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The National Capital Region Threat Intelligence Consortium Visits START HQ (Photo Gallery)


The National Capital Region Threat Intelligence Consortium Visits START HQ (Photo Gallery)

April 10, 2019Alexa Cottman-Robinson

On April 10, START hosted The National Capital Region Threat Intelligence Consortium (NTIC) Public Safety Center. START Executive Director Amy Pate kicked off the visit by giving an overview of START, its research portfolios and its datasets, and then introduced the group to START teams conducting research related to risk communication and resilience, global terrorism, radicalization, unconventional weapons, geographic information systems, political instability and simulations. 

Amy Pate and Brooke Liu lead a discussion
Amy Pate and Brooke Liu discuss START’s Risk Communication and Resilience research portfolio.

Michael Jensen gives a brief about PIRUS
Senior Researcher Michael Jensen gives a brief overview of the Profiles of Individual Radicalization in the United States (PIRUS) project.

NTIC Public Safety Center team pictured with Amy Pate and William Braniff
START Director William Braniff and Executive Director Amy Pate welcomed the NTIC Public Safety Center to START. 

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