On-Site Training

The SLATT Program’s primary objective is the delivery of specialized terrorism/criminal extremism orientation, interdiction, investigation, and prevention training to state, local, and tribal law enforcement executives, command personnel, intelligence officers, investigators, analytical personnel, training directors, and prosecutors. Each course is specifically designed to meet the needs of the target audience—from the street-level officer to the executive who needs the information for policymaking purposes.

Training Topics

The BJA SLATT Program’s subject-matter experts have expertise in a wide variety of terrorism-related topic areas.  All SLATT presentations are developed and delivered by subject-matter experts with direct experience in the topical area.  Available topics include terrorism ideologies, intelligence/information sharing, understanding and interviewing violent criminal extremists, investigative resources, and terrorism financing.

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