Policing in the post 9/11 era /: PS64-26/2006E-PDF
The following paper discusses the legislative response of Canada, Britain, and the U.S. to the events of 9/11 and the debate and controversy surrounding the move towards increased homeland security and the consequent threat this has meant to civil liberties. Also discussed are initiatives aimed at protecting key infrastructures that do not rely on law enforcement or threaten civil liberties.
|Department/Agency||Royal Canadian Mounted Police.|
|Title||Policing in the post 9/11 era /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Other Formats||Paper-[English | French]|
|Number of Pages||37p.|
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