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Preventing Terrorism: What Role for Local Police? Ronald V. Clarke Graeme Newman. Background. Guide commissioned by COPS office Local police role in terrorism Three components: Protecting targets Take them out First responders Purpose of this workshop

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Background

  • Guide commissioned by COPS office

  • Local police role in terrorism

  • Three components:

    • Protecting targets

    • Take them out

    • First responders

  • Purpose of this workshop

    • What would be useful for local police


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Our Focus

  • NOT taking them out

    • Limited role for local police

    • Principally for FBI/CIA etc

  • NOT first response - already well covered

  • Protecting vulnerable targets

    • Identifying them

    • Prioritizing them for protection

    • Protecting them


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Questions for discussion

  • Agree with our focus – protecting targets?

  • How have you set about this task?

  • What kinds of targets have you identified?

  • With whom have you partnered?

  • What measures have you considered?

  • What assistance have you sought?

  • What changes have you made?

  • What are your plans and what timeframe?


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Our approach

  • Book: “Outsmarting Terrorists”

    • Not the COPS funded guide

  • National level strategy for protecting targets

  • Outside attackers vs. home grown

  • Analyzing characteristics of attractive targets (buildings and structures)

  • Similar to identifying “hot products” (CRAVED)

  • EVIL DONE


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EVIL DONE

  • Exposed

  • Vital

  • Iconic

  • Legitimate

  • Destructible

  • Occupied

  • Near

  • Easy


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EXPOSED

  • Any target that sticks out, attracts attention

    • Twin Towers World Trade Center compared with chemical factory in an industrial suburb


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VITAL

  • Infrastructure

    • Electricity grids, water supply, air traffic systems, telecommunications


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ICONIC

  • Symbolic of America

    • White House, Statue of liberty,

  • Represents government

    • Federal building Oklahoma City


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LEGITIMATE

  • Will the attack invite moral condemnation?

    • Very difficult judgment for terrorists


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DESTRUCTIBLE

  • Twin towers – took two attempts

    • Truck bombing

    • Airplanes as missiles


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OCCUPIED

  • Small targets packed with people

    • Suicide bombers seek crowded busses, cafes or subway systems

  • Large targets with many people

    • Twin Towers, office buildings


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NEAR

  • Criminals operate close to home, so do terrorists

    • IRA mounted many thousands more attacks in Northern Ireland than on British mainland


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EASY

  • No barriers, lax security

    • Truck bomb parked 8 feet from Murah building


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Questions for discussion

  • Agree with our focus – protecting targets?

  • How have you set about this task?

  • What kinds of targets have you identified?

  • With whom have you partnered?

  • What measures have you considered?

  • What assistance have you sought?

  • What changes have you made?

  • What are your plans and what timeframe?

  • How useful is EVIL DONE?


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