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Bioterrorism, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
A to Z listing and information on agents of bioterrorism, training videos entitled, "History of Biological Terrorism" and “Biological Warfare and Terrorism: The Military and Public Health Response," and Planning and Preparation for bioterrorism emergencies.
The CISA, as part of the FBI, works with partners to defend against threats and build a more secure and resilient infrastructure for the future. This Agency has three congressionally mandated missions: cybersecurity, infrastructure security, and emergency communications.
The Department of Homeland Security reaches far into venues associated with its mission to secure the nation from threats including aviation, border security, emergency response, cybersecurity and more. Their website includes information on their leadership, organization, history, budget and more.
Terrorism, National Criminal Justice Reference Service
NCJRS Q&As, publications and related links to information on terrorism.
Terrorism and Mass Violence, Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs
The FBI's TEDAC is an interagency organization intended to receive, analyze, and exploit all terrorist explosive devices or IEDs of interest to the United States. They coordinate efforts of law enforcement, intelligence and military to gather and share forensic data and intelligence helping to disarm and disrupt IEDs and prevent future attacks.