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Preventing Terrorism

Lessons Learned from the Vegas Sniper Attack

A criminal sniper shooting people from an elevated "hide" presents an extreme tactical challenge for law enforcement.

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Working with Event Security After Vegas

When planning security for any event, there needs to be a site-specific analysis based on geographic risks.

DHS Awards Grants to Counter Terrorist Recruitment and Radicalization in U.S.

Today, the Department of Homeland Security announced the award recipients for the congressionally established Countering Violent Extremism Grant Program.

Video: FBI Arrests SC Man Allegedly Planning Attack 'In the Spirit of Dylann Roof'

A man with connections to a white supremacy group was arrested in Myrtle Beach, SC, Wednesday after purchasing a gun from an undercover FBI agent, apparently intending to commit an attack “in the spirit of Dylann Roof.”

FBI Arrests SC Man Allegedly Planning Attack 'In the Spirit of Dylann Roof'

A man with connections to a white supremacy group was arrested in Myrtle Beach, SC, Wednesday after purchasing a gun from an undercover FBI agent, apparently intending to commit an attack “in the spirit of Dylann Roof.”

NYPD Ramps Up Security for Election Day

New York City is typically high on any list of possible terrorism targets for big public holidays and national events, and this year's election brings an added need for security as the two top presidential candidates will have their election night parties there, blocks away from each other.

Police Warned of Possible Al Qaeda Attacks in U.S. Monday

U.S. intelligence has alerted joint terrorism task forces that al Qaeda could be planning attacks in three states for Monday, the day before the election. More Here.

Nice Attack Comes Amid Heightened U.S. Security Going Into Conventions

The truck attack that killed more than 80 people in Nice, France serves as an ominous reminder of the damage a lone terrorist can accomplish as the U.S. prepares for political conventions. More Here.

Nice Attack Comes Amid Heightened U.S. Security Going Into Conventions

The truck attack that killed more than 80 people in Nice, France serves as an ominous reminder of the damage a lone terrorist can accomplish as the U.S. prepares for political conventions.

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Lawmakers Denounce Plan to Transfer GITMO Detainees to U.S. Soil

The Major County Sheriff's Association sent a letter to the president to express their opposition to the plan. The letter states, "Detainees, deemed too dangerous to release, should not be brought to the homeland where they will pose a threat to the local communities we serve."

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