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In a recent Gallup poll, less than one-half of one percent of respondents ranked terrorism as the most important issue facing the United States. Contrast this with a similar poll taken months after 9/11, when terrorism was ranked as one of the top issues facing the country. That terrorism does not preoccupy the thinking of most Americans should be seen as a victory over the radical Islamist Osama bin Laden and his followers. While we want citizens to be vigilant and to report suspicious activity to law enforcement, we do not want them to be preoccupied with concerns about terrorism. And, while we want them to be partners with law enforcement in the coproduction of safety, we do not want citizens in a free and democratic society to be fearful.

Articles
Law Enforcement’s Continuing Role in Homeland Security
The Role of the Fusion Center in Counterterrorism Operations
Using Principles of Community Policing to Address Online Radicalization to Violence
Enhancing Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Capabilities: N-DEx Fulfilling Its Vision to Support Law Enforcement
The Northern Virginia Military Shooting Series: Operational Validation of Geospatial Predictive Analytics
Homeland Security Investigations: Fight Human Trafficking with a Full Arsenal
Product Feature: Training and Testing
Research in Brief: Hot-Spot Randomized Control Works for Sacramento
Officer Safety Corner: Sovereign Citizens on Traffic Stops
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