Community policing is a policy and a strategy aimed at achieving more effective and efficient crime control, reduced fear of crime, improved quality of life, improved police services and police legitimacy, through a proactive reliance on community resources that seeks to change crime causing conditions. This assumes a need for greater accountability of police, greater public share in decision making, and greater concern for civil rights and liberties (Friedmann, 1992).



 ASTHO Report: Public Health Preparedness Infrastructure


 Communication & Public Health Emergencies: A Guide for Law Enforcement


 Community Policing (IACP-Cisco)


 Community Resilience


 Current Assessment: Georgia


 EU Terrorism Situation and Trend Report


 Homeland Security Conference - Israel, March 2006


 Homeland Security Newswire


 International Counter Terrorism Academic Community (ICTAC)


 Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management


 National Homeland Security Knowledge Base


 National Terror Alert


 Terrorism and Warfare


 The Edge of Violence


 The Radicalization of Diasporas and Terrorism



Americus, Georgia: The Case Sudy of Disasters

Hyden, Marc and Charley English. Homeland Security Affairs, Vol. 7 (2011)

Bratton's Brigade

Rob Gurwitt, Governing, August, 2007 

Broken Windows and Policing

Robert R. Friedmann, The Police Chief 82(October 2015): 60-67

Community Policing: Reinventing the Wheel?

Robert R. Friedmann, International Journal of Criminology and Sociology  2, 2013

Confronting the Terror Threat

David Kaplan, The Jerusalem Post, October 2, 2007

COPS Drawing Scrutiny

Peter Eisler and Kevin Johnson, USA TODAY April 10, 2005

CP - A Valuable Tool in the Fight Against Terrorism

IACP Resolution: adopted at the 109th annual conference, 2002

Expect Attacks on 'Soft Targets' Invited Op Ed, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, December 10, 2015.

From Dawa to Jihad

General Intelligence and Security Service, The Hague, December, 2004

Ghost Wars: A Book Review

A. Altizer, & E. R. Jilani, Journal of Homeland Security & Emergency Management 2(4), 2005

Homeland Security: A Review Essay

Robert R. Friedmann, International Criminal Justice Review 17(4), 2007

Homeland Security and Community Policing

R. Friedmann & J. Cannon, Journal of Homeland Security & Emergency Management 4(4), 2007

Israel: A New Shade of Blue

Matti Friedman, The Jerusalem Report, November 17, 2003

MI5 Report Challenges Views on Terrorism in Britain

Alan Travis, The Guardian, August 21, 2008

Miami Blue: The testing of a top cop

Elsa Walsh, The New Yorker, Pp. 46-53, March 5, 2007

On the Front Line in the War on Terrorism

Judith Miller, City Journal, Summer, 2007

Roundtable on Terrorism IDC International Radio, Herzliya, Israel - 106.2FM, September10, 2013

Privacy and Security: We Need Both

Robert R. Friedmann, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, October 19, 2003

Terror, Media, and Moral Boundaries

Nachman Ben Yehuda, International Journal of Comparative Sociology 46 (12): 33-53, 2005

The Making Of An Extremist

Alan Travis, The Guardian, August 20, 2008

To Protect and Defend

IACP, August 21, 2008

What Makes A Terrorist

James Q. Wilson, City Journal, Winter, 2004

What Makes Human Bombs Tick?

Interview with Dr. Anat Berko, The Jerusalem Post, June 28, 2007



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