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Strategies and Plans
Department of Justice
U.S. Marshals Service
- The National Intelligence Strategy of the United States release, Oct 2005
(local copy of release notes) and (local copy of strategy)
- The National Counterintelligence Strategy of the United States, March 2005 (local copy)
- National Border Patrol Strategy, Office of Border Patrol (local copy, single PDF file)
- National Money Laundering Strategy, 2003, U.S. Treasury (local copy, single PDF file)
- National Drug Control Strategy, Feb 2006, Office of National Drug Control Policy (local copy, single PDF file)
- Strategy for Homeland Defense and Civil Support (local copy), June 2005
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
- U.S. Marshals Service, Dept of Justice
- "The U.S. Marshals Service is responsible for providing protection for the federal judiciary, transporting federal prisoners, protecting endangered federal witnesses and managing assets seized from criminal enterprises. In addition, the men and women of the Marshals Service pursue and arrest 55 percent of all federal fugitives, more than all other federal agencies combined."
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF)
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
- FBI home page, Dept of Justice
- FBI Tactical Support Branch, including the Hostage Rescue Team
- FBI, Counterterrorism Division
- Law Enforcement Online: Facing the Challenges of Katrina (local copy), by Koestner, in Law Enforcement Bulletin, Feb 2006 - includes instructions for law enforcement personnel who wish to join the LEO system
- "... the FBIís Law Enforcement Online (LEO), a conduit for intelligence information that forms a cornerstone of the organizationís Information Sharing Initiative by providing links to federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies nationwide."
- "During the disaster recovery and antifraud efforts following Hurricane Katrina, law enforcement personnel nationwide used LEO to exchange vast amounts of information in real time."
- FBI Anthrax Links
- The FBI: Past, Present, and Future (local copy), Congressional Research Service report
- Secret Service home page, Dept of Homeland Security
- National Threat Assessment Center (NTAC), Secret Service - "Building on a recent operational study of U.S. assassins, attackers, and near-lethal approachers of public officials, NTAC will develop and provide threat assessment training and conduct operational research relevant to public official, workplace, stalking/domestic, and school-based violence. In addition, NTAC will offer its assistance to organizations interested in developing threat assessment programs."