The Terror-Crime Nexus & Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (C...

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Thank you for your interest in the Terror Crime Nexus CEU Online Course. For more questions about how to access this course contact training@start.umd.edu.
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Description:

This course is designed to give you an understanding of the ongoing debate (and the implications of the different viewpoints) about the terror-crime nexus, especially about the extent to which it may extend to chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (or CBRN) threats. It offers an introduction to the conflicting positions about the nature and scale of the collaboration between these different types of actors.

While there are significant gray areas that leave room for multiple interpretations, the course is meant to help you form your own educated opinion and participate constructively in the dialogue. This course will challenge you to consider emerging threats in the CBRN domain, providing indicators of concerning change and identifying nexus drivers and the actors most likely to collude.

Training Objectives:

After completing this self-paced online training, you will be able to:
• define and discuss the nature, scope, and scale of the crime-terror nexus threat;
• explain how this threat translates to CBRN risks;
• recognize the indicators of change in the nature and scope of the threat;
• understand the propensity for collaboration among terrorist and criminal entities; and
• identify the domains and regions at risk of such collaborative activities.

Intended Audience:

The course is designed for a general audience. However, the primary target audience includes analysts and policymakers in the law enforcement and intelligence communities. You do not need to be affiliated with University of Maryland in order to access this course.

Duration/Time Requirement:

This is an online course with open registration. It is intended to take you approximately 5 hours to complete all materials and quizzes. You can complete the course at your own pace, signing in and out of the course space at your convenience.

You will have guaranteed access to the course space for 60 days after you receive your log-in information.

Continuing Education Units:

.5 CEUs are available upon successful completion of the course.

Accessing the Course:

The course will be offered online via ELMS, UMD's e-learning management system. Upon completing registration, an ELMS Non-UMD account will be created for you and you will be added to the course space. Please allow between 5-7 business days to receive email confirmation regarding your access.

Learn more about minimum system requirements and supported browsers required for course participation.

START strives to provide inclusive programs, and encourages participation by individuals with disabilities. To discuss requests for accommodations, please contact us in advance (training@start.umd.edu).

Course Completion

Certificates will be processed on the first business day of every month. All quizzes must be completed by the last business day (close of business, Eastern Standard Time) of the preceding month. Be sure to complete all quizzes before your 60 day access expires in order to ensure that you receive certification. Upon your completion of the course, START will submit notification of your completion to UMD's Office of Extended Studies (OES). OES will mail your certificate directly to you. Please allow adequate processing time to receive your certificate.

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