Over the years, one of the key criticisms of many of the agencies consolidated into the Department of Homeland Security was that they were “stove pipes” and they did not share information, or help each other out. Information held by one agency was not shared with another. One of the findings following the September 11, 2001 attack was intelligence agencies did not share information with law enforcement. In the Introduction to Part 3 of the primary text, William Bratton (2012) states, “In today’s increasingly networked world, organizations must collaborate across traditional boundaries or run the risk of irrelevance and failure. No one agency can do it alone” (p. 191).
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