Report: Redefining homeland security: a new framework for DHS to meet today’s challenges
June 16, 2021
Elisa Massimino worked on a new report from the Center for American Progress on shifting the priorities of the Department of Homeland Security. Rather than focusing on investigative, detention, and law enforcement functions, functions better carried out by the FBI and Bureau of Prisons, DHS should shift toward new values of connecting, communicating, facilitating, welcoming, and helping.
A U.S. Coast Guard boat cruises through New York Harbor in August 2018. (Getty/Drew Angerer)
Read the report from the Center for American Progress here.