Video and Multimedia
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Audio, Video, and Web Resource
Case 4.1: Differences in Organization Culture: Is the FBI from Mars and the CIA from Venus?
Audio 4.1.1: NPR: Has Sept. 11 Changed How Agencies Share Secrets?
Description: This story from National Public Radio’s Morning Edition describes improvements in information sharing and the ongoing culture divides between the CIA and FBI.
Video 4.1.1: CNN: Director of National Intelligence Has Little Real Authority
Description: When the third Director of National Intelligence, Dennis Blair, left the position, the media described the challenge of coordinating national intelligence among agencies including the FBI and the CIA.
Web 4.1.1: DNI: Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Description: Explore the website of the Director of National Intelligence to learn more about how the federal government coordinates work across different intelligence gathering agencies.
Web 4.1.2: The 9-11 Commission: The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States
Description: Analysis from the 9-11 Commission is referenced in the case study. Reports and documents from that commission remain available to the public online.
Case 4.2: Ben Proposes Marriage: Romantic Gesture or Abuse of Police Power?
Audio 4.2.1: NPR – Restoring Citizens’ Trust in Police Departments
Description: This story from NPR describes how police departments in major cities have taken steps to restore public trust in the police.
Video 4.2.1: Huffington Post Canada: Arrest/Wedding Proposal Video in Saint John Is Cruel yet Cute
Description: The Huffington Post Canada provides video of the marriage proposal discussed in the case study.
Web 4.2.1: Washington Post: Del. Cardin Apologizes for Using Baltimore Officers in Marriage Proposal
Description: As reported in The Washington Post, the use of police to aid in marriage proposals goes beyond the example in the case study.
Case 4.3: What Should Government Do about Sharks?
Web 4.3.1: How Should We Respond When Humans and Sharks Collide?
Description: Discussion from National Geographic on what responses from government should look like from local governments and communities.
Web 4.3.2: Cape Cod’s Looking into Technology to Stop Shark Attacks, but Some Officials Say That Could Backfire
Description: Shark attacks in the summer of 2019, in Case Cod, MA, have given rise to discussion on how to repel sharks from swimming areas.