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STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

 

This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

Training Location:

ALASKA SCIENTIFIC CRIME DETECTION LABORATORY
Anchorage, AK

Start Date:

05/19/2020 8:00 am

End Date:

05/20/2020 5:00 pm
View Description

Hosted by the Alaska State Troopers

Course Summary

Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

  • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
  • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
  • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
  • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
  • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


Scope

STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

Target Audience

STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

Online Registration

Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

Start Date and Time:

05/19/2020 8:00 am

Registration Fee:

$0.00

Training Location:


ALASKA SCIENTIFIC CRIME DETECTION LABORATORY
4805 Dr. MLK Jr. Ave.
Anchorage, AK 99507

Ending Date and Time:

05/20/2020 5:00 pm

Cost Details:

Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


Additional Details:

Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • STRIVE_Flyer_Anchorage, AK
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    New Orleans Police School
    New Orleans, LA

    Start Date:

    04/07/2020 8:00 am

    End Date:

    04/08/2020 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the New Orleans Police Department

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    04/07/2020 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    New Orleans Police School
    4650 Paris Avenue
    New Orleans, LA 70122

    Ending Date and Time:

    04/08/2020 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • STRIVE_Flyer_New Orleans, LA
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Flagstaff Police Department
    Flagstaff, AZ

    Start Date:

    03/10/2020 8:00 am

    End Date:

    03/11/2020 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the Flagstaff Police Department

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    03/10/2020 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Flagstaff Police Department
    911 E. Sawmill
    Flagstaff, AZ 86001

    Ending Date and Time:

    03/11/2020 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID

    Held in LEAF Auditorium.


  • STRIVE_Flyer_-_Flagstaff,_AZ_-_March_2020 (updated)
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Garner Police Department
    Garner, NC

    Start Date:

    02/25/2020 8:00 am

    End Date:

    02/26/2020 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the Garner Police Department

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    02/25/2020 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Garner Police Department
    912 7th Street
    Garner, NC 27529

    Ending Date and Time:

    02/26/2020 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • Course Flyer_STRIVE_Garner, NC
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security
    Columbus, OH

    Start Date:

    02/25/2020 8:00 am

    End Date:

    02/26/2020 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    02/25/2020 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security
    5300 Strawberry Farms Blvd
    Columbus, OH 43230

    Ending Date and Time:

    02/26/2020 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • Course Flyer_STRIVE_Columbus, OH
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Carrollton Police Department
    Carrollton, TX

    Start Date:

    02/11/2020 8:00 am

    End Date:

    02/12/2020 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the Carrollton Police Department

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    02/11/2020 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Carrollton Police Department
    2025 E. Jackson Rd
    Carrollton, TX 75006

    Ending Date and Time:

    02/12/2020 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • Course Flyer_STRIVE_Carrollton, TX
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    D'Iberville Police Department
    D'Iberville, MS

    Start Date:

    02/11/2020 8:00 am

    End Date:

    02/12/2020 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the D'Iberville Polie Department

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    02/11/2020 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    D'Iberville Police Department
    10452 Lamey Bridge RD
    D'Iberville, MS 39540

    Ending Date and Time:

    02/12/2020 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • Course Flyer_STRIVE_D'Iberville, MS
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Richland Police Departmnet
    Richland, WA

    Start Date:

    01/29/2020 8:00 am

    End Date:

    01/30/2020 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by Richland Police Department

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    01/29/2020 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Richland Police Departmnet
    871 George Washington Way
    Richland, WA 99352

    Ending Date and Time:

    01/30/2020 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • STRIVE_Flyer_-_Richland,_WA_-_January_2020 (updated)
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Richard Rowan Training Center
    St. Paul, MN

    Start Date:

    01/28/2020 8:00 am

    End Date:

    01/29/2020 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the St. Paul Police Department Professional Development Institute

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    01/28/2020 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Richard Rowan Training Center
    600 Lafayette Road North
    St. Paul, MN 55130

    Ending Date and Time:

    01/29/2020 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • STRIVE_Flyer_-_St_Paul,_MN_-_January_2020 (updated)
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Smyrna Police Department
    Smyrna, DE

    Start Date:

    01/28/2020 8:00 am

    End Date:

    01/29/2020 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the Symrna Police Department

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    01/28/2020 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Smyrna Police Department
    325 W. Glenwood Ave
    Smyrna, DE 19977

    Ending Date and Time:

    01/29/2020 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • Course Flyer_STRIVE_Smyrna, DE
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Ada County Sheriffs Office
    Boise, ID

    Start Date:

    01/22/2020 8:00 am

    End Date:

    01/23/2020 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the Ada County Sheriff's Office

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    01/22/2020 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Ada County Sheriffs Office
    7200 Barrister Drive
    Boise, ID 83704

    Ending Date and Time:

    01/23/2020 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • STRIVE_Flyer_-_Boise,_ID_-_January_2020 (updated)
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Tiger Club; Comerica Park
    Detroit, MI

    Start Date:

    01/22/2020 8:00 am

    End Date:

    01/23/2020 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the Michigan State Police and Illitch Holdings

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    01/22/2020 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Tiger Club; Comerica Park
    2100 Woodward Ave.
    Detroit, MI 48201

    Ending Date and Time:

    01/23/2020 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • STRIVE_Flyer_Detroit, MI
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    John H. Stamler Police Academy
    Scotch Plains, NJ

    Start Date:

    12/17/2019 8:30 am

    End Date:

    12/18/2019 4:30 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.

