Anyone looking for information on how you can help Chaz and her friends at DHS rat out your fellow Turdites, please check the info below.
Thanks to an alert Turdite for passing this along. Ostensibly, the webinar is designed to help you help them spot and report potential terrorists. Though I have no doubt that there are potential terrorists living in the U.S., the average metal-stacking, food-storing, preparation-minded Turdite is NOT one of them.
Subject: Engaging Your Community in Preventing Terrorism Webinar Scheduled for TODAY at 2:00pm ET
Engaging Your Community in Preventing Terrorism: Webinar Reminder
TODAY Wednesday, February 15th
2:00p.m. ET (1:00 CT/Noon MT/11:00 PT)
Are you interested in learning how communities can work together to help prevent terrorism? If so, register NOW for thisFREE Webinar!
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Join us TODAY Wednesday, February 15th for presentations on strategies and resources to improve your community’s awareness and likelihood of reporting suspicious activity that may be related to terrorism. Presentations will feature the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative (NSI), the Department of Homeland Security’s “If You See Something, Say Something™” campaign, the National Sheriffs’ Association’s USAonWatch/ Neighborhood Watch program and new research and a resource guide from FEMA and the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
Presenters for this webinar include:
- Tom Crane, from the Federal Emergency Management Agency
- Sara Kuban, from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
- Steven King, from the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Initiative (NSI)
- Rosemary DeMenno and Jennifer Styles from the International Association of Chiefs of Police
- Robbi Woodson from the National Sheriffs’ Association’s USAonWatch/Neighborhood Watch
View the new publications here:
- A Resource Guide to Improve Your Community's Awareness and Reporting of Suspicious Activity: For Law Enforcement and Community Partners
- Improving the Public's Awareness and Reporting of Suspicious Activity: Key Research Findings from Literature Review, Household Survey, Focus Groups and
For more information or to view the recording of the presentation after the event, go to CitizenCorps.gov’s Community Preparedness Webinar Series web page. If you have questions regarding this webinar, please contactcitizencorps[at]dhs[dot]gov.
This Citizen Corps News Digest is provided by FEMA's Individual & Community Preparedness Division to highlight community preparedness, resilience resources and activities recently announced by federal agencies and Citizen Corps partners.