IN NEW YORK, A TURF WAR IN THE BATTLE AGAINST TERRORISM

IN NEW YORK, A TURF WAR IN THE BATTLE AGAINST TERRORISM

Washington Post piece ilustrating the problems of competing national and local agencies not sharing intelligence. You would think someone somewhere would have learned by now. But the battle for resources id much more bitter than the battle with terrorists…Discuss [Oops, i did it again!]
Is this problem worse for the US than for other countries, given the decentralised nature of policing there? Or is it just that the FBI, having muscled its way abroad and competing with the CIA and the DEA just doesnt want anyone else on its patch.
Are our policing, security and intelligence services appropriately organised to delivery security and respect privacy and other human rights? There’s the super-discuss question for the day, children.



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