1. Only the following ranked higher on the fear index than terrorism victimization:
a. crime against person.
b. burglary and auto theft.
c. crime against property.
d. robbery and auto theft.
2. The most significant terrorist attack in the U.S. prior to the 9/11 attacks was the:
a. Oklahoma Citybombing.
b. Pan Am flight 103.
c. World Trade Centerattack.
d. Bombing of theU.S.embassies.
3. Homeland Security focuses on:
a. homeland security operations.
b. disasters and catastrophes.
c. homeland security and terrorist.
d. potential terrorist attacks and weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
4. 9/11 attacks were said to have originated from:
b. Afghanistan and Iraq.
d. Saudi Arabia.
5. The 9/11 Commission provided a comprehensive assessment of where America was in terms of:
a. protection from WMDs.
b. partnership for secure America.
c. homeland security.
d. securing the U.S.
6. The 9/11 Commission was extremely critical of the government’s:
a. intelligence apparatus.
b. ability to protect intelligence information.
c. ability to facilitate the flow of information.
d. ability to reduce nuclear non-proliferation.
7. The U.S. government must create the capacity to gather intelligence on:
a. terrorists and terrorist organizations.
b. future use of WMD targets.
c. future attacks.
d. terrorist groups.
8. Homeland Security involves defense against catastrophic events such as:
a. weapons of mass destruction.
b. radiological, biological and chemical attacks.
c. radiological, biological, chemical, and nuclear attacks.
d. earthquakes, floods, tornados, or hurricanes.
9. There must be seamless communications among responders; problems arise when first responders cannot:
a. communicate with one another.
b. communicate because of different radio frequencies.
c. communicate because of lack of radios.
d. lack of coordination.
10. Terrorism does not know any boundaries, it is a global war on terrorism and success requires:
a. international cooperation.
b. cooperation with all levels of government.
c. communication across agencies.
d. communication across agencies sharing and systems analysis.
11. American law enforcement officials must cooperate with police officials in foreign countries. This includes:
a. sharing intelligence information.
b. share public health information.
c. identify programs to be applied.
d. information that benefits some countries.
12. Since homeland security is relatively new, it:
a. does not have a distinct operational definition.
b. is not well defined.
c. may be off target.
d. is based on organizational purposes.
13. The national strategy for homeland security was issued in:
14. The national strategy identified several objectives to enhance border and transportation security, the strategy included:
a. ensure accountability in border security.
b. create smart borders.
c. increase security for shipping.
d. expand immigration services.
15. The new environment of homeland security assumes that there is a constant:
16. In review of the national strategy for homeland security, it is obvious that security is much more:
17. The 9/11 commission was created to:
a. examine causes of terrorism.
b. examine past policies, make recommendations.
c. examine intelligence leads.
d. reviewU.S.security policy.
18. The 9/11 Commission made numerous recommendations covering:
a. playbook to improve security.
b. 50 stated goals for security.
c. an initial assessment.
d. minimum effort needed to improve security.
19. Terrorists are often successful when they conduct a:
a. coordinated attack.
b. secondary attack.
c. surprise attack.
d. frontal attack.
20. Which is not an essence of homeland security:
a. consequences of an attack.
b. prep for attack.
c. response to it.
d. untold casualties.
1. The American psyche was changed because of 9/11.
2. The level of fear of being a victim of a terrorist attack was greater for males as compared to females.
3. Sporadic and isolated terrorist events have occurred in theU.S.in the past, but they, for the most part, were homegrown.
4. Prior to 9/11, the only terrorist attack on American soil perpetrated by offenders from another country was the first World Trade Centre attack on February 26, 1993.
5. The 9/11 attacks resulted in new thinking at all levels of the government.
6. While engaged in overseas military operations, the public was told it faced the possibility of a “shadow enemy” within theU.S.
7. Disasters and catastrophes were included within the homeland security purview, it obviously broadens the mission.
8. Guarding against attacks in the U.S. had been a low priority even though there had been a number of terrorist attacks throughout the world.
9. Although terrorism has been around as long as there have been tribes and nation-states, homeland security is not a new concept or government function in theU.S.
10. Homeland Security functions tend not to be defined based on organizational purposes.