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December 1, 2011

Training Program Offers Specialized Career Path for Law Enforcement

A specialized career path for law enforcement professionals is now offered through the Law Enforcement Terrorism Certification Program (LETCP). READ MORE


September 28, 2011

9/11: WMD Preparedness Now

Since 9/11 many American law enforcement agencies have bought equipment for responding to chemical and biological attacks. READ MORE


September 1, 2011

NCBRT Reflects on 9/11: Sheiff Magazine

NCBRT Reflects on 9/11, Remains Committed to Training America’s Responders READ MORE


September 1, 2011

No Longer a Federal Responsibility: Local Law Enforcement’s Role in Preventing Terrorist Acts

No Longer a Federal Responsibility: Local Law Enforcement’s Role in Preventing Terrorist Acts READ MORE


September 1, 2011

Remembering 9/11

Edward Wallace, NCBRT Instructor, tells his story of 9/11 READ MORE


August 23, 2011

NCBRT Reflects on 9/11, Remains Committed to Training America's Responders

NCBRT Reflects on 9/11, Remains Committed to Training America's Responders READ MORE


July 1, 2011

Training Program Offers Specialized Career Path for Law Enforcement

CLEET and NCBRT recently developed the Law Enforcement Terrorism Certification Program (LETCP) to address the need to have a career path that state and local jurisdictions could utilize to identify appropriate training for their law enforcement professionals with respect to high-consequence events, either natural or man-made. READ MORE


May 31, 2011

Experts Explore Ethical Approach to Leadership MACU News

Experts Explore Ethical Approach to Leadership MACU News READ MORE


April 11, 2011

Coping With the Cuts

Many in-service training budgets have been axed during the recession, forcing agencies to pursue new avenues for officer education. READ MORE


April 1, 2011

Washington Grinds — Law Enforcement Waits

As a nasty battle over the federal budget rages on, law enforcement analysts and others say the specter of possible cuts in domestic spending could affect a range of training initiatives for local police officers and emergency responders. READ MORE


January 1, 2011

California First Responders Prepare

California First Responders Prepare READ MORE