TitleHomeland security in the UK [electronic resource] : future preparedness for terrorist attack since 9/11 / edited by Paul Wilkinson
Imprint New York, N.Y. : Routledge, c2007
Connect tohttp://marc.crcnetbase.com/isbn/9780203087459
Descript 432 p


Introduction -- Introduction by Paul Wilkinson -- Threat assessment -- The threat from the Al Qaeda network Paul Wilkinson -- Chapter 3: Other international groups with a presence in the UK -- Tamara Makarenko -- Chapter 4: CBRN threats -- Jez Littlewood & John Simpson -- Chapter 5: Other indigenous UK terrorist threats -- Anthony Richards -- UK efforts to enhance preparedness since 9/11 -- Chapter 6: National governance structures to manage the response to terrorist threats and attacks: a cross-national comparative analysis with special reference to the UK "lead department" response structure and UK CT strategy -- Frank Gregory. -- Chapter 7: Reducing the CBRN threat: the role of counter-proliferation, arms control and disarmament. John Simpson & Jez Littlewood -- Chapter 8: the UK and the threat of nuclear terrorism: a case study of organisational responses. John Simpson -- chapter 9: Pre-emption and protection: an assessment of the contribution of intelligence led counter-terrorism to UK Homeland Security post 9/11 -- Frank Gregory. Chapter 10: Police and counter-terrorism in the UK: a study of "one of the highest and most <br> challenging priorities for police forces nationally". Home Office, NPP 2003-2004 Frank Gregory -- Chapter 11: Role of other agencies in counter-terrorism and security issues surrounding immigration and asylum. Tamara Makarenko -- Chapter 12: enhancing UK aviation security post 9/11 -- Paul Wilkinson. -- Chapter 13: enhancing UK maritime security post 9/11 -- Peter Lehr -- Chapter 14: Terrorism and public information -- Anthony Richards. -- Chapter 15: Cyber-security and the critical National infrastructure -- Darryl Howlett. -- Chapter 16: Private sector roles in counter-terrorism -- Frank Gregory. -- Civil contingencies and emergency response -- Chapter 17: The Civil Contingencies Act 2004 and its place in the domestic management of terrorism in the UK -- Frank Gregory. -- Chapter 18: Emergency response: progress and problems -- Anthony Richards. -- International dimensions and main conclusions of authors: -- Chapter 19: The wider international and defence<br> dimensions of homeland security -- Paul Wilkinson -- Chapter 20: Main conclusions of the authors

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