Connecting the Dots Between Global Terrorism and Local Law Enforcement

The United States can’t win the battle against terrorism abroad if it is vulnerable at home. In the era of ISIS, national security, homeland security and public safety are converging, and local law enforcement is on the front lines of this complex new battle. How do we ensure that our state and local police have the technology, information and resources they need to play their pivotal role in this unprecedented challenge?

Festival: 2016

Watch and Listen: World

Often overshadowed by terrorism, nuclear weapons, and cybercrime in the public imagination, pandemics may actually be... See more
Tens of thousands of men and women have left comfortable, privileged lives to join the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria—... See more
From election meddling to new US sanctions to close calls between fighter planes over the Baltic Sea, the US-Russia... See more
Against a backdrop of rising populism, weakening of traditional political parties, and a rejection of establishment... See more
The 2017 Aspen Ideas Festival closes out with notable speakers and final thoughts. See more
Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Rana Foroohar, global business columnist of the... See more

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