource that outlines the recent organizational changes and strategic initiatives that have emerged within DHS." "Homeland Security: An Introduction to Principles and Practice provides students and practitioners alike with the latest developments on the make-up, organization, and strategic mission of DHS. Homeland security involves a complex network of government agencies and private organizations collaborating to ensure the safety and security of the United States, its domestic and global interests, and its citizens. As such, this book offers valuable insights into the roles of multi-jurisdictional agencies and various stakeholders at all levels of government including law enforcement, the military, the intelligence community, emergency managers, and the private sector." --Book Jacket.