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John Maher warns secure radio communication technology could offer a tactical edge to both responders and terrorists alike and calls for greater inter-agency interoperability
The Paris attacks on the Charlie Hebdo publication office in January 2015 is evidence of a new profile of terrorism, furthering the reality that, despite ongoing, aggressive intelligence gathering, terrorist attacks will occur due to the sheer volume of information, noise filtering, geographic reach and evolving plots. Terrorist organisations are becoming better funded, trained and prepared. When an attack occurs, it can be completely unpredicted and the method, location and purpose unknown. Law enforcement . . .