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NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
NJ Maritime Security Initiative
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NJ Maritime Security Initiative

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The New Jersey Maritime Security Initiative recognizes current trends in terrorist planning, increases port security and regional Maritime Domain Awareness, through the development and sharing of …

The New Jersey Maritime Security Initiative recognizes current trends in terrorist planning, increases port security and regional Maritime Domain Awareness, through the development and sharing of maritime related information and intelligence. The Initiative empowers the local, private, and corporate waterfront community with the knowledge and ability to assist law enforcement by identifying criminal and terrorist behaviors. To successfully combat terrorism and criminal activity, law enforcement relies on the active involvement of New Jersey waterfront community partners. This initiative embraces a proactive pursuit of intelligence via a systematic outreach program, involving those persons associated with our waterways.

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  • 1. Terrorists / Criminals have exploited ports in order to cause the detrimental economic, political, and psychological effects.
  • 2. “There are indications that al-Qaida intends to intensify operations against maritime targets and increase strikes against shipping and port facilities as part of a strategy to strike economic targets.” New York State Office of Homeland Security Focus Report – Maritime Terrorist Threat
  • 3. USS COLE October 12, 2000: 17 Dead / 39 Wounded Small vessel packed with explosives
  • 4. Largest port of import in U.S. $149 Billion (import / export) Major Fuel Hub 10th largest port in world Most petroleum products in US
  • 5. Individuals engaged in criminal or terrorist activity will often display patterns of behavior and engage in specific actions which are intentionally designed to conceal, disguise, or divert attention away from their true criminal intentions.
  • 6. • Surveillance • Elicitation • Tests of security • Acquiring supplies • Suspicious persons out of place • Dry run/Trial Run • Deploying assets

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