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The Interagency Commission on Crime and Security in U.S. Seaports was established by Executive Memorandum of April 27, 1999 by President Clinton.
The Commission was formed to examine and report on the importance of seaports to the nation’s commerce and the presence at seaports of crime and conspiracies associated with those crimes that “pose threats to the people and criminal infrastructures of seaport cities. The President called for a comprehensive review of the nature and extent of seaport crime and the overall state of security in seaports, as well as the ways in which governments at all levels are responding to the problem.
The Interagency Commission on Crime and Security in U.S. Seaports announces that it will be holding three public meetings/ listening sessions to receive input and feedback from the private sector concerning the significant issues involving crime, security, and terrorism in U.S. seaports.
Establishment of Commission To Study Nature and Extent of Crime and Overall State of Security in U.S. Seaports
This document announces the establishment of the Interagency Commission on Crime and Security in U.S. Seaports (the Commission). The Commission will conduct a comprehensive study of the nature and extent of crime and the overall state of security in U.S. seaports, and the ways in which Federal, State and local governments are responding to this...