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AWR-122 - Law Enforcement Prevention and Deterrence of Terrorist Acts

Recertified: 5/13/2019

Course Description

This course focuses on the recognition, prevention, and deterrence of terrorist activity and criminal high-consequence incidents for law enforcement and other public safety professionals (such as investigators, parole or probation officers, public health investigators, EMS, fire service, and others in public safety-related positions).

Course Objectives

  • Explain the importance of recognizing, preventing, and deterring terrorist activity.

  • Use a baseline knowledge of concepts and terminology associated with terrorist attacks to be better prepared to identify signs of suspicious behavior related to terrorism.

  • describe the strategies, activities, and tactics of terrorist attack planning and implementation in order to recognize indicators of terrorism and interdict or disrupt attacks.

  • Evaluate whether materials and makeshift labs are associated with the production of CBRNE agents.

  • Judge the authenticity of identification documents (IDs).

  • Appropriately act on information that can assist with the prevention and deterrence of terrorism

  • Implement prevention and deterrence concepts to enhance their abilities to complete duties in their day-to-day jobs

Mission Areas

  • Prevent

Prerequisites & Other Information:

Participants must be US citizens and have FEMA student identification numbers with them on the first day of class. 

To obtain the FEMA student ID Number (SID):
FEMA Student Identification Number 

No tuition is charged.

Course Specifics

Hours: 14.00
Provider: NCBRT - LSU
Disciplines: Public Health
Fire Service
Emergency Medical Service
Law Enforcement
Private Industry

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