Prevention & Response to Suicide Bombing Incid. (PRSBI)(07-19-0012) (PER-231) - Prevention & Response to Suicide Prevention (07-29-016)(PER-231)

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Brief Description
Prevention & Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents(PRSBI)(PER-231) and Supporting Cases
Full Description
Course Description
The PRSBI course focuses on understanding the history and threat of suicide bombing to the United States as well as suicide bomber methodologies. The course guides first responders through the Nine Phases of a Bombing Incident as they relate to suicide bombers (beginning with bomber recruitment) with interdiction opportunities presented at every phase. First responders are provided with information on Suicide Bomber Improvised Explosive Devices (SBIEDs), SBIED component recognition, and delivery methods. Additionally, first responders are presented with the tools to recognize a suicide bombing threat and countermeasure planning tools to prevent and/or mitigate the effects of such an attack. This information enables first responders to return to their organizations and maximize efforts and planning for suicide bombing threats.

Course Objectives
• Recognize the history and threat of suicide bombing to the United States
• Identify SBIED components, and SBIED delivery methods
• Recognize the 9 phases of a bombing attacks as they related to suicide bombers and the
interdiction opportunities related to each phase
• Identify suicide bomber attack methodologies and strategies
• Recognize the role intelligence and community outreach programs play in threat mitigation
• Identify suicide bomber countermeasures to prevent or mitigate a suicide bombing attack.

Supporting Case Studies
This training will also feature two related IED case studies from New Mexico Tech’s First Responder Training Program for participants. These case studies will include the Brussels bombings that occurred in 2016, as well as the bombings that occurred through New York City and New Jersey, also in 2016.

Audience
This course is open to a broad array of public safety stakeholders, including law enforcement, the fire service, emergency management, public health, and emergency medical services (EMS). The New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES) reserves the right to determine eligibility for this course.

Course Provider
This course is provided by New Mexico Tech First Responder Training.
Training Dates
10/26/2021 - 10/26/2021
Prerequisites
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Registration Dates
07/28/2021 - 10/21/2021
Available Seats
22
Hours
7h 30m
Fee
None Specified
Training Location
State Preparedness Training Center (SPTC)
5900 Airport Road
Oriskany, NY  13424
Directions to Location
State Preparedness Training Center
5900 Airport Road
Oriskany, NY  13424
Reporting Instructions
Times
Check-In:  8:00 am - 8:30 am
Course:  8:30 am-4:30 pm

Registration Process

Registration for this course will be handled via DHSES’s new Learning Management System (LMS).
Please use the link below to access LMS and register for this course:
https://lmsportal-dhses.ny.gov/AcadisViewer/Login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fAcadisViewer%2fRegistration%2fRegistrationHome.aspx
If you need an LMS account or have any questions about LMS, please email LMS@dhses.ny.gov.
All student registrations will be reviewed by the SPTC with approvals sent to students no later than two weeks prior to the start of the class. Registration does not guarantee a seat in the class. If you are accepted into the course, you will receive a confirmation email from the SPTC.

No Show Policy
Failure to attend a class you have registered for can result in restriction on future course attendance and agency notification.

Lodging
Lodging will be provided on the night prior to the class for participating State and Local responders. You are eligible for lodging if your residence and official work station are more than 50 miles from the SPTC and you are a State or Local responder. Lodging is not available for federal employees or private industry participants. You must be enrolled in the course and have received lodging confirmation from the SPTC before arriving at the Center, or your lodging will not be covered and you will not be allowed in the class.

Questions
If you have any questions, please contact the SPTC at 315-768-5689 or SPTC.INFO@dhses.ny.gov.
Signup Details
State Preparedness Training Center
5900 Airport Road
Oriskany, NY  13424

Times
Check-In:  8:00 am - 8:30 am
Course:  8:30 am-4:30 pm

Cost
There is NO FEE for this course. Lunch will be provided. Travel and all other meals are the
responsibility of the course participant.

Course Provider
This course is provided by New Mexico Tech First Responder Training.

Audience
This course is open to a broad array of public safety stakeholders, including law enforcement, the fire service, emergency management, public health, and emergency medical services (EMS). The New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES) reserves the right to determine eligibility for this course.

Registration Process

Registration for this course will be handled via DHSES’s new Learning Management System (LMS).
Please use the link below to access LMS and register for this course:
https://lmsportal-dhses.ny.gov/AcadisViewer/Login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fAcadisViewer%2fRegistration%2fRegistrationHome.aspx
If you need an LMS account or have any questions about LMS, please email LMS@dhses.ny.gov.
All student registrations will be reviewed by the SPTC with approvals sent to students no later than two weeks prior to the start of the class. Registration does not guarantee a seat in the class. If you are accepted into the course, you will receive a confirmation email from the SPTC.

No Show Policy
Failure to attend a class you have registered for can result in restriction on future course attendance and agency notification.

Lodging
Lodging will be provided on the night prior to the class for participating State and Local responders. You are eligible for lodging if your residence and official work station are more than 50 miles from the SPTC and you are a State or Local responder. Lodging is not available for federal employees or private industry participants. You must be enrolled in the course and have received lodging confirmation from the SPTC before arriving at the Center, or your lodging will not be covered and you will not be allowed in the class.

Questions
If you have any questions, please contact the SPTC at 315-768-5689 or SPTC.INFO@dhses.ny.gov.

Signup Details

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