This NIJ "Notes from the Field" article discusses how law enforcement must form and maintain positive relationships with the community in order to fight terrorism.
In this article from NIJ's "Notes from the Field" series, which allows leading voices in the field to share their strategies for responding to the most pressing issues on America's streets today, Boston University Police Chief Kelly Nee discusses the importance of forming and maintaining positive relationships with the community in order to fight terrorism. Chief Nee promotes the message of "See Something, Say Something" as a core component of building community vigilance and proactive engagement with law enforcement in reporting potential terrorist acts.
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