Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Podcast: Terrorism Intelligence Training

From MSU Today on Impact Radio: David Carter, professor of criminal justice at MSU, is the project manager for MSU’s Intelligence Program, a federally funded initiative that provides terrorism intelligence training to state and local police departments across the nation.

The program is designed to help police agencies develop their intelligence capacity and to help them think in a more multijurisdictional way about terrorism threats. Carter and his colleagues have helped over 1,200 agencies in 43 states and three countries to understand the concept of intelligence and how it has changed since September 11.

He adds that the biggest issue facing police agencies in the future is getting a better handle on computer and cyber crime.

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