Editor, In Homeland Security
The U.K. is beefing up its airport security after a U.S. report cited that terrorists may be developing bombs that could elude current screening systems.
Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security
Cooperation between US law enforcement agencies (LEAs) of all jurisdictions after the Boston Marathon Bombing was excellent. There was an “unprecedented level of coordination,” cites Police Commissioner Edward Davis.
This smooth coordination follows years after September 11 and federal, state and local counterterrorism funding, training and preparation.
By Bill Bartel
Special to In Homeland Security
A sweeping immigration bill that includes a provision to allow millions of people illegally living in the United States to take steps toward citizenship has the initial support of Virginia’s two senators.
The bill is headed to a full Senate vote as soon as next month.
“I want to review it, but I am generally very supportive,” Sen.
The Office of Training and Development (OTD) has announced the opening of the application period for the Customs Border Protection Tuition Assistance Program (CBP-TAP) fall 2008 term.