News from IBSSA – USA / North Carolina


In August 2012 Mr. Attila T. KUTAS – International Coordinator of IBSSA for Florida / USA travelled to Charlotte, North Carolina in order to visit the Homeland Security “UNLV” Frontline Responder Training Course, Terrorism Awareness: Protecting Soft Targets' training, where Mr. Karl DELAGUERRA – Master Teacher of IBSSA instructed the participants, and guest speaker was Mr. Dan STARKS – Head of the Starks Training Institute.

The training was composed of 8 modules:

  • Terrorism Awareness
  • Homeland Security Role of Frontline Responder
  • Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Explosives and Improvised
  • Explosive Devices (IED)
  • Terrorist Planing Cycle & Suspicious Person Indicators
  • Suspicious Item Indicators & Types of Threats
  • Incident Scene Management
  • Soft Target Assets & Vulnerabilities

Numerous VIP guests honoured the event:

Larry Bumgarner – Director of Security,Central Church of God
Gary Pastor – President, North Carolina Association of Private Investigators
Craig DeTremble – President, FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association
Nancy Meek – Senior Representative, Office of Congressman Patrick McHenry
Alice Torres – Immigration Representative, Office of Congresswoman Sue Myrick

Sponsor of the training: Metro Special Police – Mr. Lynn Hoosier, Founder, President & CEO

31th August 2012

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