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Middle Eastern: Crime Culture & Community

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Monday, August 06, 2012, 08:00
To Wednesday, August 08, 2012
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August 6-8, 2012

Monday - Wednesday FREE 3-day seminar

Brooklyn Park (suburb of Minneapolis -St. Paul), MN - Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Education Center.

No registration fee, PLUS lodging will be provided to students outside the 50-mile radius from the course location.
 


Middle Eastern: Crime Culture & Community

The class explores a broad spectrum of issues that seeks to distinguish the make-up and mind-set of this unique immigrant society. This is not your traditional terrorism or weapons of mass destruction class, but a blend of cultural awareness, experience sharing and criminal intelligence briefings…for cops, from a cop’s perspective. The 3-day agenda explores a host of diverse issues ranging from the role of history and religion, the Koran, social interaction, fundamental radicalism, khat & the heroin trade, to the nexus between the community and national and international crime and terrorism. Crimes common within the community are closely examined, as are their criminal characteristics and modus operandi. The influence of the drug trade and fraud schemes are also closely explored with respect to their impact on the community, as well as their link to international criminal cartels and potential funding streams for international terrorism.

The curriculum is as intriguing as it is thought provoking, providing the attendee with a vast array of knowledge that will empower them to overcome problematic cultural barriers and to more effectively interact with this émigré ethnic group.
 
The class is ideal for patrol officers, latent investigators, school resource officers, gang investigators, intelligence practitioners and correction personnel who engage with members of the Arab community or who seek a broader base of understanding.

REGISTRATION: via the Midwest Counterdrug Training Center

 
Call to register or to acquire additional info... 1-800-803-6532 or 515-252-4756

Location : Brooklyn Park (suburb of Minneapolis -St. Paul), MN - Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Education Center.
Contact : 1-800-803-6532 or 515-252-4756

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