Panel Two: Intelligence and Counter-Radicalization

Speakers:
Charles Allen Principal, Chertoff Group; Former Undersecretary of Homeland Security for Intelligence and Analysis
William J. Bratton Former Chief of Police, Los Angeles Police Department; Chairman, Kroll, Altegrity, Inc.
Peter Clarke Former Head, Counterterrorism Command, New Scotland Yard, and UK National Coordinator of Terrorist Investigations
Presider:
Dina Temple-Raston Counterterrorism Correspondent, NPR
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