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Maritime Security: DHS Could Benefit from Tracking Progress in Implementing the Small Vessel Security Strategy
Stpehen L. Caldwell (au)
The Coast Guard estimates that there were more than 22 million small vessels operating in the U.S. in 2012. Terrorists, smugglers, and other criminals can use small vessels as platforms for their activities because small vessels are generally unregulated and largely anonymous. Law enforcement agencies face the challenge of distinguishing between legitimate small vessel operators and the relatively few individuals estimated to be engaged in illicit activities. The Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) issued its Small Vessel Security Strategy (SVSS) in April 2008 and its follow-on SVSS Implementation Plan in Jan. 2011 to help guide actions to mitigate the security risks arising from small vessels. This report examines what actions, if any, DHS and its components have taken to address small vessel security concerns, and the extent to which they have implemented action items in the SVSS Implementation Plan. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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