The Society for Homeland & National Security Professionals
The Global Society of Homeland & National Security Professionals is your one-stop area for homeland security certifications, professional development, global security information, contacts, news, and blogs with anti-terrorism experts. GSHNSP provides the latest in anti-terrorism training and certifications through the Global Center for Public Safety.
GSHNSP brings together Homeland Security and National Security Professionals from friendly nations so that they may share information. We have a common goal of insuring that our homelands are safe, secure, and resilient against terrorism and other hazards, whether man made or natural, and to protect our interests and ways of life.
The New Law Enforcement Threat Webinar April 26 @ 1:00-2:00pm (EST) – Register Now
School Based Threat, Risk, & Vulnerability Assessment Training April 26-28, 2018
Homeland and National Security Professional Certifications
Operations Based Threat, Risk & Vulnerability Class in RI
June 5-7, 2018
For information regarding upcoming classes or to schedule group training, call
Steve Hodges at 603-568-3456 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Krav Haganah [combat defense] for law enforcement
In this course the officer will learn effective defensive tactic methods developed from the Krav Haganah modern martial art style. The Krav Haganah techniques conform with the Use of Force Continuum structure. The students will be able to better deal with various hand to hand confrontations.
The techniques taught in this course will enable the officers to conduct effective suspect control duties as well as defend themselves against various levels of threats.
Officer Survival for Worst-Case Scenario
For the past several years we have witnessed a growing number of law enforcement officers being killed and assassinated. Some law enforcement training may not be sufficient to prepare officers for these deadly encounters.
This course was designed to prepare law enforcement officers to survive deadly encounters while on duty, including traffic stops, domestic incidents, and even confrontations while off duty.
Operations Based Threat, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessment Training
The “Operations Based Threat, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessment” (OpBTRVA) is a comprehensive assessment that defines a community, evaluates a community’s strengths and weaknesses, identifies critical infrastructure and key resources, identifies the threats to the community from an all hazard perspective, identifies and prioritizes Critical Infrastructure / Key Resources (CI/KR) and provides a comprehensive vulnerability assessment.
School Based Threat, Risk and Vulnerability Assessment Training
The “School Based Threat, Risk and Vulnerability Assessment” (SBTRVA) Training was developed to assist campus security, school administration, staff and employees, responders from all emergency response disciplines including; Law Enforcement; Fire Service, Emergency Medical, Emergency Management, and the private sector, to understand and complete threat, risk, and vulnerability assessments of schools and use the information gathered in the assessments to ensure that their schools are safe and secure.
In The News
Austin serial bombing suspect killed in dramatic confrontation; ID’d as 24-year-old man
The serial bomber who terrorized Austin, Texas for three harrowing weeks was identified Wednesday morning — just hours after he blew himself to bits with his own device as cops closed in.
Afghanistan: Dozens killed in ISIL attack near Kabul University
At least 29 people killed, 52 others wounded when suicide bomber detonated himself in a crowded area in Afghan capital.
Shooter dead, two injured after shooting at Great Mills High School in Maryland
A gunman who shot and wounded two students at Great Mills High School in Maryland was killed Tuesday after engaging an armed school resource officer, an official said.
Austin bombings show ‘similarities,’ work of ‘serial bomber,’ police say
A “serial bomber” is likely responsible for four explosions in Austin this month, the latest of which injured two people Sunday night after they crossed a trip wire possibly made with fishing line, officials disclosed Monday.