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RIA- Domestic Radicalization and Recruitment

The New Jersey Regional Intelligence Academy (RIA) will be sponsoring a one day training program titled: “Domestic Radicalization and Recruitment.” The course is scheduled to be held in Monmouth County on Wednesday, November 16, 2016. (25 is the class maximum). There is no cost to participate.


State and local law enforcement and homeland security personnel now face a wide array of ideologies in their local jurisdictions. To successfully detect and disrupt homegrown violence, law enforcement and homeland security personnel must be able to identify the process of radicalization and recruitment by which ordinary Americans turn down a violent path, killing innocent people. In this course, participants will study the process of radicalization and recruitment and learn a model for developing indicators to spot the tendencies of local citizens who move toward violence.  After describing this model, course attendees will review case studies of violent radicalization to identify ways to detect troubled individuals in their community. 


  • Define radicalization as a process associated with a variety of violent ideologies
  • Outline the radicalization model; Introduction, Immersion, Frustration, and Resolve
  • Analyze indicators of radicalization through the four stages of the radicalization model
  • Identify triggers that may make individuals particularly vulnerable to radicalization
  • Evaluate different approaches for gathering indicators of individual recruitment


This program is designed for law enforcement, homeland security personnel and intelligence analysts. 


For your convenience a registration link is provided and is the only method of registration for this training. Please hit the Done button at the bottom of the link page upon completion.

Pre‐registration is required no later than one week from the scheduled delivery date. Final confirmation e‐mails will be sent to the approved attendees prior to start dates. Identification is required for admission.


If you have any questions regarding these workshops please e-mail or call 609‐588‐2498.