Between 2005 and 2010, START investigators educated homeland security and related personnel in 165 training programs, with a total attendance of 5,597 people.
Past trainings and training-related presentations by START investigators include (among others):
- Gary Ackerman, Chemical and Radiological Terrorism, North Carolina Emergency Services, August 2005.
- Kathleen Smarick and Victor Asal, Crisis Leadership, U.S. Office of Personnel Management, March 2006.
- Clark McCauley, Activism and Radicalism, U.S. Department of State, March 2007.
- Dennis Mileti, Public Education for Household Preparedness, International Association of Emergency Managers, November 2007.
- Kathleen Tierney, Human Behavior in Crises, Denver International Airport, February 2008.
- Brent Smith, Use of the American Terrorism Study Database, Federal Bureau of Prisons, June 2008.
- Gary Ackerman, The CBRN Terrorism Threat, Foreign Service Institute, March 2009.
- Mohammed Hafez, Understanding Islamic Radicalism, National Security Agency, August 2009.
- Steven Chermak, Intelligence Toolbox Program, New York City Policy Department, March 2010.
- Betty Pfefferbaum, Community Resilience and Communities Advancing Resilience Toolkit (CART), Phoenix (AZ) Community Emergency Response Team, October 2010.
Information on new training opportunities developed and/or taught by START investigators will also be posted on this page as it becomes available.