The Infrastructure Liaison Officer (ILO) course has a history of Homeland Security success going back nearly fifteen years, combining the best practices and content specifically tailored to the InfraGard community and keeping our country safe from terrorism and other threats. It’s about seeing something and saying something, but also about recognizing that something is wrong or suspicious so that reporting will spur public safety action to deter or thwart deadly plots and mitigate risk. The mission of the Infrastructure Liaison Officer (ILO) is to serve as a trained private sector conduit of information to their local public sector partners, in the protection of their company and community our Critical Infrastructure. The ILO course outline is as follows:
Hal Kempfer, Retired U.S. Marine Corps Intelligence Officer and the co-creator of the Infragard ILO Program
Hal is the CEO and Founder of GRIP, Global Risk Intelligence and Planning Inc. in Long Beach, CA. He is a senior instructor and course developer for the Infrastructure Liaison Officer (InfraGard) course and a variety of other courses, workshops, seminars and Homeland Security exercises.
Who Can Attend:
Open to anyone.
InfraGard members, facilities management & front line team members, private sector security, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Terrorism Liaison Officers (TLO’s), Infrastructure Liaison Officers (ILO), Medical Liaison Officers (MLO’s), stakeholders, and Studio/ PR / VIP representatives.