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Terrorism and Organized Crime IP4 & 5
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Strategic Operational Plan Proposal (SOPP)
Executive Summary
September 11, 2001 woke the world up to the true threat posed by terrorism and
ultimately the organized crime group. The attacks by international terrorist group Al Qaeda
resulted in thousands of innocent Americans lives being taken and billions of dollars in property
damage. As a result the Department of Homeland Security was developed and the main anti-
terrorism goal was developing intelligence on potential terrorist threats within the country and
across the globe. Through this intelligence the connection between the organized crime group
and the terrorist group was revealed and the extreme danger of both uncovered.
Through the Department of Homeland Security and the agencies under this department
threats to America are uncovered and thwarted. This is done through the gathering of
intelligence. The Patriot Act is the legislation created after 9/11 that strengthened the ability of
law enforcement to conduct investigations into potential terrorist threats. This includes allowing
National Security Agency (NSA) to conduct electronic surveillance, which has led to
information on potential terrorist threats hiding in American society. The current situation was
revealed using signal intelligence (SIGINT) and other technologies that linked the Russian mob
to Al Qaeda and two terrorists’ cells hiding in the country.
New technology has strengthened the ability of law enforcement to identify terrorist
threats in the nation. Once intelligence uncovers these threats law enforcement can begin
conducting direct intelligence and investigate the threat. In this situation two terrorist cells
consisting of twelve members each have been located in two cities in the United States. These
terrorist cells are being funded by the Russian mob who has an end goal of taking over the

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 Terrorism and Organized Crime IP4 & 5 Name Class Date Professor Strategic Operational Plan Proposal (SOPP) Executive Summary September 11, 2001 woke the world up to the true threat posed by terrorism and ultimately the organized crime group. The attacks by international terrorist group Al Qaeda resulted in thousands of innocent Americans lives being taken and billions of dollars in property damage. As a result the Department of Homeland Security was developed and the main anti-terrorism goal was developing intelligence on potential terrorist threats within the country and across the globe. Through this intelligence the connection between the organized crime group and the terrorist group was revealed and the extreme danger of both uncovered. Through the Department of Homeland Security and the agencies under this department threats to America are uncovered and thwarted. This is done through the gathering of intelligence. The Patriot Act is the legislation created after 9/11 that strengthened the ability of law enforcement to conduct investigations into potential terrorist threats. This includes allowing National Security Agency (NSA) to conduct electronic surveillance, which has led to information on potential terrorist threats hiding in American society. The current situation was revealed using signal intelligence (SIGINT) and other technologies that linked the Russian mob to Al Qaeda and two terrorists’ cells hiding in the country. New technolog ...
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