Describes a framework to guide assessments of the availability of data regarding U.S. anti- and counterterrorism systems, countermeasures, and defenses for planning attacks on the U.S. air, rail, and sea transportation infrastructure. Overall, the framework is useful for assessing what kind of information would be easy or hard for potential attackers to find.Several media articles mentioned the number of police officers who monitor the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) stations, bridges, and tunnels (Donohue and Gittrich, 2004). One quoted a LIRR official stating that MTA police were monitoring certain high-value targets and mentioned several examples of ... There was some mention of tests that were to begin in 2005; however, no other details were available.
|Title||:||Freedom and Information|
|Author||:||Eric Landree, Christopher Paul, Beth Grill, Aruna Balakrishnan, Bradley Wilson|
|Publisher||:||Rand Corporation - 2007-08-07|