An Assessment of Perceptions of United States Army Provost Marshals Pertaining to Counterterrorism Policy and Programs on Army Installations.
GEORGIA UNIV ATHENS
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This study is based on a worldwide survey of United States Army provost marshals senior military law enforcement officers assessing their perception of the numbers of past incidents of terrorism directed against Army installations the availability and adequacy of intelligence concerning local terrorist activities the degree of threat their local commands face from terrorists the adequacy of measures of counterterrorism preparedness at their local commands and the overall adequacy of protection currently provided likely terrorist targets within their areas of responsibility. Author
- Sociology and Law