HSTI Live

HSTI Live focuses on topics specific to law enforcement, first responder or corporate security personnel. This will be a series of live events that will be broadcast nationally and available for purchase by agencies interested in training large groups of employees.

Workplace Violence/Active Shooter For Businesses and Schools

During this four-hour program, participants will gain information that will allow them to develop a plan to safely deal with potential situations of violence. Instructor: Tom Hausner, Walworth County, WI Sheriff's Office (Retired) To register, go to http://hsti-active.eventbrite.com.

Northern Illinois University Active Shooter Incident: A First Responders Perspective For Law Enforcement and Campus Police Departments

This four-hour seminar will examine the February 14, 2008, shooting that took place on the Northern Illinois University Campus. Steven Kazmierczak shot multiple people on the campus of Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois killing five people and injuring another twenty-one, before committing suicide. Listen to the first responders as they discuss the initial response, the investigation and the aftermath of this incident. The audience will be able to engage via the internet or live on campus at College of DuPage.

Domestic Terrorism: The Lone Wolf Threat

This informative and interactive workshop will explore one of the greatest domestic terrorism threats within the United States: Lone Actor Terrorism. This workshop will also provide an open discussion with a panel of experts regarding how communities, businesses, churches, schools and law enforcement agencies can engage to prevent lone wolf attacks in the future.  To register, go to https://hstilivelonewolf.eventbrite.com.

Countering Violent Extremism

This HSTI Live event examines this phenomenon and provides ideas on minimizing the effects of this type of ideology within the United States. Recent real-life case studies enables viewers to recognize the motivations of individuals who may be on the verge of terrorist involvement. Additionally, the course will incorporate the identification of extremist imagery and how the sophisticated use of the Internet, specifically through social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, assists in solidifying support for insurgent operations at home and abroad  To register, go to https://hstilive-cve.eventbrite.com.

Soft Target Hardening

In this webinar, soft targets will be examined, as well as the vulnerabilities that they posses. Methodologies for planning and hardening against attacks on these targets will be reviewed in order to allow attendees to go back to their communities and incorporate these methodologies into their community. To register, go to https://hstilive-softtarget.eventbrite.com.

Homeland Security Training Institute at College of DuPage

425 Fawell Blvd.

Glen Ellyn IL 60137

(630) 942-3427

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