Acknowledged author Robert W. Taylor wrote Terrorism, Intelligence and Homeland Security comprising 432 pages back in 2015. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 0133517128 and 9780133517125. Since then Terrorism, Intelligence and Homeland Security textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $5.93 or rent at the marketplace.
For criminal justice courses focusing on terrorism A Comprehensive Overview of Terrorism Today and the American Response Terrorism, Intelligence and Homeland Security is an easy-to-read introductory text packed with the latest research and events in the field. Its reader-friendly, four-color design with numerous illustrations and contemporary photographs engage student and illuminate both the history and the current state of both domestic and foreign terrorism and the US response. The text is divided into four Parts: Part 1 provides a framework for understanding both domestic and foreign terrorist threats in terms of history, geography, culture, and creed or religion; Part 2 focuses on terrorist groups, their organization, and critical processes; Part 3 presents an overview of America’s vulnerabilities to terrorism and the government agencies tasked to prevent terrorism including discussion of the intelligence community and a balanced discussion of the myriad Constitutional issues involved in efforts to protect the public while safeguarding personal and civil liberties; Part 4 focuses specifically on the agencies that have anti-terrorism as part of their primary mission.