College of Arts & Sciences
Homeland Security is strategically defined as an enterprise based on a concerted national effort: a nation-wide comprehensive activity, including all of government across federal, state, local, territorial and tribal tiers; the public and the private sector; and the whole community of first responders and vigilant citizens. While Homeland Security in addition to government agencies and the private sector counts on each single citizen as part of the whole-community approach, little is known about how it actually resonates with citizens. [...]almost a quarter (23%) feel Homeland Security to affect their daily lives – such as by ensuring safe and secure neighborhoods; via the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) when travelling on a plane, through security precautions in public transportation; or by encouragement to report suspicious activity.
2017 UAPI Summit Special Issue
Naval Postgraduate School, Center for Homeland Defense and Security
Scholarly Commons Citation
Siedschlag, Alexander . Homeland Security Affairs, suppl. 2017 UAPI Summit Special Issue ; Monterey Vol. XIII, (2017).
Dr. Siedschlag was not affiliated with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at the time this paper was published.