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Impact of Terrorism on State Law Enforcement: Adjusting to New Roles and Changing Conditions: Final Report
Chad Foster (au); Gary Cordner (au)
In 2004, a national survey of state law enforcement agencies was conducted to measure their changing roles in the post 9/11 era. Findings indicated that state police faced homeland security responsibilities while also shouldering new burdens due to shifting fed. law enforcement priorities. To find out if these changes hold true today, a follow-up survey was conducted in June 2006 to explore this question & identify emerging terrorism-related changes & trends. Key findings: state law enforcement agencies continue to play critical roles in homeland security; intelligence sharing & analysis remain a high priority; homeland security roles & responsibilities continue to evolve; & collaboration with fed. counterparts remains a priority to states.
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