Violent Extremism: Recognition, Response, and Prevention
Monday, June 26, 2017
- 1:00 PM
When: Monday, June 26, 2017 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: N.J. Forensic Science Tech. Center (Hamilton Tech. Plex Auditorium) 1200 Negron Drive Hamilton, New Jersey, 08691
Behavioral and Health Care Professionals: Recent events, ranging from the mass shooting at the Orlando nightclub to the vehicle ramming attacks in Paris, Berlin, London, Stockholm and Ohio State University, underscore that the threat of violence is ever changing. It is important that individuals, families, organizations, and communities are aware of these threats and the evolving tactics of extremists in order to adapt strategies that will ensure our future safety, security, and survivability.
Hosted by DHS and the Disaster and Terrorism Branch. This information session is geared towards behavioral and healthcare professionals. Feel free to share. Registration link is on the flyer.
- 10:00 Introduction
- 10:15 Threat Briefing NJOHSP Analysis Bureau
- 11:00 Case Study: Gregory Lepsky NJOHSP Collection Management Bureau
- 11:15 Personal and Family Preparedness Strategies for the Evolving Threat Environment DHS Disaster and Terrorism Branch
- 12:15 Recognizing & Reporting Suspicious Activity NJOHSP Collection Management Bureau
- 12:45 Questions
Target Audience Behavioral and Health Care Professionals
Crisis / Safety
Last Updated: 06/01/17