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Live Podcast: The FBI, CIA & Homeland Security - and our National Security
Do you ever wonder how the FBI, CIA, and Department of Homeland Security work together and what their different roles and responsibilities actually are? We read about them in the news, and watch countless TV shows and movies that depict what they do, but how much do you really understand about the difference between these organizations and what they are charged to do?

Join us for a fascinating discussion with the Heritage Foundation's Dustin Carmack, an expert on these organizations and their role in cybersecurity, intelligence, and emerging technologies.

Constitutional Chats are hosted by Janine Turner, Cathy Gillespie, student ambassadors, and experts who join us weekly to discuss hot-topic issues! The audience is not on camera, but you may ask questions!

PS - Answer to Social Media Quiz Questions:
1.The FBI, the oldest of the three, was established in 1946. The CIA soon followed in 1947 and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security was created in 2002.
2.The CIA and FBI are both members of the U.S. Intelligence Community. The CIA, however, has no law enforcement function. Rather, it collects and analyzes information that is vital to the formation of U.S. policy, particularly in areas that impact the security of the nation. The CIA collects information only regarding foreign countries and their citizens. Unlike the FBI, it is prohibited from collecting information regarding “U.S. Persons,” a term that includes U.S. citizens, resident aliens, legal immigrants, and U.S. corporations, regardless of where they are located. (From the FBI website)

Mar 28, 2023 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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