This program is designed to raise the awareness of the terrorist threat to the whole community through special outreach sessions. There is no cost to coordinate or deliver this course. This program has been approved by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to inform first responders and the general public on how to recognize and report suspicious activity to mitigate acts of terrorism on people and property throughout New Jersey. The program illustrates how we, as a community, can participate in helping to protect our families and fellow citizens.
Through a 1-2 hour presentation, the speaker(s) will elaborate on various issues such as the Goals and Agenda of Both Domestic and International Terrorist Groups, outline the Eight Signs of Terrorism, and provide information on how individuals can contact authorities to report suspicious behavior. Based on the need, the speaker(s) are available to deliver the program during the day, evenings or weekends.
Who Should Attend:
This training course is a great program for local communities and organizations. OHSP has traveled throughout the State delivering the materials to various CERT Teams, Department of Public Works Employees, Fire Companies, Emergency Medical Services Technicians, Private Business Organizations, Community Volunteer Organizations, Civic Organizations, Church Groups as well as Senior Groups.
If you would like to request additional information or want to inquire about scheduling this presentation in your community or for a group, please contact: Chief Harry J. Kleinkauf (Ret.) NJ Office Homeland Security & Preparedness P. O. Box 091 Trenton, New Jersey 08625 Office Phone: 609-588-2201 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org