The Grey House Guide to Homeland Security Resources Review

“The Grey House Guide to Homeland Security Resources 2018 (14th edition) is an essential reference for anyone concerned with public safety and homeland security… The Grey House Guide to Homeland Security Resources chronicles resource agencies, personalities, directories, and databases. This well-respected assemblage includes sections that document federal, state, company, and industry resources. This volume has 5,369 listings and 11,166 key executives. five sections: Federal Agencies (Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of Health & Human Services, Department of Labor, etc); state agencies (alphabetical by state); company listings (alpha by company); industry resources (associations, periodical directories & databases, shows & seminars, and web sites); and indexes (Entry, Key Personnel, Products & Services). The beginning portion of the book contains a user guide, 24 pages of DHS organizational charts; an annual Flow Report from December 2017 "U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents: 2016”; a January 2018 Annual Flow Report "Refugees and Asylees: 2016"; and a December 2017 Annual Flow Report "Immigration Enforcement Actions: 2016.” The Grey House Guide to Homeland Security Resources offers responsible inquirers a tool that satisfies their quest for updated, simplified, and straightforward information. Readers benefit from the all-encompassing scope that surpasses other publications.

The Grey House Guide to Homeland Security Resources supports academic criminal justice and law enforcement programs, including majors in Homeland Security. All library acquisition decision-makers will consider this contribution an essential resource. Community college, university, and public libraries benefit. The book will also serve as a convenient desk reference that decision-makers will appreciate when performing operational duties and responsibilities.”
-ARBA, 2019

“…this title [is] designed to simplify the task of locating information about the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) at both the state and local levels. Additionally, the directory provides information about companies and resources related to the security industries. The front matter includes a detailed table of contents, a user's guide, and the text of a…DHS report, Quadrennial Homeland Security Review, which covers issues related to cyberspace, biological threats and hazards, and more. Like the past editions, this one is arranged in five sections: Federal Agencies, State Agencies, Company Listings, Industry Resources, and Indexes. The federal and state agencies sections provide such information as telephone and fax numbers, email addresses, and URLs. The alphabetically arranged Company Listings section provides information about private sector companies that supply services related to the security industry. In the section on industry resources users can find security-related associations, periodicals, directories and databases, shows and seminars, and websites. An online version of the directory is available by subscription at This is a valuable compilation of information in a quickly expanding arena. Recommended.