ICITAP Joins Local Police Leaders and Federal Government Officials to Share Good Practices in Countering Violent Extremism

September 29, 2021

On September 29, ICITAP facilitated a webinar titled “Community-Focused Policing to Combat Terrorism and Counter Violent Extremism,” which brought together the Chief of the Seattle Police Department, the Chief of the Ann Arbor Police Department, and a Lt. of Police from the Denver PD to discuss their departments’ community engagement and violence prevention programs as well as their perspective on ICITAP’s 2020 publication titled “Using Community-Focused Policing to Combat Terrorism and Counter Violent Extremism: A Law Enforcement Toolkit.” The three-person panel was moderated by officials from the State Department’s Bureau of Counterterrorism Office of Programs (CT/P), DOJ’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) and from ICITAP. The 90-minute ICITAP Event was a continuation of the joint CVE symposium conducted in partnership with CT in December 2019. www.justice.gov/archives/criminal-icitap/blog/icitap-facilitates-international-symposium-counter-violent-extremism

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