Civilian Demonstrations Near the Military Installation: Restraints on Military Surveillance and Other Intelligence Activities [open pdf - 7MB]
"Anti-war and anti-military demonstrations have occurred during every modern conflict. When such demonstrations are anticipated outside an installation, the commander wants to know as much as possible about any potential threat to installation facilities, personnel, or operations. Unfortunately, internal military procedures for obtaining the desired information are inconsistent and confusing. Commanders attempting to follow this guidance may collect and retain information in violation of the Privacy Act and the First Amendment. To cure these problems, this thesis proposes significant changes to an existing Department of Defense Directive."
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