Ever wonder who’s responsible for our daily dosage of fear, terror and crime?
Look no further than our colleges and universities.
Colleges and universities have been working with DHS for fifteen years.
Since 2002, when the Homeland Security Act was passed, numerous colleges and universities have been feeding from the DHS money trough. Each year they line up like good little Bundists, promoting DHS’s vision of terror.
Think about that, everything you’ve been told about terrorism and extremism is coming from colleges!
Schools across America will do anything, even if that means working with DHS, so they can get a piece of the annual $35-$40 million pie.
A recent DHS article reveals, that George Mason University will receive close to $4 million to study, terror and crime.
This August, DHS announced that George Mason University was going to lead a consortium of U.S. academic institutions and other partners for a new COE in Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis (CINA).
DHS proudly boasted they were giving CINA a $3.85 million grant for its first operating year in a 10-year grant period. Doesn’t that mean that DHS is planning on giving George Mason University $38.5 million over ten years?
Schools are working closely with U.S. Customs and law enforcement.
“As lead institution, George Mason University will spearhead a consortium of academic, industry, government, and laboratory partners throughout the country and will work closely with U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement and other law enforcement organizations to establish a long-term productive relationship.”
DHS has also created a website called ‘Homeland Security University Programs’ (HSUP) that is dedicated to making it easier for colleges and universities to work with them.
How popular is HSUP with higher education?
Schools across America have made nearly 25,000 HSUP videos.
How many universities and colleges have produced critical reports or videos of DHS?
“The Center’s research will focus on criminal network analysis, dynamic patterns of criminal activity, forensics, and criminal investigative processes. CINA will work with DHS components and other federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies to develop strategies and solutions for on-the-ground use by agents and officers to predict, thwart, and prosecute crimes. CINA will also contribute to the education and development of both university students and professionals working in the realms of prevention, prediction, investigation and prosecution.”
A HomelandSecurityEdu map shows that nearly every school in America, offers some type of Homeland Security degree or career.
COE’s led by universities:
- Arctic Domain Awareness Center of Excellence (ADAC), led by the University of Alaska Anchorage, develops and transitions technology solutions, innovative products, and educational programs to improve situational awareness and crisis response capabilities related to emerging maritime challenges posed by the dynamic Arctic environment.
- Borders, Trade, and Immigration Institute (BTI), led by the University of Houston, develops technology-based tools, techniques, and educational programs for border management, immigration, trade facilitation, and targeting and enforcement of transnational borders.
- The Center for Accelerating Operational Efficiency (CAOE), led by Arizona State University, applies advanced analytical tools to optimize efficiency in homeland security operations.
- Center of Excellence for Awareness and Localization of Explosives-Related Threats (ALERT), led by Northeastern University, develops new means and methods to protect the nation from explosives-related threats.
- The Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis Center (CINA), led by George Mason University, develops strategies and solutions to enhance criminal network analysis, forensics, and investigative processes for on-the-ground use by agents and officers to predict, thwart, and prosecute crimes.
- Coastal Resilience Center of Excellence (CRC), led by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, conducts research and education to enhance the Nation’s ability to safeguard people, infrastructure, and economies from catastrophic coastal natural disasters such as floods and hurricanes.
- Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute (CIRI), led by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, conducts research and education to enhance the resilience of the Nation’s critical infrastructure and its owners and operators.
- Maritime Security Center of Excellence (MSC), led by Stevens Institute of Technology, enhances Maritime Domain Awareness and develops strategies to support Marine Transportation System resilience and educational programs for current and aspiring homeland security practitioners.
- National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), led by the University of Maryland, provides policy makers and practitioners with empirically grounded findings on the human elements of the terrorist threat and informs decisions on how to disrupt terrorists and terrorist groups.
Look no further than DHS, who’s vision of a police state is becoming a reality.