Participatory Operational & Security Assessment on homeland security risks: an empirical research method for improving security beyond the borders through public/private partnerships

@article{Burns2018ParticipatoryO,
  title={Participatory Operational \& Security Assessment on homeland security risks: an empirical research method for improving security beyond the borders through public/private partnerships},
  author={Maria G. Burns},
  journal={Journal of Transportation Security},
  year={2018},
  volume={11},
  pages={85-100}
}
  • Maria G. Burns
  • Published 4 July 2018
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of Transportation Security
This paper proposes novel applications of Participatory Operational Assessment (POA), as a qualitative/empirical tool for bridging the research gap in our knowledge of Border Security, while supporting the mission of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security “to build in security, to ensure resilience, and to facilitate customs and exchange” (DHS 2017). Each year, global trade volume exceeds 10.3 billion tons of cargo, 90% of which is being carried by ships (UNCTAD 2017). U.S. transport networks… 
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