Leslie W Kennedy Director RUTGERS Newark. Sponsored by the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice, Center for Global Change and Governance, College of Nursing.
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Sponsored by the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice, Center for Global Change and Governance, College of Nursing and Rutgers School of Law-Newark
Criminal Justice The center is exploring the questions relating to the control and prevention of terrorism. Included in this analysis are methods for managing terrorist groups, controlling support for terror, detecting and suppressing new attacks, and removing opportunities for such activities. In addition, research will focus on risk assessments and impacts of heightened security.
Global Change The Center for Global Change and Governance is facilitating research that explains what is different about the sources and behavior of contemporary terrorism and terrorists. The goal is to develop an understanding of how terrorism has evolved and what its contemporary objectives have become.
School of Law-Newark The center will facilitate analysis of the laws developed by law enforcement that are intended to suppress and control terror. This work is drawing upon the legal expertise of the law school faculty to examine the legal responses to terrorism and heightened security.
College of Nursing Nursing Center for Bioterrorism and Infectious Diseases Preparedness The newly formed Nursing Center for Bioterrorism and Infectious Diseases Preparedness at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, College of Nursing will serve as a primary source of education, information and research initiatives for nurses, nurse practitioners, and all allied nursing personnel on practice matters relating to biological, chemical and nuclear terrorism as well as emerging infectious diseases.
Sectors of Interest 1. Public health 2. Law enforcement 3. Corporate security
Initiatives Counterterrorism Information Task Force Technology and terrorism Public health responses to conventional and unconventional threats Critical infrastructure protection through environmental design Social and economic consequences of heightened security
Public Policy Impacts Identify sources and spread of terrorism and other threats to public security Research organizational responses to heightened security Work with agencies to coordinate strategic responses Coordinate public discussion of public security
Past and Current Sponsors Rutgers Newark Fund for New Jersey Prudential Financial Horizon Blue Cross State of New Jersey