Terrorism : Modern Law And Enforcing Agencies
The book " Terrorism : Modern Law and Enforcing Agencies" discusses about all security measures and effective security programs against terrorist, espionage and criminal threats of the world. It also describes the counter-terrorism and anti terrorism assistance program. The protection of life has become the most critical element of today's time. With the emergence of terrorist coalitions that operate across international borders the threat of terrorism against various countries has become greater than ever. At International level, number of security and law enforcement programs and agencies have been working actively to fight effectively against such terrorist activities. Their effort converge towards developing a more responsive and responsible criminal justice system and they are also involved in maintaining many legislative initiatives, which offer the necessary tools in the fight against these crimes by promoting modern investigative techniques and criminal procedural changes to include undercover operations, witness protection, forfeiture, speedy trail, guilty pleas and plea bargaining. This book supports efforts to improve ethics in the justice system thus contributing to raising to the highest levels of security from terrorism. This book is the key source for all academics, scholars, security specialists such as intelligence people, defence persons, military experts etc.
Naveen Mishra is a Lawyer by profession. He has completed his BA (Hons) , LLB and LLM from Hari Das Institute of Legal Studies and Research , Mathura, Utter Pradesh, India, His area of interest are International Law, Advanced Public International Law, Counter- Terrorism Law and Policy etc, He specialize in public international law, particularly anti- terrorism law, humanitarian law, international criminal; law and human rights law. He has published widely many journals and books based on international law related to terrorism and Human Rights. He has also participated in various national and international seminars and has been active in public debates about terrorism, sedition, torture, refugees and human rights.
Preface V 1. Introduction -- Pg. 1 2. Federal Bureau of Investigation and SLATT -- Pg. 15 3. Meeting the Challenges of Terrorism -- Pg. 23 4. Eco Terrorism and International Environmental Security-- Pg. 41 5.Economic Cost of Terrorism in South Asia -- Pg. 55 6. Terrorism and Law of War -- Pg. 79 7. Competing Approaches to Fighting Terrorist -- Pg. 119 8. International Law Enforcement Academies Act ( ILEA) -- Pg. 159 9. Tension between India and Pakistan -- Pg. 167 10. The Homeland Security and Posse Comitatus Act -- Pg. 177 11. The War on Terror, Intelligence and Law Enforcement Technology -- Pg. 197 12. The Age of Terrorism and Public Safety -- Pg. 211 13.Nation-Building and Terrorist Safe Havens -- Pg. 255 14. Fighting Terrorism through Data Integration-- Pg. 281 15.Regional Crime Fighting and Counter terrorism: A Better Perspective -- Pg. 297 16. Terrorism and Law -- Pg. 303 17. Terrorism and Legal Policy in India -- Pg. 343 Bibliography -- Pg. 377 Index -- Pg. 383