Terrorism Enforcement in the 12 Months After 9/11
(13 Feb 2003) Terrorism Enforcement in the 12 Months After 9/11: There are today few problems confronting the federal government that equal the challenge of dealing with the threat of terrorism. A key component of this effort is enforcement: the arrest and prosecution of individuals who have committed acts that in one way or another have been classified as involving terrorism or internal security violations. What is the government doing and not doing? A special summary report compares what the government did in this area in the 12 months after the 9/11 with its actions in the previous year. Also available is TRAC Spotlight, a new tool that provides additional data on the subject. (An online signup system provides users 20 queries for $10.) Regular TRACFED subscribers can obtain even more extensive data including individual listings (Available February 13, 2003).

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