All of this came into effect 1 1 days after the September 11 attacks,and Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge was pointed as the first Director of the Office of Homeland Security in the White House. 6. The four major agency reorganizations,the coast guard,securely services,FPS,and FLEET,were analyzed In depth. 7. Ay people and lay organizations Impact DISH greatly and the agencies work with external authority both public and private. DISH also relies upon specialized committees that deal with with topics of significant interests t the agency.
These committees are designated as senior advisory committees. For example the national infrastructure advisory council,task force on new America,and interagency coordinating council on emergency preparedness and Individuals with disabilities. Chi: 1 . In 2003 DISH was organized and started coming into effect,but since budgets are prepared a year in advanced,the events of 9/11,happening close to the end of 2011 would make any 2002 budget factual impossibility. The funds of DISH in 2002 would strictly supplemental in design.
DISH still had to become a complete department. Start up costs were Issued,delftware agencies and departments were merged Into It. DISH now the budget appears to be the most dedicated as time progressed and looking back at 2003 also a lot of dedication to workplace and enforcement in the matters of immigration violations. As each year passes the department searches for the best practices and discerns where the threat is more imminent. Threes more Maritime security,enhanced bio-defense practices by increased use of science and technology.
There is also sufficient funding for training of first responders at the state and local levels. 3. The fourth amendment states”Libertarians believe In the sovereignty of the Individual and that all rights the state has to operate emanate from the individual. That the government works for us, and does what we say it can do. Not the other way around. The united State Constitution is a contract that specifically limits the United States Government to exactly its functions.
Unfortunately, like so many other sections of the Constitution, the contemporary interpretation of the fourth amendment has become so twisted that Is little resembles the Orlando Intended process Is the result of an almost 200 year struggle for the defense of individual rights to privacy and property so now we as a nation find ourselves with this: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, hall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be sealed. “Walt the Patriot Act, the Federal amendment to the Constitution. It is maybe the greatest example of the government taking more power from its citizens in American history. 4.
The executives view of infrastructure has been heightened over the terms of President Obama In matters of funding and operational priorities,he has repeatedly emphasized the interconnectedness of our infrastructure assets and urges agencies to prioritize the retention of our infrastructure in a more holistic way. 7. Trade Facilitation in the Americas, Europe and Asia. The Chamber’s supply chain advocacy wraps the globe by working in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. The Intersection of Trade and Security U. S. Borders and the Facilitation of Legitimate Trade at All Ports of Entry. Chamber members are involved with the intersection of issues that impact national security and international trade. Chi:1 . Homeland security is important because without our country would be exposed to threats and harm. The Department of Homeland Security provides us with retention from dangerous people and organizations. T strengthens FEMALES coordination with other DISH components,as well as agencies and departments outside of DISH. Aside from this bureaucratic realignment,the office of G makes possible a bevy of training opportunities for homeland specialists. The mission is to prepare America for acts of domestic terrorism by developing and implementing a national program to enhance the capacity of state and local agencies to respond to incidents or terrorism,particularly those involving chemical,biological,radiological,and nuclear and explosive incidents,through coordinating training,equipment acquisition,technical assistance,and support for federal,state and local exercise. 4.
The key component of HOSES is the design and implementation of exercises- simulations and reenactments of events and circumstances likely to be encountered in the world of homeland security. Exercises allow homeland security and emergency management personnel,from first responders to senior officials,to train and practice prevention,protection,responsibility and recovery capabilities in a realistic but risk free environment. The intent of HOSES is to provide common exercise policy program audience capable of constituting a national standard for all exercises. HOSES employs consistent terminology and protocols that can be used by agencies and individuals universally. 5. O prevent,prepare for,respond to and recover from terrorists attacks major disasters and other emergencies the united states government shall establish a single,comprehensive approach to domestic incident management. The objective of the united states government is to ensure that all levels of government across the nation have the capability to work efficiently and effectively together,using a national approach to domestic incidents,the united states government treats crisis management and consequence management as a single,integrated function,rather than as two separate functions. Females national integration center incident managements systems.
Nils extends to the private sector as well as to facilities of import,such as hospitals,power plants,and chemical and other related industrial centers,and are all expected to be on the same page. Nils reflects the clear and unbridled need for less turn protection by departments and more cooperation along federal,state,and local lines. AIMS expects that these parties and entitles will work to approach guiding departments and agencies at all levels of government,the private sector,and non-governmental organizations to work seamlessly to prepare for prevent,respond to,recover from,and mitigate the effects of incidents,regardless of complexity,in order to reduce the loss of life,property,and harm to the environment.
