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Winston Churchill once said, "Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning." So as a nation, the battles we find ourselves engaged in demands the innovative development of strategies, which move beyond our past traditional thought. We must force ourselves to think of new tactics to defeat or stop a new sort of enemy from reaching his mission, one that is generally hidden, is driven ideologically, doesn't seek a group battle, and so is like no other faced before. The subject of this monograph is to suggest measures which could be implemented to reduce terrorism, from an emergency management perspective. It will also want to deliver an explanation of the intelligence cycle and construction of the United States intelligence community, with an evaluation of some of the present issues in counterterrorism intelligence in the USA. That which we do for prevention of a terrorist act will have a trade-off. The more precise the information we receive about a particular threat, the slimmer we could make our attention so as to intervene to stop the threat. This is going to be quite beneficial in keeping up the community support networks, because of a potential reduced disturbance and annoyance to a large majority of individuals, together with a more effective utilization of resources (includingChertoff, 2007). Emergency managers should utilize the all-hazards method of planning; in concert with training and response exercises to help build the community support networks, and also familiarize everyone with strategies, policies, agreements, and procedures. Then conduct exercises, functional exercises, and also full-scale exercises: confirm policies, plans, agreements, and procedures; describe responsibilities and roles; and ide...