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Course Description

AWR-122-C - Law Enforcement Prevention and Deterrence of Terrorist Acts, Customized

Course Description (Recertified 5/13/2019)

This course provides participants with an overview of general security features employed by the US government to establish the validity of government documents, as well as known methods used to alter to counterfeit the types of documents commonly presented to law enforcement officers. Several government documents are discussed, including identity cards, driver's licenses, and social security cards.

Course Objectives

  • recognize common characteristics associated with counterfeit and altered domestic and international identity documents.

Mission Areas

  • Prevent


Prerequisites & Other Information:

All class participants must be sworn members of a federal, state, or local law enforcement agency. Prior to the class being conducted, each agency must verify that each participant has met all prerequisites for class attendance. Because of the sensitive nature of the materials presented during this class, participants are required to present class instructors with agency-issued photo identification and credentials during the introductory session of the class.


Training Certificate Issued by:

Louisiana State University Certificate of Completion

POC Deyvon Cooper dcooper@ncbrt.lsu.edu

POC Work Phone 225-578-4993

State Training Point of Contact:

Scott.sutherland@dps.texas.gov




Cost:
No tuition is charged.



Course Specifics

Hours: 4.00
Provider: NCBRT - LSU
Sponsor: DHS-FEMA TEI
Disciplines: Law Enforcement


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