DC Homeland Security Chief: How We're Keeping America's Capital Safe
How safe are American cities? Since the attacks in Paris on Friday, cities across the United States have been on alert. On Monday, an unverified ISIS video threatened to strike Washington, D.C.
Here & Now‘s Indira Lakshmanan speaks with Christopher Geldart, the Homeland Security director for the District of Columbia, about how his team is managing security in the nation’s capital.
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- Christopher Geldart, director of the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency for Washington, D.C.
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