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Suspicious Activity and Items

Learn how to recognize unusual behaviors and suspicious items typically associated with Improvised Explosive Device (IED) threats. 

Introduction to the Terrorist Attack Cycle Course (AWR-334) Introduces steps involved in planning and executing terrorist attacks. Participants are provided with the understanding of how to prevent, protect against, respond to, and mitigate attacks that use IEDs.
Response to Suspicious Behaviors and Items for Bombing Prevention Course (AWR-335) Provides participants with a foundational introduction to recognizing and responding to suspicious behaviors and activities related to terrorist or criminal activities.
Surveillance Detection Principles Course (AWR-940) Provides participants with a topical knowledge and introductory skills to recognize hostile surveillance at facilities and events, and foundational knowledge for planning and responding appropriately.
Bombing Prevention Awareness Course (AWR-348) The Bombing Prevention Awareness Course (AWR-348) provides participants knowledge of general bombing prevention measures that aid in mitigating the impact of a bombing incident
Surveillance Detection for Bombing Prevention Course (PER-346) Provides public safety and security professionals fundamental knowledge and skills to recognize and respond appropriately to hostile surveillance at facilities and planned and unplanned events.
Bomb-Making Materials Awareness: Your Role Course (AWR-911) Uses an immersive, graphic novel style storytelling approach to educate and empower community members on how to identify and report suspicious activity and purchasing behaviors related to bomb-making materials.
Bomb-Making Materials Awareness Employee Training Course (AWR-921) Teaches participants how to recognize suspicious purchasing behaviors in a retail setting that might indicate bomb-making activity and what to do when a suspicious incident occurs.