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Webinar | Psychological Impacts of Violent Protests

In 2017, we have seen an escalation in violent confrontations between white supremacists, militia members, and counter-protesters—including anti-fascist anarchist extremists—at protests and rallies across the country. In this webinar, we will discuss this escalating violence, the psychological factors driving crowd and mob behavior, and the psychological impact of these events.

*Meeting room will be open at (1:30) in order to conduct sound checks and assist with any connectivity problems.


We will be joined by one of our NJOHSP Intelligence Analysts and

Steven Crimando | Director of Training, Disaster & Terrorism Branch,
NJ Department of Human Services


Allison Toll | Intelligence Analyst, Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness


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*Please feel free to email or call 609-588-2144 for assistance.