Law Enforcement and Public Safety professionals will be educated on the First Amendment and the Constitutional protections afforded to all groups discussed. At the conclusion of the course, attendees will be trained to identify racially and ideologically motivated behavior and discern between criminal activity and First Amendment protected speech and actions.
FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL ONLY.
Target Audience: Regional Law Enforcement ONLY.
Attendees MUST have Agency ID/Credentials to attend.
This course is being funded by the Winston Salem Forsyth County Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attack Grant Project. Priority will be granted to regional stakeholders.
For more information - See attached flyer.
No reimbursement available:
NCEM is not providing meal or lodging reimbursement for this offering.
Tue. Apr 20, 2021 9:00 AM- 5:00pm
Benton Convention Center - Forsyth County
301 W. 5th Street, Winston-Salem NC 27101
||Winston Ballroom (See Other Information for Parking, etc.)
||TBD, To Be Determined
|# Open Seats
|# on Wait List
Offering Specific Information
Point of Contact: Questions regarding registration can be directed to Tricia Chappell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Required Documentation: All participants MUST have official agency ID/credentials to attend
Room Location: Winston Ballroom
Parking Instructions: Park on 3rd level Cherry & Sixth Street Parking Deck and walk across the footbridge to the Winston Ballroom
PPE: All participants MUST wear masks to enter BCC, go to the bathroom, etc. Once seated in socially distant compliant seating participants may take off their masks off if desired.
Instructor: Rob Finch, Proactive Consulting, Inc.
April 20, 2021; 9 am to 5 pm - DOMESTIC TERRORISM AND HATE GROUPS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT: Current Sworn Local, State or Federal Law Enforcement ONLY. Also open to Intelligence/Crime Analysts. Must have agency ID/credentials to attend.
Location: Benton Convention Center (BCC), 301 W 5th St, Winston Salem, NC 27101;
This relevant and timely training will provide law enforcement and public safety professionals with an introductory overview of numerous domestic terror groups and criminally subversive subcultures encountered on a daily basis. The course will provide a definition of violent
extremism and focus on individuals and groups that attempt to advance social or political beliefs through force or violence.
Public safety professionals will be educated on the First Amendment and the Constitutional protections afforded to all groups discussed. At the conclusion of the course, attendees will be trained to identify racially and ideologically motivated behavior and discern between criminal activity and First Amendment protected speech and actions.
Subjects, Groups & Ideologies to be Covered:
• White Supremacy/White Nationalism/National Socialism/Accelerationism
• INCEL Movement/MGTOW
• Proud Boys
• The Base/Atomwaffen Division/The Green Brigade/Eco-Fascism
• Boogaloo Movement/III%
• Black Militia/NFAC
• Animal Rights Issues
• Symbol/Tattoo Identification
• Social Media Usage for Recruitment, Propaganda and Communication
**NEW**All classes will include an update and overview on the impact of issues such as COVID-19, civil unrest, U.S. Capitol events, and the current posture of threat actors with anti-law enforcement beliefs.**