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Intelligence. Unclassified.
Discussing current trends in homeland security.
Category: Government & Organizations
Location: New Jersey
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May 01, 2017 07:38 AM PDT

The International Studies Association (ISA) is one of the oldest interdisciplinary associations dedicated to understanding international, transnational and global affairs. Its more than 7,000 members span the globe, comprising academics, practitioners, policy experts, private sector workers and independent researchers, among others. The Association has long served as a central hub for the exchange of ideas and for networking and programmatic initiatives among those involved in the study, teaching, and practice of international studies.

This past February, Analysis Bureau Chief Dean Baratta and Intelligence Analysts Paige Schilling and Angie Gad took Intelligence. Unclassified. on the road with them to the 2017 ISA annual conference. There, they were able to listen to various insightful presentations and interact with some of the best researchers in the field of terrorism. Over the next few weeks, you'll hear their daily thoughts on what they heard each day, as well as from outside researchers they were able to pull aside in order to delve further into some cutting edge research from the field.

April 24, 2017 04:58 AM PDT

The International Studies Association (ISA) is one of the oldest interdisciplinary associations dedicated to understanding international, transnational and global affairs. Its more than 7,000 members span the globe, comprising academics, practitioners, policy experts, private sector workers and independent researchers, among others. The Association has long served as a central hub for the exchange of ideas and for networking and programmatic initiatives among those involved in the study, teaching, and practice of international studies.

This past February, Analysis Bureau Chief Dean Baratta and Intelligence Analysts Paige Schilling and Angie Gad took Intelligence. Unclassified. on the road with them to the 2017 ISA annual conference. There, they were able to listen to various insightful presentations and interact with some of the best researchers in the field of terrorism. Over the next few weeks, you'll hear their daily thoughts on what they heard each day, as well as from outside researchers they were able to pull aside in order to delve further into some cutting edge research from the field.

April 18, 2017 06:06 PM PDT

New Jersey is home to nearly 1,700 regulated dams. As such, the New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Division of Engineering and Construction administers the New Jersey Dam Safety program, which ensures the safety and integrity of dams in New Jersey and protects people and property from the consequences of dam failures.

Audrey Miller of NJOHSP’s Preparedness Bureau co-hosted this episode on dam safety with Bob Bostock, DEP’s Director of Strategic Communications and host of the Discover DEP podcast, making this the first Intelligence. Unclassified. episode to feature a partnering state agency as a co-host. Audrey and Bob sat down with John Moyle, Division Director for NJ DEP's Division of Dam Safety and Flood Control, to talk about dam safety in New Jersey in light of the recent failure at the Oroville Dam in California. Topics of discussion include an explanation of the Oroville Dam emergency, a comparison of dam design, topography, and magnitude of the Oroville Dam and New Jersey dams, and why this type of failure is unlikely to occur in New Jersey.

April 12, 2017 09:38 AM PDT

Tune-in to this special edition of Intelligence. Unclassified. as Analysis Bureau Chief Dean Baratta and Intelligence Analysts Alyssa Potter and Angie Gad cover the recent editions of Al-Qa’ida in the Arabian Peninsula’s (AQAP) Inspire and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria’s (ISIS) Rumiyah, particularly in the aftermath of recent global terrorist attacks.

April 10, 2017 07:23 AM PDT

Terrorists—particularly homegrown violent extremists (HVEs)—will likely continue using vehicles as weapons. Foreign terrorist organizations promote this tactic, past attacks have been successful, and it is easy to get vehicles. An NJOHSP review of vehicle-ramming attacks in the West over the last 10 years found increased use of this tactic and resulting casualties. In fact, the November 2016 edition of ISIS’s English-language magazine, Rumiyah, encouraged followers to use vehicles in operations, stating, “Vehicles are like knives, as they are extremely easy to acquire [and] . . . arouse absolutely no doubts due to their widespread use throughout the world.” Additionally, al-Qa’ida in the Arabian Peninsula has referred to trucks as the “ultimate mowing machine.”

As such, we sat down with Steven Crimando, the Director of Training for the Disaster and Terrorism Branch of the New Jersey Department of Human Services, to talk about this emerging threat and explore different mechanisms and strategies individuals can utilize to mitigate the personal impact of these attacks.

April 03, 2017 06:23 AM PDT

In New Jersey, each county has a Counterterrorism Coordinator (CTC), based out of the Prosecutor’s Office. These CTCs serve as the critical link between New Jersey’s municipalities, counties, the State, and the federal field offices. Each CTC works in conjunction with one another and the State to report and investigate suspicious activity occurring.

This week, Monmouth County’s CTC Guy McCormick sits down with NJOHSP Intelligence Planner Jeff Elgrim to discuss the role of the CTCs in New Jersey and how the relationship between NJOHSP and the CTCs serves the residents of New Jersey.

March 27, 2017 05:25 AM PDT

Recent ISIS English-language propaganda has provided operational “how-to” guides intended to inspire homegrown violent extremists (HVEs) in the United States. An avenue the group will likely expand is their use of weaponized drones, otherwise known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Indeed, ISIS will likely continue refining its UAV capabilities and touting successes as proofs of concept for future operations.

Since February, ISIS claims it has conducted approximately 80 UAV attacks in Iraq and Syria, killing approximately 40 and injuring 100. The UAVs are primarily quadcopters, which can be easily purchased online and customized to drop small explosive munitions. In this episode, we delve further into weaponized drones being utilized by ISIS.

March 20, 2017 03:56 AM PDT

In this episode, Intelligence Analyst Angie Gad talks with Amarnath Amarasingam about his interviews with foreign fighters. Mr. Amarsingam provides meaningful insights and helps debunk commonly held misperceptions about the drivers that motivate foreign fighters to travel to Iraq and Syria to join Salafi-jihadist groups.

March 13, 2017 05:46 AM PDT

The make-up, scale, and scope of the Iraq and Syria-bound foreign fighter problem has changed and become significantly more complex over the last decade. New Jersey faces a minimal threat from returning jihadists because of the comparatively small number of US citizens who traveled to join the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria and the likelihood individuals join other terrorist groups abroad.

Deputy Director Brian Dodwell of the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point talks to one of our intelligence analysts about the research he and his team have done on the current foreign fighter threat.

March 06, 2017 05:20 AM PST

Situated at the nexus of theory and practice, the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) serves as an important national resource that rigorously studies the terrorist threat and provides policy-relevant research while moving the boundaries of academic knowledge. The CTC’s distinguished scholars, international network of experts, and access to senior US government leadership set it apart from any other like enterprise.

Lieutenant Colonel Bryan Price visited the Intelligence. Unclassified. studio to talk to Rosemary Martorana about what the CTC does and the groundbreaking projects and partnerships it has been spearheading.

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