Terrorism Institute Provides Training to Kansas Largest Law Enforcement Agency

05/09/2012
MIPT (Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism) and the Kansas State Highway Patrol have partnered to provide InCOP training to the agencies 800 personnel and surrounding departments. MIPT's InCOP 1 Train-the-Trainer course was rolled out May 8th and 9th, 2012 to officers with the goal of improving information collection and reporting skills throughout the state. "MIPT's mission to train law enforcement is founded in the Oklahoma City bombing. Timothy McVeigh stole components for the bomb and assembled it in Kansas," stated MIPT's Training Director Charles Allen. "Terrorism links our obviously found on a local level and as police officers we need to constantly ...

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