InfraGard Los Angeles Training & Events

2019

Apr

23

ACTIVE SHOOTER (PAR) TRAINING WITH A FOCUS ON SCHOOLS

TIME: 8:00 AM - 1:30 PM

LOCATION:San Bernardino, CA (exact location will be sent to cleared registrants)

AUDIENCE: Private sector security, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Terrorism Liaison Officers (TLO’s), Medical Liaison Officers (MLO’s), area stakeholders, Critical Infrastructure Sectors, and all InfraGard Los Angeles Members.

DETAILS:Mass shootings seem to be more and more prevalent nowadays. As the world focuses all its attention on the “why,” we must focus our attention on how we can better prepare our critical infrastructure sectors and communities alike. Learn about the signs and pre-incident indicators (PII’s) of an active shooter before it’s too late. And learn life-saving techniques during and after an active shooting such as how to use a tourniquet and other items in a “stop the bleed” kit.

  • PART 1 - PREPARATION: INTELLIGENCE SME
  • PART 2 - ACTION: SWAT SME
  • PART 3 – RECOVERY: TACTICAL MEDIC SME

Registration closes April 22nd.

COST: $10

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Apr

30

Advanced Situational Awareness Training (ASAT) & Pre-Incident Indicators Course

TIME: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

LOCATION:Pismo Beach, CA - Address provided after registration

AUDIENCE: Private sector security, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Terrorism Liaison Officers (TLO’s), Medical Liaison Officers (MLO’s), area stakeholders, and all InfraGard Los Angeles Members.

DETAILS: Derived from the US Military’s ASAT training this 4-hour course on advanced situational awareness will teach attendees about the human sensory system (five senses and the brain), the six domains of human behavior (heuristics, biometrics, kinesics, proxemics, geographics and atmospherics), principles of GSA (human pace, sign recognition), enhanced observation (why we see things, why we don’t see things, signatures and cues), how to establish a baseline (an initial set of critical observations to confirm the norm of an area), critical thinking (problem-solving, anomaly-detection), decision-making (legal/moral/ethical, observe-orient-decide-act loop, ASA algorithm), how to think like the enemy and how to employ this knowledge and experience to be “left-of-bang.”

COST: $10

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May

9

Advanced Situational Awareness Training (ASAT) & Pre-Incident Indicators Course

TIME: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

LOCATION:Chino, CA - Address provided after registration

AUDIENCE: Private sector security, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Terrorism Liaison Officers (TLO’s), Medical Liaison Officers (MLO’s), area stakeholders, Critical Infrastructure Sectors and all InfraGard Los Angeles Members.

DETAILS: Derived from the US Military’s ASAT training this 4-hour course on advanced situational awareness will teach attendees about the human sensory system (five senses and the brain), the six domains of human behavior (heuristics, biometrics, kinesics, proxemics, geographics and atmospherics), principles of GSA (human pace, sign recognition), enhanced observation (why we see things, why we don’t see things, signatures and cues), how to establish a baseline (an initial set of critical observations to confirm the norm of an area), critical thinking (problem-solving, anomaly-detection), decision-making (legal/moral/ethical, observe-orient-decide-act loop, ASA algorithm), how to think like the enemy and how to employ this knowledge and experience to be “left-of-bang.”

COST: $10

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May

9

Countering Active Terrorist Cells in the Homeland (C.A.T.C.H.)

TIME: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

LOCATION:Riverside, CA - Address provided after registration

AUDIENCE: First Responders (Law/Health/Fire) and educators who will be functioning as a TLO within the JRIC’s operational area. Current FBI InfraGard Members and ILO’s.

DETAILS: Countering Active Terrorist Cells in the Homeland (C.A.T.C.H.) is a unique training course that seeks to provide an all-encompassing approach to the current threat of Terrorism and Homegrown Violent Extremism (HVE) inside the U.S. This one-day training course will outline the foundational factors that contribute to HVE and the radicalization and recruitment of Americans. An understanding of the three main pillars of the Islamic State and Al-Qaida – Radical Ideology, Extremist Doctrine and Strategic Messaging will be provided. New threat vectors – like the increased targeting of Police and Military personnel will be discussed, as well as, recent terrorist Tactics, Techniques and Procedures. Pre-Incident Indicators that are always present in the time-line leading up to a terrorist attack will be illuminated. Finally, Challenges for the Future will be addressed, as a prelude to a presentation on viable Counter-Terrorism Strategies, What Works and Lessons Learned.

COST: Paid for by Riverside Urban Area Security Initiative

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May

14

Countering Active Terrorist Cells in the Homeland (C.A.T.C.H.)

TIME: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

LOCATION:Avila Beach, CA - Address provided after registration

AUDIENCE: InfraGard members, facilities management & front line team members, private sector security, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Terrorism Liaison Officers (TLO’s), Infrastructure Liaison Officers (ILO), Medical Liaison Officers (MLO’s), stakeholders, and Studio/ PR / VIP representatives.

DETAILS: Countering Active Terrorist Cells in the Homeland (CATCH) is a unique training course that seeks to provide an all-encompassing approach to the current threat of Terrorism and Homegrown Violent Extremism (HVE) inside the U.S.

This training will outline the foundational factors that contribute to HVE and the radicalization and recruitment of Americans, including an objective overview of Islam and Cultural Issues. An understanding of the three main pillars of the Islamic State and Al-Qaida - Radical Ideology, Extremist Doctrine and Strategic Messaging will be provided. How extremist groups use Social Media and Cyber Hacking to achieve their goals will also be covered.

New threat vectors - like the increased targeting of Police and Military personnel will be discussed, as well as, recent terrorist Tactics, Techniques and Procedures.

Finally, Challenges for the Future will be addressed, as a prelude to a presentation on viable Counter-Terrorism Strategies, What Works and Lessons Learned.

COST: $10

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Resources

Report Suspicious Activity
JRIC - Contact the JRIC (Los Angeles Joint Regional Intelligence Center) Critical Infrastructure Protection Working Group. To request a security vulnerability assessment, email JRICCIPCell@jric.org
ICS-CERT - The Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team works to reduce risks within and across all critical infrastructure sectors. https://ics-cert.us-cert.gov/
US-CERT - The US-CERT strives for a safer, stronger Internet for all Americans by responding to major incidents, analyzing threats, and exchanging critical cybersecurity information with trusted partners around the world. https://www.us-cert.gov/
IC3 - The Iinternet Crime Complaint Center accepts online internet crime complaints from either the actual victim or from a third party to the complaint. https://www.ic3.gov/
NCSC - The National Counterintelligence and Security Center provides resources to help keep your organization’s information secure. https://www.ncsc.gov/
CIPWG - The mission of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Working Group is to analyze intelligence related to threats against Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources (CIKR) in the JRIC Are of Responsibility (AoR), conduct security vulnerability assessments at those CIKR sites and conduct outreach to enhance information sharing among public and private partners. http://www.ercot.com/committee/cipwg

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