Community Awareness Briefing (CAB)

Community Awareness Briefing (CAB)

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A Community Awareness Briefing (CAB)

About this event

The Community Awareness Briefing (CAB) is a one-hour training presentation that provides a foundation for communities across the country to learn about targeted violence and terrorism prevention efforts. The program provides communities with information and tools that are available to assist them with understanding the issues and learning more about how they can prevent targeted violence and terrorism within their communities.

Family, friends, educators, service providers, and colleagues are often the first to see concerning behavioral changes in individuals – knowing what to look for and how to reach out for help is critical to preventing targeted violence and terrorism.

Please join us and learn how to raise awareness about targeted violence and terrorism and ways communities can protect themselves and their loved ones through effective prevention strategies, including how to get help to people before harm occurs.

Agenda:

12:30 p.m. ET – Welcome and Introductions

12:35 p.m. ET – Opening Remarks

12:45- 1:15 ET – DHS Prevention Partners Remarks

1:15 p.m. ET – Preventing Targeted Violence and Terrorism in Your Community – A Community Awareness Briefing

To find out more, email us at CABbriefingrequests@hq.dhs.gov or visit www.dhs.gov/cp3.

The speakers and moderators who will appear at this event are for informational purposes only. No media or press is permitted. Participation of individuals and organizations does not imply an endorsement or sponsorship of any product or group by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security or Federal Government.