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Textbook:

    

Terrorism and Organized Hate Crime: Intelligence Gathering, Analysis and Investigations, Third Edition 3rd Edition by Michael R. Ronczkowski (Author)



10 pages. APA citation Format. Min. of eight sources

research and describe three terrorist organizations, discuss, and explain five intelligence profile components that relate to each terrorist organization. Based on this information, the paper will make a scholarly argument about whether or not the roles and responsibilities of the Department of Homeland Security are sufficient and adequate to protect the United States’ critical infrastructure. Paper must rely upon relevant facts and expert opinion, resources available at the homeland security digital library at http://www.hsdl.org. Use of a variety of sources is required.

  • Terrorist organizations to be profiled may be selected from those named in Appendix D on page 153 of the      textbook.

  • Paper must contain the  following:
    • Title page that includes title  of the position paper and the name of the course. [Is not part of  total page count.]
    • Table of contents indicating the pages on which each portion or section of the paper begins. [Is not part of total page count.]

    • An abstract of 25-50 words in length 

A statement of the problem identifying the topic discussed and the issues pertaining to argument.

In the body of the paper defend position by presenting several arguments to support the stand taken on the issue. This requires providing facts and information, present the case accurately, coherently, logically, consistently, and clearly with citations and references.

The paper must demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the theories and concepts and familiarity with various library and internet sources of homeland security literature.

A conclusion section that briefly summarizes the issues raised in the position paper, discusses       recommendations and notes how the recommendations are supported by the information presented in the paper.

A reference section.