THE FBI AND RESPONDING TO TERRORISM 7 The National Preparedness System

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THE FBI AND RESPONDING TO TERRORISM 7“The National Preparedness System integrates efforts across the five preparednessmission areas—Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, Response, and Recovery—in order to achievethe goal of a secure and resilient Nation. The National Response Framework (NRF), part of the National Preparedness System, sets the strategy and doctrine for how the whole community builds, sustains, and delivers the Response core capabilities identified in the National Preparedness Goal in an integrated manner with the other mission areas. This third edition of the NRF reflects the insights and lessons learned from real-world incidents and the implementation of the National Preparedness System.” (National Response Framework, 2016, pg.1)“Most incidents are managed locally and typically do not need assistance from other jurisdictions; however, some incidents may begin with a single response within a single jurisdiction and rapidly expand to multidisciplinary, multijurisdictional levels requiring significant additional resources, including Federal resources. Neither NIMS nor this I/I function guidance changes the investigation of the cause of certain domestic incidents within the jurisdiction of specific Federal agencies. For example, the National Transportation Safety Board investigates airline, rail, and other transportation accidents.” (Homeland Security, 2013. Pg. 3) The Federal Bureau of Investigation, within the United States, leads criminal investigations involving terrorist acts and terrorist threats by individuals or groups, as well as related intelligence collection activities.
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THE FBI AND RESPONDING TO TERRORISM 8References Cottee, Simon (2015). What Motivates Terrorists?Retrieved from -SECURITYEmergency response to terrorism (n.d.) Retrieved from MANUAL_ERT_TC_COMPANY_OFFICER_161654_7.PDFFEMA (2000). Tactical Responses. Retrieved from Homeland Security (2013) Retrieved from 54_7.pdfNational Incident Management Intelligence (2013) -411d33add2602da9c867a4fbcc7ff20e/NIMS_Intel_Invest_Function_Guidance_FINAL.pdfHomeland Security (2016) National Response Framework. Retrieved from-9bcf8245ba4c60c120aa915abe74e15d/National_Response_Framework3rd.pdfLaub, Z. (2017). The FBI’s Role in National Security. Retrieved from Mueller, R.S. (2003) War against Terrorism. Retrieved from -together-to-protect-america
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THE FBI AND RESPONDING TO TERRORISM 9Watson, D.L. (2002) Retrieved from -united-states
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