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February 27, 2002
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FBINAA Regional Conference Series on Terrorism

The FBINAA is proud to announce an intense two-day seminar:

Regional Conference Series on Terrorism
Law Enforcement: Strengthening Homeland Security
Hyatt Regency Crown Center
Kansas City, MO - April 22-23, 2002

A concentrated overview of terrorism in the world, in the United States, and the impact upon state and local law enforcement

Please join us and pass along this information to your criminal justice colleagues. This conference is open to ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT.

Our distinguished speakers include:
Ms. Kathleen McChesney, Executive Assistant Director, FBI Headquarters Mr. Patrick A. Patterson, Section Chief, FBI Academy Law Enforcement Programs FBI Headquarters Personnel, Counterintelligence Division Mr. Phillip B. Pounds and Mr. William E. Scaring, Orion Scientific Systems, Herndon, VA., Mr. Gary L. Manning and Mr. Charles H. "Harry" Wolfe, Interagency Operations Security for Public Safety Agencies

The conference will focus on:

  • The International Terrorist Threat In 2002
  • The Terrorist Methods Of Operation
  • The Community Threat Assessment
  • The Role Of The U.S. Federal, State And Local Agencies
  • The Role Of The FBI in Domestic Security and Intelligence
  • Training Programs
  • An Overview of Operations Security, OPSEC
  • The OPSEC Process; How The System Is Used
  • How To Develop A OPSEC
For more information and to Register On-Line, please visit our web site at www.fbinaa.org or contact the

FBINAA office at 703.632.1990. REGISTER EARLY! SPACE IS LIMITED.

For more information visit our web site at www.fbinaa.org
Ashley Sutton, Director of Marketing/Planning
FBI National Academy Associates
302.644.4744 - Fax: 302.644.7764
asutton@fbinaa.org






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