The Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Fire and Emergency Medical Services Training was developed to assist fire and emergency medical service personnel in recognizing what kinds of suspicious behaviors are associated with pre-incident terrorism activities, understanding how and where to report suspicious activity, and protecting privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties when documenting information. This training also provides information about integrating the Nationwide SAR Initiative (NSI) into your organization's operations.
Please enter the following information about yourself. This information will assist in the measurement of training views and with ensuring that the training reaches a broader audience. Immediately after the form is submitted, the training will be made available to you.
Once you have successfully completed the training and subsequent quiz, a certificate of completion will be made available to print.
Note: Your e-mail address may be used to send you a brief Hometown Security Partners SAR Training follow-up questionnaire. Your input is critical in determining the effectiveness and value of this training in providing SAR awareness training for partners.