March 2011
Brains Trust: Anti-Terrorism;Mar2011, Issue 2, p23
The article focuses on challenges associated with terrorism investigations and prosecutions. It discusses the role of inter-agency on national security and informs on agencies in Canada which are involved in combatting terrorism including CSIS and the RCMP. It discusses how protection of critical infrastructure is a priority of Canada's national security policy. It discusses use of security intelligence in investigations and criminal prosecutions and how to combat terrorist Financing.


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