Response to Terrorism in Georgia
Course Hours: 24.0 Hours
This course provides an overview of the ongoing threat of international and domestic terrorism, attack detection and prevention, and response tactics for potential and actual terrorism events. Topics include: international and domestic terrorism threats; motivations and objectives for terrorism; recognition and identification of military ordnance, energetic materials, devices and components; introduction to homemade explosives; suicide bombers; improvised explosive device awareness; threat and risk assessment and management of potential incidents of terrorism.
Participants will have a better working knowledge of Terrorist Threats International and Domestic, Explosive Devices, and Threat Management. They will have a knowledge of Homemade Explosives, Suicide Bombers and Improvised Explosive Devices.
LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE. Due to the nature of the course, the following prerequisites must be met: (1) Students must be employed by a local, state, federal, or military public safety agency. (2) Non-law enforcement certified applicants with pending felony charges or convictions are prohibited from attendance. The course coordinator may require production of a criminal history record prior to attendance for non-LEO certified applicants.
Who Should Attend
Certified, state, federal, military law enforcement and other public safety personnel who meet the prerequisites.
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