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Public safety leaders reflect on the 21st anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks and the legacy of 9/11 in the emergency services
We face complex public safety challenges, but law enforcement has proven solutions to meet them
The most dangerous weapon so far in terms of Westerner recruitment has been the Islamic State’s ability to characterize smaller acts of terrorism as being valuable and important
The delegation was near the Gaza strip for counterterrorism and antisemitism training when the Hamas attacks began Saturday
Removing the groups from the list rescinds a range of sanctions that the designations had entailed
Prosecutors say Allison Fluke-Ekren wanted to recruit operatives to attack a college campus in the U.S. and discussed a terrorist attack on a shopping mall
The two men were being held for questioning and have not yet been charged
When you are left of bang you are able to identify some of the pre-event indicators that exist before a crime is committed and have done so with enough time to be proactive
AQAP and ISIS attackers are a clear and present danger to the security of the American people — they’re different, but each is an adversary about which we must be cognizant
Such attacks are a sign of weakness rather than of strength and highlight the constraints jihadist groups face as they try to project their terrorist capability in the post-9/11 world
It is important to understand that, historically, the success al Qaeda has had in executing large attacks is not due to the professionalism of its operatives and attack planners
Domestic terrorists who can conduct spectacular, high-casualty attacks like those orchestrated by Timothy McVeigh or Anders Breivik are the exception rather than the rule
We must conduct proactive investigations — beginning with learning the pre-attack indicators of terrorists
No matter how professional, well-equipped, and committed Vilayat Dagestan is, attacking the Olympic Games will be no easy task