A Missouri professor has found his expertise on terrorism more in demand than ever. Richard Holden is Chairman of the Criminal Justice Department at Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg. He periodically travels to Virginia to conduct terrorism training at the FBI Natinal Academy. Holden says the federal program called “Project Safe America” helps local law enforcement better identify so-called critical assets that can be used to make or transport weapons. He says he instructs law enforcement to simply add such concerns to their list of things they watch out for. And Holden reminds students in his terrorism classes that terrorism isn’t just a threat from without our borders, but it remains a threat within our borders.