TRAC-Reports
A New Way to Look at Terrorism Enforcement
(08 Nov 2007) A special new TRAC terrorism page features a unique national map displaying the location of recent federal convictions for all individuals who have been categorized by the Justice Department as spies or terrorists, or those whose prosecution the government thought might prevent or disrupt potential or actual terrorist threats. Click on one of the many visible locations -- such as Atlanta or Seattle or Gulfport, Florida -- to get a list of convictions so far in the current fiscal year of people who either (1) are from that city or (2) were convicted in that federal district or branch. You may then click on the list for a detailed report on each of the defendants. The new Terrorism Enforcement page can be found at:
http://trac.syr.edu/tracreports/terrorism/
In addition to the map, you will also find easy links to other TRAC features. One set of links gives quick, free access to very timely month-by-month reports on terrorism prosecutions and convictions for the last five years. Also available from the page are links to a free series of more extensive reports that TRAC has posted on terrorism enforcement. Finally, the page has a link to TRAC's Data Interpreter which lets you quickly design your own report based on a very wide range of different subjects and agencies -- for the nation as a whole or for individual districts. All these reports are availabe to subscribers to our TRACFED data service; non-subscribers will incur a fee for some of them.

TRAC is self-supporting and depends on foundation grants, individual contributions and subscription fees for the funding needed to obtain, analyze and publish the data we collect on the activities of the US Federal government. To help support TRAC's ongoing efforts, go to:

http://trac.syr.edu/sponsor/

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