Bipartisan Senate Report on January 6 Finds Failures of Security, Planning, Response

Bipartisan Senate Report on January 6 Finds Failures of Security, Planning, Response


Two Senate committees on Tuesday released their bipartisan report examining the January 6 Capitol riot that found a number of security, planning, and response failures by federal law enforcement and government agencies that prevented a sufficient response.

The report, issued by the Senate Homeland Security and Rules Committees, looked at the security, planning, and response failures of the entities directly responsible for Capitol security — the United States Capitol Police (USCP) and the Capitol Police Board, which is comprised of the House and Senate Sergeants at Arms and the Architect of the Capitol as voting members, and the USCP Chief as a non-voting member.

It also looked at “critical breakdowns” between the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of Defense and made recommendations to address the failures.

The report faulted the FBI and DHS for not issuing a threat assessment warning of potential violence targeting the Capitol

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