Counterterrorism and Intelligence Subcommittee
The Counterterrorism and Intelligence Subcommittee focuses on the capabilities and efforts of the Federal government, particularly the Department of Homeland Security, to identify and deter threats to the Homeland through the collection and sharing of counterterrorism and homeland security information across Federal, State, and local law enforcement.
Peter T. King (NY-2)CHAIRMAN
Representative Peter King has served as Subcommittee Chairman since the 113th Congress. Led by his commitment to national and homeland security, Representative King conducts rigorous oversight over Federal efforts to secure the homeland, address emerging threats, and examine information sharing across the government. He also served as Chairman of the Homeland Security Committee in 2005-2006 and again in 2011-2012.
Kathleen M. Rice (NY-4)RANKING MEMBER
Sheila Jackson Lee
William R. Keating
This hearing will examine the capabilities and efforts of Federal law enforcement agencies to share information related to designated Transnational Criminal Organizations (TCO), including MS-13, ...
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 ...
This hearing will reexamine the continued threat posed by al Qaeda, and its efforts to once again take leadership of the global jihadist movement, as the caliphate of the Islamic State of Iraq and ...