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CHDS Theses: Executive Summaries

CHDS Master's students summarize their research and the impacts of that work on agency practices and the nation's security.

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CHDS Theses: Executive Summaries

Eric Not Enrique: Political and Social Factors Affecting Aid for Immigrants in the United States

By Jason De La Vega – Executive Summary – When responding to humanitarian crises, the United States lacks a uniform process for handling migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers, resulting in uneven treatment. Programs like Uniting for Ukraine provided swift sponsorship

Eric Not Enrique: Political and Social Factors Affecting Aid for Immigrants in the United States

Beyond the Border: The Impact of Flawed Migration Strategies in South and Central America on U.S. Immigration

By Bobby Garcia – Executive Summary – The rising volume of irregular migrants poses a significant challenge for the U.S. government. Although irregular migrants were once composed predominantly of Mexican and Central American nationals, the makeup of contemporary migrant flows

Beyond the Border: The Impact of Flawed Migration Strategies in South and Central America on U.S. Immigration

Do the Dutch Know Much? A Comparative Analysis of Gender and Use of Force in Law Enforcement in the Netherlands and the United States

By Michelle Caron – Executive Summary – This comparative research examines approaches to gender diversity and the use of force in policing in the United States and the Netherlands. It specifically analyzes the historical evolution of women officers in each

Do the Dutch Know Much? A Comparative Analysis of Gender and Use of Force in Law Enforcement in the Netherlands and the United States

All Hands on Deck: A Preparedness Analysis of Municipal Fire Department Mutual Aid During Fires Aboard U.S. Navy Vessels

By James Collins – Executive Summary – Major fires aboard U.S. Navy (USN) vessels undergoing maintenance routinely require mutual aid assistance from nearby municipal fire departments for extinguishment. History has shown that the spontaneous merging of fire agencies during these

All Hands on Deck: A Preparedness Analysis of Municipal Fire Department Mutual Aid During Fires Aboard U.S. Navy Vessels

Igniting a Flame: Examining the Role of Catalytic Events in Triggering Violence

By Kelli Foy – Executive Summary – Anticipating, preventing, and mitigating acts of terrorism and targeted violence remains an ongoing and urgent challenge for law enforcement and homeland security practitioners. Despite several high-profile cases in recent years where a triggering

Igniting a Flame: Examining the Role of Catalytic Events in Triggering Violence

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