Since the attacks of September 11, 2001, law enforcement-private security partnerships have been viewed as critical to preventing terrorism and terror-related acts. Because the private sector owns and protects 85 percent of the nation’s infrastructure, while local law enforcement often possesses threat information regarding infrastructure, law enforcementprivate security partnerships can put vital information into the hands of the people who need it. Thus, to effectively protect the nation’s infrastructure, law enforcement and private security must work collaboratively because neither possesses the necessary resources to do so alone.
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Because of size and limited budgets, not all agencies can employ intelligence analysts or intelligence officers. Nonetheless, all law enforcement agencies have a role in the transformation of national intelligence operations. This document identifies four levels of intelligence capabilities for state and local agencies. At each level, steps can be taken to help agencies incorporate intelligence-led policing strategies. These steps include adopting mission statements, writing intelligence policies and procedures, participating in information sharing, establishing appropriate security, and adopting legal safeguards to protect the public’s privacy and civil liberties.
This document highlights a number of efforts by diverse. Agencies should consider studying them if regions throughout the United States to work in these they are interested in taking a more regional approach collaborative partnerships across jurisdictions. These to terrorism prevention, preparedness, and response. initiatives vary in size and scope and are geographically
This manual, provided by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office in Kentucky, is designed to answer the question, "What do I do if…?" should an emergency situation occur.
Summary of a Research Study by the National Sheriffs’ Association
National Prison Rape Elimination Commission Standards for the Prevention, Detection, Response, and Monitoring of Sexual Abuse in Adult Prisons and Jails AND Supplemental Standards for Facilities with Immigration Detainees
Based On Public Hearings and Review Of Documentary Evidence By The Review Panel On Prison Rape
In the United States there are now more than three times more seriously mentally ill persons in jails and prisons than in hospitals.