Intelligence to Protect the Homeland: Taking Stock Ten Years Later and Looking Ahead


Intelligence to Protect the Homeland: Taking stock ten years later and looking ahead

September 2011

This paper from INSA’s Homeland Security Intelligence Council examines the crucial role of homeland security intelligence and its incorporation into our country’s intelligence architecture. The Council’s analysis provides a definition of homeland security intelligence; discusses the nature of the Homeland Security Intelligence Enterprise including groups from the federal, state, local tribal, private and grassroots levels and ideas for how to better connect them; and emphasizes the principle that homeland security intelligence practitioners have a dual mission to ensure security and to protect civil liberties. 

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