09.13.17

Sixteen Years After 9/11: Assessing Suspicious Activity Reporting Efforts

September 13, 2017 10:00 AM | HOUSE CAPITOL VISITOR CENTER (HVC) ROOM 210

A trained law enforcement community and vigilant public are vital for identifying and reporting suspicious activity and indicators of terrorism.  In the shadow of the sixteen-year commemoration of the 9/11 terror attacks, this hearing will reinforce the importance of suspicious activity reporting, assess the role of law enforcement and fusion centers, and review the role of DHS in the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative (NSI).

Opening Statements

Rep. Peter King (R-NY), Subcommittee Chairman
Opening Statement

Live Stream

Witnesses

Mr. Robin Taylor
Acting Deputy Secretary, Intelligence Operations
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Witness Testimony

Mr. Rick Fuentes
Superintendent
Office of the Superintendent
State Police
State of New Jersey
Witness Testimony

Mr. Bill Evans
Police Commissioner
City of Boston
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Witness Testimony

Mr. Joseph M. Flynn 
Deputy Director
Northern Virginia Regional Intelligence Center
Witness Testimony

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