United States

United States

Immediately following the 9/11 attacks on the United States, Congress passed a series of legislative acts intended to expand various law enforcement capabilities and created the Department of Homeland Security to aid in enforcing those acts. Over the years following 9/11, the responsibilities assigned to the Department of Homeland Security have expanded to incorporate money laundering, human rights violations, and narcotics and weapons trafficking. One of Homeland Security’s primary responsibilities is the prevention of terrorism. Research the main components of Homeland Security’s terrorism prevention program and discuss how these components do or do not work together to create a united anti-terrorism front for the United States. The components can be found on the Homeland Security website.
Instructions:
write a 5–6-page research paper that examines the nine main components of Homeland Security’s terrorism prevention program in depth. Be sure to expand on whether or not the components effectively work together and support your position. The minimum page count is 5–6 pages (excluding cover page, etc.). If you require more pages to thoroughly defend your position, feel free to include them.

 

 
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