InfraGard Los Angeles and GRIPSA present Violent Extremism Awareness and Prevention (VEAP). This course is designed to provide the knowledge and tools to recognize and understand the indicators and warning of violent extremist beliefs, groups, communications and activities, with an aim for providing proactive reporting to the proper authorities in order to thwart dangerous plots and attacks. It examines international, transnational, domestic and single-issue extremism, and both the politically far right and far left violent extremes. VEAP participants or students include private security and other concerned private sector partners, public safety and government officials, non-profit entities and anyone else concerned about the threat of terrorism and violent extremism in our society.
***There are 4.5 ASIS credits available for this course
Domestic, International, Transnational, Single-issue and Far Left/Right Violent Extremism
Key Concepts and Issues Involving Terrorism, Counterterrorism and Terrorism Prevention
Suspicious Activity Recognition and Reporting
Hal Kempfer, GRIP, Inc.
A retired Marine intelligence officer with 24 years of service, with much of it in the civil-military realm. Consulting and training firms focused on strategic risk, terrorism, intelligence, planning and all-hazards/all threats security,
Who Can Attend:
Open to anyone. Particularly suited to InfraGard Members, Security and Risk Management Professionals, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Area Stakeholders, all Critical Infrastructure Sectors, Intelligence Analysts/Officers/Managers, and anyone else concerned about the threat of violent extremism.