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c4sem, GI Bill, law enforcement, military, emergency management, homeland security, training, certification

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Building Teams and Teamwork in Law Enforcement

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THE PATHWAY TO RADICALIZATION

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ADVANCED INTERVIEWING FOR INVESTIGATORS

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SURVEILLANCE DETECTION

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CONDUCTING PHYSICAL SECURITY ASSESSMENTS

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Vienna VA 22182

 

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Build a Strong Team

  • Certified Homeland Security Manager (CHSM)
  • Certified Critical Infrastructure Protection Specialist (CCIPS)
  • Certified Counter Terrorism Specialist (CCTS)
  • Certified Intelligence Analyst Specialist (CIAS)
  • Certified Special Security Officer (CSSO
  • Certified Chief Security Officer (CCSO)
  • Certified Emergency Management Specialist (CEMS)
  • Certified Emergency Operation Center Manager (CEOCM)
  • Certified Site Safety and Health Inspector (CSSHI)
  • Certified Internal Investigation Officer (CIIO)
  • Certified Anti-Corruption Specialist (CACS)

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The focus of the center's research is on first responders' capabilities in response to terrorists, their strategies and tactics, and their objectives, resources and capabilities for creating MUD (multilateral unconstrained disruption). The Center makes projections on future terrorist actions and develops improved systems for protecting vital institutions and interests and provides certification and trainings.

 

The Center's projects focus on risk mitigation, management, organization, systems, tools, training and certification needs and methods:

 

Risk Assessment and Management Standards

  • Developed a targeted version of a comprehensive security and emergency management procedure to address the absence of clear standards and guidelines on what works and what doesn't in the world of security.

  • Design a Vulnerability Assessment System (VAS)

    • (1) establishing the data and analysis capabilities of the system so that they can be readily employed by security managers at all levels; and

    • (2) developing and testing the associated training programs.

Communications and Operations

  • This area of research focuses on identifying and disseminating easily adaptable communications procedures that meet the needs of all levels of security and emergency management arena.

  • Develop clear communications standards, guidelines, and procedures for first responders.

Attack Indicators

  • Identifying potential attacks:

    • Based largely on the application of strategies, resources and methods, derived from the information produced by standard international and domestic intelligence operations.

Indicators of Domestic Radicalization

  • Research focuses on individuals and organizations in order to identify indicators pertaining to terrorist actions. This research will focuses on populations demonstrated to be prone to radicalization, such as prison inmates and ex-offenders.

Security and Emergency Management Strategies.

  • Developing guidance for a comprehensive response strategy

  • Identify strategies for conducting the war on terror, and.

  • Identifying resources needs and deployment strategies.

Irregular Warfare Program Support

  • Conduct systematic and research based on the operational capability analysis to enable client organizations to better apply indirect and asymmetric force to identify, disrupt, deny and destroy hostile organizations and their supporting enterprises.

  • Conduct systematic operational analysis to synchronize interagency irregular warfare efforts.

 

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Certified Homeland Security Manager (CHSM)

 

Certified Critical Infrastructure Protection Specialist (CCIPS)

 

Certified Counter Terrorism Specialist (CCTS)

 

Certified Emergency Management Specialist (CEMS)

 

Certified Emergency Operation Center (EOC) Manager (CEOCM)

 

Certified Internal Investigation Officer (CIIO)

 

Certified Intelligence Analyst Specialist (CIAS)

 

Certified Special Security Officer (CSSO)

 

Certified Chief Security Officer (CCSO)

 

Certified Anti-Corruption Specialist (CACS)

 

Certified Site Safety and Health Officer/Inspector (CSSHO/I): EM 385 SSHO

 

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