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*Identify a Research Question: clearly identify your research question and then explain in one paragraph why this is an important research question for study in Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

*Create Three Research Hypotheses: For each hypothesis, explain in at least two paragraphs why this research hypothesis may explain the research question. Identify common arguments from the media and in academia which make this hypothesis relevant to the research question.

Must be two to three double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style

Must use at least two scholarly, peer-reviewed, or credible sources in addition to the course text.

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School: Carnegie Mellon University



Counterterrorism Activities and Programs in Law Enforcement
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Counterterrorism Activities and Programs in Law Enforcement
Research Question
What collaborative strategies can the Department of Homeland Security employ to fight
With the continued prevalence of terrorist attacks here in America and all over the world,
it is the high time defense agencies involved third parties through collaborative initiatives to curb
the menace. Alliances with other agencies from within and those from other nations should be
formed to provide both informational and tactical support in fighting insecurity within and
outside the country. The public as well creates a precious resource of vital information that can
be used to manage extremist attacks. A study of the possible solutions using this approach is
necessary for Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
If the Department of Homeland Security forms joint task forces with other domestic
intelligence agencies, then the fight against terrorism will be more effective.
This hypothesis seeks to postulate inter-agency security collaboration as an option to the
research question. The US government constitutes multiple intelligence units under different
federal departments. Most of these divisions are involved in research and analysis of gathered
data on various matters concerning national ...

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