Homeland Security and Intelligence, 2nd Edition

Homeland Security and Intelligence, 2nd Edition

by Keith Gregory Logan (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781440856389
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/30/2017
Series: Praeger Security International Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 365
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Keith Gregory Logan is professor of criminal justice at Kutztown University and coeditor of Introduction to Homeland Security.

Table of Contents

Foreword Louis H. Liotti xi

Acknowledgments xv

Introduction: The Strength of Our Intelligence Community Keith Gregory Logan|xvii

Part I The History and Process of Intelligence 1

Chapter 1 A History of U.S. Intelligence Gregory Moore 5

Chapter 2 A Brief Look at the Intelligence Community Keith Gregory Logan 49

Chapter 3 Intelligence Fundamentals David M. Keithly 59

Chapter 4 Intelligence Analysis: A 9/11 Case Study Michael W. Collier 79

Chapter 5 Five Eyes-Foreign Intelligence Services Lamont Colucci 97

Part II Post-9/11 Evolution 115

Chapter 6 Homeland Security Office of Intelligence and Analysis and the New IC Amy Kardell 119

Chapter 7 U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence Keith Gregory Logan 145

Chapter 8 Cyber Security and Intelligence Benjamin Sheam 155

Chapter 9 The Role of Fusion Centers in Homeland Security Carla Lewandowski Ray Guidetti 173

Chapter 10 U.S. Border Security and Intelligence Keith Cozine 193

Chapter 11 Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience through Bi-Directional Intelligence Information Sharing with the Private Sector Ryan K. Baggett 213

Part III Considerations for the Next Decade 227

Chapter 12 Congressional Oversight, the Intelligence Community, and 21st-Century Challenges John Riley Mary Kate Schneider 231

Chapter 13 Domestic Intelligence Revisited: Assessing the Domestic Intelligence Model and Process James Burch 249

Chapter 14 Disrupting Armed Groups: Human Intelligence Strategies Jeffrey H. Norwitz 273

Chapter 15 The Lone Wolf and Radicalization Richard Rempo 291

Chapter 16 Whistleblower or Traitor? Tina Bynum 307

Chapter 17 The National Intelligence University: Integrating the intelligence Community Julie Mendosa 327

Epilogue Keith Gregory Logan 335

About the Editor and Contributors 339

Index 347

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