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Thursday September 2nd, 2010 :: 06:20 p.m. PDT


Creating Vigilant,Prepared,Resilient Communities for Homeland Security October 5,6,2010. Free Course

Creating Vigilant, Prepared, Resilient Communities for
Homeland Security
October 5 – 6, 2010 (Tuesday & Wednesday)
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Norwalk Arts and Sports Complex
13000 Clarkdale Avenue, Norwalk, California 90650

Only with strong partnerships, enhanced networking capabilities, and organized community infrastructures can United States' communities become vigilant,
prepared, and resilient in the war on terrorism and other events of national significance. Whether security threats involve acts of terrorism or natural or
man-made disasters, a community's ability to become vigilant, prepared, and resilient depends upon the efforts/partnerships of law enforcement,
governmental and non-governmental organizations, community members, and tribal members who are adequately trained and equipped. With the continued
threat of terrorist attacks and other events of national significance, now more than ever, it is incumbent on every U.S. citizen to not become a burden in times of crisis.
This two-day course is designed to provide individuals, organizations, communities, businesses, schools and public safety agencies with awareness level
information that leads to creating vigilant, prepared, and resilient communities for homeland security and events of national significance. This interactive course includes classroom instruction, problem-based learning strategies, and practical hands-on activities in topics that include:
 The components of homeland security preparedness and response,
including terrorism and fear considerations
 The elements of group dynamics, including team building, leadership
principles, and conflict resolution
 Community responsibility and action planning

Please register at For questions, contact the Regional Community Policing Institute at 1-800-659-8985. There is no fee to
attend this course.

4700 W Ramona Blvd
Monterey Park, CA 91754

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 323-526-5015

Wilson Lee

13000 Clarkdale Ave
Norwalk, CA 90650

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