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Principles of Homeland SecurityLsnI

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    Principles of Homeland  Security Dr. Michael L. Hummel
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    Lesson Agenda Introduction and Course Overview Course Syllabus and Evaluation Requirements Research Team Assignments Lecture/Class Discussion on Lesson I.
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    Primary Lesson Questions What is Homeland Security? Why should we study Homeland  Security? What are the challenges in defending  our homeland?
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    What is Homeland Security? The Domestic Efforts to defend America  from Terrorists! An independent agency established by  and accountable to the President in  2001.
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    What is Homeland Security? Homeland security or homeland defense is a  neologism referring to domestic governmental  actions justified, or allegedly justified, by potential  guerilla attacks or terrorism. Such domestic governmental actions include: Emergency mobilization, including volunteer  medical, police, and fire personnel.
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    Homeland Security DHS develops and implements a national  strategy to make the United States safe from  terrorist threats or attacks. The National Strategy for Homeland Security. Three Primary Objectives: 1. Preventing Terrorism. Intelligence and Warning All forms of security and domestic  countermeasures.
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    Homeland Security 2. Reducing Vulnerabilities.
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