STRIVE is a collaborative, 1-day virtual training event that explores how community-based efforts to prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE) fit into our nation’s law enforcement homeland security mission.
Delivered in a live, virtual learning environment, the course brings together public-safety practitioners to learn and engage in meaningful discussions about the principles and practices that form the foundation of countering violent extremism in our nation’s communities.
NCPI delivered in-person STRIVE training to nearly 800 participants in 30 states in 2019-2020 as part of an award from FEMA and the Dept. of Homeland Security. Federal funding ended shortly after, but the curriculum has only become more relevant in the last two years. We are excited to bring this training back at a time when agencies need it the most and in a format that addresses the challenges of training during COVID-19.
Utilizing guidance from the Department of Homeland Security on preparedness, along with the application of proactive community policing strategies, STRIVE participants will:
NCPI combines the benefits of live, in-person training with the interactivity and flexibility of web-based learning to provide you with the a highly efficient and engaging experience.
Our subject matter experts provide instruction and feedback in real-time, facilitate conversations between participants, and lead interactive group activities. By combining this familiar approach with individual assignments in a virtual learning environment, you’ll get the best of what NCPI’s proven web-based and in-person training has to offer.
NCPI is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to our mission to provide innovative learning opportunities and powerful resources that improve public safety, one person at a time.
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