By Brian Jackson
With terrorism nonetheless trendy at the U.S. time table, even if the country1s prevention efforts fit the risk the us faces remains to be relevant in coverage debate. Does the rustic want a committed household intelligence business enterprise? Case reports of 5 different democracies--Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the UK--provide classes and customary issues that can support policymakers come to a decision.
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Besides SWAG, NCTC, and JCTICU, formal AFP-ASIO institutional ties occur through the National Intelligence Group, the Joint Intelligence Group, and Police Forward Command Posts. These forums are designed primarily to coordinate and disseminate intelligence support to operational commanders at the scene of a terrorist attack (ASIO, 2005, p. 38). 55 Finally, eﬀective organizational and operational links have evolved through regular cross-agency exchanges and training programs. Established liaison arrangements between ASIO and the AFP, which are not statutorily required, now take the character of semipermanent secondments.
Does this service have procedures for gaining feedback on activities, and does this feedback result in process changes? 5. Organizational structure and funding patterns: How has the service been designed to fulﬁll its mission and critical capabilities? How is it funded, and how are resource-allocation decisions made? 6. Key relationships with other intelligence and law enforcement agencies: Are these relationships deﬁned in statutes or formal procedures, or have they simply developed over time?
7–9, and Grono, 2004). 13 14 Considering the Creation of a Domestic Intelligence Agency in the United States Currently, the main threat to Australia’s internal and regional security emanates from Islamist extremists connected with either al Qaeda or the Indonesia-based Jemaah Islamiya (JI) network. 6 Moreover, there is widespread speculation that certain homegrown militant cells have made contact with al Qaeda, allegedly to undertake attacks, on their own initiative, in furtherance of bin Laden’s selfdeﬁned jihadist objectives.