Terrorism Prevention Act, 2003

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This part of my paper will analyze the impact of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 (IRTPA) primarily on Information-Sharing. There were many trajectories to the law after the attack of September 11th 2001. We shifted our attention on security and protection of the United State, but above all we shifted attention in preventing Al-Qaeda from creating any such attack against the U.S. in so doing IRTPA was created to improve the Justice department, the FBI and CIA ability to combat international terrorism in many aspects. It was also created to combat home grown terrorism as well, the change to the regulations are so many with the creation of IRTPA that all cannot be discussed in this paper. These are some of that laws …show more content…
After IRPTA was implemented to allow our policies to be share by about 17 governmental and law enforcement agencies to work together, however before 9/11 no one agency shear any information at the time. This was partly because the Policy, there were no conventional wisdom to have one agency to improve the legal relationships between intelligence and law enforcement offices at the time. The 9/11 commission report on the matter of information sharing is as follows "The information sharing failures in the summer of 2001 were not the result of legal barriers, but of the failure of individuals to understand that the barriers did not apply to the facts at hand," the 35-page monograph concludes. "Simply put, there was no legal reason why the information could not have been shared." Now, let us take a look at a statement from Jack Cloonan, a former FBI agent who is now an ABCNEWS consultant about a window of …show more content…
The law further strengthened the screening process it’s established our national counter Terrorism Center, which requires international and domestic passengers be screened against terrorism watch lists. One of the most important implementations of IRPPTA is that strengthened our visa waiver programs. This allows travelers for certain country to enter the country without been interviewed, however, with IRPTA travelers from these countries will have to be interviewed before entering the US. This interview is the opportunity where we can identify a potential terrorist at the consulate and therefore denying them entry to the U.S. since terrorism watch lists is one of the most important for us to deny terrorists the ability to enter the US, I do understand that about 13 of the 35 visa weavers have agreed to make information sharing mandatory. They are willing to share biometric law informant and terrorisms watch list databases with the USA, therefore, we will do the same. Because of IRPTA the biometric implementation system is in all of the US nation port of entry, this us averting al-Qaeda away from the United States as of

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