How Will a Severe Terrorist Alert Effect Tourism in South Carolina

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HOW WILL A SEVERE TERRORIST ALERT EFFECT TOURISM
IN
SOUTH CAROLINA
Brianne Buckner
Dr. BRIAN MCCUE
PAD 590
JUNE 21, 2010

STRAYER UNIVERSITY
CHARLESTON, SC CAMPUS

This Directed Research Project (DRP), was conducted and orally presented

By

……………………………………………………………………………….

Brianne Buckner, Student

We hereby certify that this DRP submitted by Brianne Buckner conforms to acceptable standards, and as such is fully adequate in scope and quality.

It is therefore approved as the fulfillment of the requirement of the degree of Hospitality and Tourism Management, MBA

Approved:_________________________________________

Supervising
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..…………………………………….……………….29 Amusement Parks………………..………………………………………………30 SC Beaches……………………………………………………………................30 Miscellaneous Reasons to Visit……………….…………………………...……30

CHAPTER 4: TERRORISM…………..……………………..……………….…………34 Definitions………………………………………………………………………..34 Terrorism in Perspective…...…………………………………………………….34 Intent of Terrorist Groups………………………………………………………..35 Potential Targets…………………………………………………………………35 Types of Terrorist Incidents…………………………………………………...…36 Classification of Terrorist Cells…...……………………………………….…….39 Brief History of Terrorism……………………………………………………….40 Trends and Patterns in Domestic Terrorism...………………………….………..42 SC Terrorism………………………………………………………………..……46

CHAPTER 5: LOCAL PROTECTION………………………………………………….49 Local Police Departments…....……………………………..……………………49 Security at Military Establishments……………………………………………...49 Security at Ports ...………………………………………………….….….……..50 Security for Bridge ...…………………..………………………….……….……51 Nuclear Plant, Theme Parks, Beaches, and other Security…….....………..….....51 Airport Security……………………………………………………...…………..51

CHAPTER 6: FEDERAL PROTECTION………………………………….…………...54 Homeland Security………………………………………………….……………54 Transportation Security Agency…………………………………………………57 Federal Bureau of Investigation………………………………………………….59 Central Intelligence Agency………………………………………….………….61

CHAPTER 7: RECESSION….....…………………………………………..…………...63

CHAPTER 8:

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