    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    12/17/2019 8:30 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    John H. Stamler Police Academy
    1776 Raritan Rd
    Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

    Ending Date and Time:

    12/18/2019 4:30 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    The John H. Stamler Police Academy has the following dress code policy-- Prohibited attire: jeans; shorts; sweats/workout clothing; sneakers, sandals, moccasins, flip-flops; shirts without collars; any clothing displaying advertising, cartoons, slogans or humor;  and any sexually provocative or otherwise inappropriate attire.

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID

     


  • STRIVE_Flyer_-_Scotch_Plains,_NJ_-_December_2019 (updated)
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Utah State Fire Marshal's Office
    Sandy, UT

    Start Date:

    12/11/2019 8:00 am

    End Date:

    12/12/2019 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the Utah State Fire Marshal's Office

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    12/11/2019 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Utah State Fire Marshal's Office
    410 West 9800 South
    PSET Building
    Sandy, UT 84070

    Ending Date and Time:

    12/12/2019 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • STRIVE_Flyer_-_Sandy,_UT_-_December_2019 (updated)
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Memphis Police Training Academy
    Memphis, TN

    Start Date:

    12/03/2019 8:00 am

    End Date:

    12/04/2019 5:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by the Memphis Police Department

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    12/03/2019 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Memphis Police Training Academy
    4371 Academy Drive
    Memphis, TN 38127

    Ending Date and Time:

    12/04/2019 5:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • STRIVE_Flyer_-_Memphis,_TN_-_Dec_2019 (updated)
  • STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) - AWR364

    This collaborative training event is intended for public-safety practitioners and their community partners.

    Training Location:

    Peterson Air Force Base
    Colorado Springs, CO

    Start Date:

    11/19/2019 8:00 am

    End Date:

    11/20/2019 4:00 pm
    View Description

    Hosted by AFOSI Detachment 803

    Course Summary

    Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism (STRIVE) is a collaborative, 2-day training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation's broader homeland security mission.

    The tuition-free course brings together public-safety practitioners and their community partners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation's communities. 

    Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:

    • develop an accurate, current, and well-informed perspective on terrorism and violent extremism in our communities;
    • explore why terrorism and violent extremism occur, and detect the key environmental and social elements that enable and sustain it within a community;
    • explore the merits of implementing a Community of Practice model as a tool for preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism at the community level;
    • identify information-driven, community-based strategies that deny terrorism and violent extremism of its intended objectives; and
    • recognize the significance of resilience as a mechanism for dealing with fear, uncertainty, and disorder that terrorism and violent extremism can inspire.


    Scope

    STRIVE is a national training program that directly supports the U.S. strategy to prevent terrorism, counter violent extremism, and build community resiliency in support of our nation's National Preparedness Goal (NPG). This course has been certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) and is listed in the registry of approved courses as published by NTED.

    Target Audience

    STRIVE is intended to engage diverse audiences of community stakeholders involved in, or seeking to be part of, community-based CVE efforts. Inclusive in design, STRIVE is appropriate for sworn law enforcement, public-safety personnel, as well as non-sworn community members. Targeted audience members include officials representing local, state, tribal, and territorial leadership; community leaders (including faith-based groups and community organizations); campus communities; law enforcement (all levels and to include fusion center personnel); and representatives of communities targeted for recruitment by violent extremists, and additional relevant stakeholders.

    Online Registration

    Prior to participating in a STRIVE course, all participants must first obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number, a unique identifier used to maintain individual course completion records, at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID. Then, participants must register online to reserve their seat at www.vcpitraining.org. 

    Start Date and Time:

    11/19/2019 8:00 am

    Registration Fee:

    $0.00

    Training Location:


    Peterson Air Force Base
    135 Dover Street
    Building 350
    Colorado Springs, CO 80914

    Ending Date and Time:

    11/20/2019 4:00 pm

    Cost Details:

    Participants are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals.


    Additional Details:

    Participants must provide VCPI with their date of birth and driver’s license number upon registration. This information will be shared with Peterson AFB security to confirm that you have permission to enter the premises when you arrive. Please send this information to Heather Stocker at hstocker@vcpionline.org or call 804-343-1439.

    Please allow additional arrival time each morning for base check-in procedures.

    This class will be held in Building 350, Room 1001. 

    Please bring a WIFI-enabled device (laptop, tablet, cell phone). 

    Please register for your FEMA Student ID Number at https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID


  • Course Flyer_STRIVE_Colorado Springs, CO (new 2019)
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