A Unifying Strategy for the Deployment of Preventative Radiological Nuclear Detection Capabilities

David Brown discusses his thesis. The domestic effort to interdict illicit radiological and nuclear material is designed largely around law enforcement agencies across the country deploying a Preventative Radiological Nuclear Detection (PRND) capability in a coordinated and collaborative manner. Currently that concept is challenged due to the enormity of the task and the mechanisms of government. A common planning framework such as a Concept of Operations (CONOPS) is a critical first step to uniting the disparate efforts of these organizations into a single, cohesive detection network.

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