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Hsac Cve Working Group Recommendations

Hsac Cve Working Group Recommendations

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Homeland Security Advisory CouncilSpring 2010
Countering Violent Extremism (CVE)Working Group
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Secretary’s Tasking of HSAC
Recognizing that there have been many successful cases of local lawenforcement working with communities to fight violent crime, at theFebruary 2010 HSAC Meeting Secretary Napolitano tasked the HSAC to“…work with state and local law enforcement as well as relevantcommunity groups to develop and provide to me recommendationsregarding how the Department can better support community-basedefforts to combat violent extremism domestically
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focusing inparticular on the issues of training, information sharing, and theadoption of community-oriented law enforcement approaches to thisissue.”
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Secretary’s Tasking (Con’t.)
Specifically, the initial recommendations will focus on the following issueareas:
Best Practices:
What are some best practices that demonstrate howinformation driven, community-based efforts can be effective inreducing violent crime within a community?
Information Sharing:
What type of information and intelligenceshould DHS be providing state and local authorities so that they are better able to leverage existing community-oriented policing efforts toidentify and address ideologically-motivated violent crime?
Training and Other Support:
What type of training, technicalassistance and funding support is required so that local authorities are better able to integrate information driven, community-orientedpolicing activities into overall efforts to establish safe and securecommunities?
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