This consistency mirrors the need for uniform practices in the world of homeland security and ensures predictable and dependable protocols when dealing with terror or disaster. 8. AIMS is an ongoing process with improvements,refinements,and adjustments occurring on a regular basis. From another perspective,Nils builds on its infrastructure year by year. Being of relatively young design,learns from both its successes and failures. IN directing agencies,but also to past demands and future expectations. AIMS expects the agency to track its history and trace its evolution in the process. Chi:1. DISH has provided liberal funding sources for the creation of data fusion centers in a host of states and increasingly in major metropolitan areas. Suasion centers are sharing centers for information and intelligence within heir restrictions,as well as with the federal government. The dynamic for the center is its potentiality and for sharing the dissemination. Some of the things the fusion center is responsible for the ability to receive classified/unclassified information from federal partners,ability to assess local implications of threat information through formal risk assessment process,the ability to further disseminate threat information to other SLIT and private sector entitles,and the ability to gather locally generated information,aggregate it,analyze it,and share it with federal partners,a appropriate. The funding and grant systems for DISH recognize the fundamental decentralization of local and state homeland security efforts. The homeland security grant program funds planning,organization,equipment,training,and exercise activities in support of the National Preparedness Guidelines,as well as the National Incident Management system,National Response Framework,and National protection Plan. Urban Area security Initiative Grant program funds address the unique multidisciplinary planning,operations,equipotent,training,and exercise needs of high threat,high- density urban areas. Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention program focuses upon the prevention of terrorist attacks and provides law enforcement and public safety communities. Public Safety Interoperable Communications grant program assists public safety agencies in the acquisition of,deployment of,or training for the use of interoperable communication systems. Infrastructure Protection program supports specific activities to protect critical infrastructure,such as ports,mass transits,highway,rail and transportation. 4. It is unlikely that ant firm line can be drawn between the worlds of national and homeland security. At one time this may eve been possible. Given the events of 9/1 1 ,the interconnectedness and integration of military/defense function with that of law enforcement and security became grotesquely obvious.
When speaking of the military we reference the historic four major branches of the service. The coast guard has long been out of the DoD providence,initially being located in the U. S Treasury Department while today it is housed in DISH. Shortly after the attack of 9/1 1 ,the remaining arms of the military command. Exactly how the military assists in the homeland arena is both complicated and innovative when compared to past practices. The defense of national fundamentally relies upon its military infrastructure. Yet in the affairs of homeland security,especially in a free society,the military sector cannot tackle the internal affairs of law enforcement and safety. That is not the militaries integral mission.
Nor is it the province of the military to meddle in the duties of federal law enforcement. Let is a delicate balance with the DoD assuming primary control of the military confrontation that arises from foreign enemies and DISH and its aligned agencies and departments handling the internal. 7. DoD is the lead,supported by there agencies,in defending against traditional external threats/aggression. DoD may be in support of DISH,When ordered to conduct homeland defense operations within the U. S territory,DoD will coordinate closely with other federal agencies or department. The purpose of HAD is to protect against and mitigate the impact of incursions or attacks on sovereign,the domestic population,and defense critical infrastructure.
Defend America has since been merged into the DoD general operations. However,DoD policy and pronouncement never strays far from the analysis or terror as it covers the Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns. The integration of the DoD into the affairs of terror and global threat can be gleaned from its own organizational changes. 10. Office of naval intelligence deals with both historic and new challenges. Today,Only mission includes providing intelligence on the capabilities of foreign naval powers,providing global Maritime intelligence integration supporting the global fight against terrorism,and enabling maritime domain awareness for homeland defense.
Air force intelligence while there has been some heated debate over the role of the air force in matters of homeland defense,it appears that this branch of the service is crucial in success. Terrorism is now part of the air force mission. U. S Marine corps is under the operational control of the navy,it has constructed plethora of intelligence organizations and operational programs relevant to the fight against terrorism. Chi:1 . Prior to 9/1 1 FEM. was to author an integrated emergency management system that covered”small isolated events to the ultimate emergency-war”. FEM. struggled to corral in competing agency and bureaucratic interests and readily discovered the complexities of managing large-and small-scale disasters. FEM. adjusted to mission based or natural disasters and other environmental pressures is undeniable.
After 9/1 1 FEM. was put to the test they had to reorganize in two ways:first,it had to continue its historic mission to deal with and respond to disaster,and second it had to integrate a threat mentality as part of its obligation in serving the department of homeland security. While natural disasters continue to be a crucial responsibility for FEM.,the world of terrorism increasingly dominates its outlook and mission. 3. By preparedness,one means that the agency,community,and constituency affected,and Public and private partners,stand ready to deal with the threat in an effective manner. Preparedness encompasses a while range of operational and policy concern for the homeland professional. Preparedness models envelop the capacity to plan, organize, train, equip, exercise,evaluate,and improve.