Priority seating for Law Enforcement, Corrections, Parole and Probation, Fire and Communications
Albany Police Department
Date and Time:
$250 current OPOA member
$275 non-member (Includes 1 year OPOA membership for qualified applicants)
Albany Police Department, 2600 Pacific Blvd SW; Albany, Oregon 97321
This relevant and timely 2-day training will provide law enforcement officers with an introductory overview of numerous domestic terror groups and criminally subversive subcultures encountered by law enforcement professionals on a daily basis. The course will provide a definition of violent extremism and focus on identifying individuals and groups that attempt to advance social or political beliefs through force or violence.
White Supremacy/National Socialism/Accelerationism
INCEL Movement/Anti-Feminist Groups
The Base/Patriot Front/The Green Brigade/Eco-Fascism
Animal Rights Issues
Social Media Usage for Recruitment and Propaganda
First Amendment Auditors
Anti-Law Enforcement Agitators
Radicalization to Violent Extremism
At the conclusion of training, attendees will be able to:
Identify racially motivated violent extremism and associated ideologies.
Recognize and understand the numerous criminal subcultures and extremist groups living and operating in their jurisdiction.
Understand and predict the dynamics of encounters with the various criminal subcultures presented.
Complete safe, competent and thorough investigations involving criminally subversive groups and/or racially motivated individuals.
Define, explain, and train fellow officers on the recruitment tactics and social media platforms most commonly used by the groups discussed.
**NEW** This course will cover radicalization to violent extremism and include an overview of recent high profile racially motivated violent extremist mass casualty events.**
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