Homeland Security Intelligence


Homeland security intelligence is not codified in law, nor is their a defined homeland security intelligence community – which encourages inconsistent interpretations of homeland security intelligence. This module examines some of the needs and related developments in homeland security intelligence, primarily at the state and local levels. Topics that will be more thoroughly evaluated include; the growth of intelligence-led policing, the establishment of foreign liaison officers by a number of local law enforcement agencies, the expansion of intelligence fusion centers, and the complications associated with law enforcement officials.

Keywords: Foreign liaison, Homeland security intelligence, intelligence fusion centers

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