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Homegrown Violent Extremists (HVE) Training

Homegrown Violent Extremists (HVE) Training

Description

The Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services is pleased to announce a training opportunity focusing on Homegrown Violent Extremists Training.
 
An overview of this threat will provide detailed information on homemade explosives, weapons of mass destruction precursors, and improvised explosive recognition as they relate to the HVE threat. The session will include examples and case studies, and address the unique challenges these extremists pose.

Who Should Attend?

Home Grown Violent Extremists Training is intended for sworn law enforcement and probation and corrections personnel only. Agency identification will be required.

Topics to Be Addressed

  • Domestic Terrorism
  • Recent Incidents
  • Investigative Methods and Tools
  • Local Law Enforcement Roles and Responsibilities
  • Criminal Justice Collaboration

Partial In-Service Credit

Law enforcement officers will receive 7 PIC hours.

Please note: PIC hours are an estimate and may change due to unforeseen circumstances.

Cost and Registration

There is no fee to attend this training.

Travel, Lodging & Meals

Transportation and lodging are the responsibility of the participant. Lunch is provided as part of the training.

Training Dates & Locations

Training Time & Details

  • Sign-in begins at 8:00 AM.
  • Training begins at 8:30 AM and concludes at 4:30 PM.
  • Lunch is included as part of the training.

Registration

  • Pre-registration is required.

For More Information, Contact:

Donna Michaelis
804.371.6506
Email Donna

Albert Stokes
804.225.2091
Email Albert

Kathi Lee
804.786.4303
Email Kathi

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