Domestic Terrorism and Incident Management: Issues and Tactics / Edition 1

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2001 Trade paperback New. No DJ Issued New. No dust jacket as issued. 291 p. Audience: General/trade. After reading this text, the reader will have a fuller understanding of ... the nature of domestic terrorism and a clearer understanding of the basics. These basics include a review of the complex history that spans thousands of years, an explanation of definitions, a review of contemporary domestic terrorism, and the examination of intelligence gathering, threat analysis, and emergency responses to terrorism-incident management. Read more Show Less

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  • ISBN-13: 9780398072261
  • Publisher: Charles C. Thomas, Publisher
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 314

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
Pt. 1 The Definitional and Historical Dimensions of Terrorism 3
Ch. 1 Terrorism and Terrorists: A Definitional Perspective 5
Terrorism Defined 8
Terrorism Typologies 11
Terrorists Defined 14
The Tools of Terror 18
Ch. 2 Terrorism in the Global Arena: An Historical Perspective 35
Ancient Times to 1800 36
1800 to 1900 39
1900 to 1950 45
1950 to 1979 50
1980 to 2000 60
Ch. 3 Terrorism in the United States: A Relationship as "American as Apple Pie" 74
Scapegoating Vigilantes 76
Patriot Militias 85
Left-Wing Extremism and Terrorism 92
Extremists, Terrorists, and Law Enforcement Responses: Yesterday and Today 97
Pt. 2 Contemporary Domestic Terrorism 105
Ch. 4 The American Hate and Patriot- Militia Movements 107
Hate-Motivated Groups 108
Patriot and Militia Groups 127
Ch. 5 Special Interest Extremists and Terrorists 140
Extremist and Terrorist Groups 140
Special-Interest Extremist Groups to Watch 161
Ch. 6 Case Studies in Domestic Terrorism and Political Extremism 173
Randy Weaver and Ruby Ridge 174
Federal Assault on the Branch Davidian Complex in Waco, Texas 180
World Trade Center Bombing 187
Bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 191
The Freemen of Montana 195
The Unabomber 197
Ch. 7 The Changing Character of Domestic Terrorism 204
The Ideologies and Activities of Right-Wing and Special-Interest Terrorist Groups 205
International Terrorist Links 206
New and Different Terrorist Tools and Tactics 208
Pt. 3 Intelligence Gathering and Emergency Response Incident Management to Terrorism 219
Ch. 8 The Gathering of Criminal Intelligence: Policy and Practice 221
Criminal Intelligence Gathering Goals 221
Relationship of Privacy Rights to the Gathering of Criminal Intelligence 222
The FBI Lead Agency Responsibilities 227
Investigative Techniques 233
Other Authorities Relating to the FBI's Investigative Jurisdiction in Terrorism Cases 240
Ch. 9 Terrorism Incident Management: Strategies and Tactics 242
Strategies to Prevent Terrorist Incidents 242
Terrorism Prevention: Proactive Criminal Investigations 247
Strategies for Threat Assessment 251
Strategies for Domestic Preparedness 255
Tactics to Create a Unified National Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction 258
Name Index 273
Subject Index 277
About the Authors 293
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