Behavioral Observation and Suspicious Activity Recognition (BOSAR) Training Announcement

NERAC is pleased to be offering three Behavioral Observation and Suspicious Activity Recognition (BOSAR) training courses this spring.

This two-day program was designed by the New York City Police Department and will be taught by the Massachusetts State Police on May 28-29, June 3-4, and June 10-11, 2015 at Logan Airport.  Attendees will learn to observe and identify anomalies in their surrounding environment that may be indicative of terrorist activities, and to conduct field interviews using modern techniques including body language, gestures, and facial expressions to assist in identifying whether individuals are lying or being truthful.  Though the training was designed by law enforcement, the intended audience is anyone in the public safety community who regularly interacts with the public, including hospital security staff.

This will is an excellent training opportunity for anyone who has events coming up this summer, such as parades, 4th of July celebrations, road races, or other public gatherings.


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