9/11, A Decade Later — Forging bonds and benefits from cooperative training between military and non-military federal, state and local law enforcement

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Carl White

For many years, concerns about crossing the boundaries imposed by the Posse Comitatus Act impeded U.S. military relationships with non-Department of Defense law enforcement agencies. The act was created in the 1800’s to limit the federal government’s power to use the military for law enforcement.

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