Terrorism Policy
Topics: Terrorism / Pages: 6 (2096 words) / Published: Nov 18th, 2014

Terrorism Policy
Tim Berger
CJA 464
November 11, 2014
Phil Kirk
Terrorism Policy
The next report is on a anti-terrorism protection plan for large events which require extra protection in case of a terrorist assault. The report will describe the data of terrorism, also general public opinion on the background of terrorism that will support my plan. Everyone in the criminal justice system and citizens have a role in combating terrorism, being vigilant and aware of what is going on around you is vital to the detection of the planning of attacks in the future. Even the smallest details can prevent attacks on your community; anywhere could be the next target. Furthermore I will have some suggestions in addition to exactly what the effect will be on the criminal justice system and globalization of policies.
A common definition of terrorism is the systematic use or threatened use of violence to intimidate a population or government and thereby effect political, religious, or ideological change. First, we may have the wrong idea about what terrorists are trying to achieve, and that their priorities may change over time. In addition, we (and they) may be overestimating their ability to weigh their options. We also don’t realize that emotions play such a big role in their actions. We make the mistake of attaching our own social morals and biases to the actions of terrorists, thinking we understand their motivation, when we have sometimes got it totally wrong. Often they are not looking for political gain, but social benefit. It is also difficult to know exactly what they want, when they appear to be so inconsistent at times.
Since the beginning, there have been terrorist dangers designed to be against the safety of our country. A number of people have lost their lives in the terrorist assaults which have taken place, in addition to loss of property, damaged property, and the sheer terror that is afflicted upon the people around the area targeted. Whenever a country is

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