The War on Police training introduces law enforcement professionals to anti-police movements ideologies and identifiers found on vehicles, websites, social media, at protests, crime scenes and in prisons.
Attendees will be trained on identifying the emblems, flags, patches, tattoos, graffiti, jewelry, hand-signs, clothing, masks and gestures of anti-police groups and designated terrorist organizations. Islamic State graffiti, social media, information operations, recruitment and incitement of lone wolf attacks on police will be described in detail. Special segment on cyberattacks that target officers. Activist techniques and tactics such as die-ins, flash mobs and anti-kettling techniques will be presented.
Attendees will be trained on symbolic analysis, threat assessment and the significance of symbolic evidence for identification, interdiction, intelligence, investigation and countering violent extremism.
This lecture will assist officers in recognizing and evaluating potential threats.
Course Will Be of Special Interest To:
Criminal Intelligence Analysts
Tactical Unit Members
Community Policing Personnel
State Police & Highway Patrol
A portion of the proceeds from this course will be donated to C.O.P.S., Concerns of Police Survivors. The organization’s mission is, “Rebuilding shattered lives of survivors and co-workers affected by line of duty deaths, through partnership with law enforcement and the community.” You can learn more about C.O.P.S at their website nationalcops.org.