Terrorism and Homeland Security - CRJ 102
Subject Area(s): Criminal Justice
This course covers the fundamentals of preparing an organization and community for terrorism in the 21st century. Areas of study include the concept of threat assessment, prevention, mitigation, and response. Students learn about crisis and consequence management, and the methods used to plan for and respond to domestic terrorist incidents involving nuclear, biological, or chemical weapons of mass destruction as it relates to Homeland Security.
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