9780190641672

Policing in an Era of Homeland Security

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    9780190641672

  • ISBN10:

    0190641673

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2019-08-14
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary

Policing in an Era of Homeland Security--now fully updated at a student-friendly price--offers a fuller understanding of how the concept of Homeland Security developed, what it means for the police, and where within the scope of a national Homeland Security framework the police fit.

The first part of the book provides historical context about the era of policing since the 9/11 attacks, the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, and the expansive scope of the DHS. The second part of the book reviews the strategy of homeland security as it relates to state and local
policing; the operational level concepts as they apply to policing and homeland security; and the tactical level methods and training necessary for police to achieve the goals and objectives of homeland security. Policing in an Era of Homeland Security offers coverage of first responder content,
including disaster preparedness and incident command system information, and includes current events and policy initiatives in homeland security that relate to policing. This up-to-date, cutting-edge resource is designed to be used in a variety of policing related courses, including community
policing, contemporary policing, advanced policing, intelligence-led policing, and homeland security policing, and as a supplement in homeland security and terrorism courses.

Author Biography


Willard M. Oliver is Professor in the College of Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State University. He is a former police officer and a retired Military Police Officer.

Table of Contents


Preface

Part 1: Police and Homeland Security

Chapter 1. The Origin of the New Era
Introduction
The Threat-Al Qaeda
The Attack - September 11, 2001
The Response - September 11, 2001
Understanding the Threat
Understanding the Attack
Understanding the Response

Chapter 2. History of Policing and Homeland Security
Introduction
History of Homeland Security
The Four Eras of Policing
The Five Models of Policing
Conclusion

Chapter 3. The Development of Homeland Security
Introduction
Office of Homeland Security
U.S.A. P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Act 2001
The Homeland Security Act 2002
Department of Homeland Security
Homeland Security & State and Local Police
Conclusion

Part II: Policing for Homeland Security

Chapter 4. Police Strategy for Homeland Security
Introduction
Strategies for Homeland Security
Developing a National Homeland Security Strategy for Police
IACPS's Principles for a Nationally Coordinated Homeland Security Strategy
Homeland Security Best Practices-ICMA
Strategies for Local Law Enforcement-COPS & PERF
A Framework to Prepare for Terrorist Threats
Homeland Security and Community Policing as Strategy
A Cohesive Strategy for Homeland Security
Conclusion

Chapter 5. Police Operations for Homeland Security
Introduction
Police Operations for Homeland Security
Police Operational Methods for Homeland Security
Conclusion

Chapter 6. Police Tactics for Homeland Security
Introduction
Tactics Defined
Threat Awareness
Police Response
Conclusion

Appendix
About the Author

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