Homeland Security Certification (CHPA Level II)
Those who hold level I through IV Certified Homeland Protection Associate (CHPA) designations have demonstrated to future employers that through course work and testing, they are prepared to begin a career and advance their career in the area of Homeland Security.
- U.S. Citizen or a Citizen of a Country in which the U.S. does not have Sanctions
- At least 21 years of age
- No felony convictions
- No dishonorable discharge from the U.S. military (for U.S. Veterans only)
- Neither a record of disciplinary action from any state, province or territory, or licensing or certification board within the past ten years nor subject under any such investigation
- Current employment or volunteer in Public Safety and/or Security area.
- At least two years of professional or volunteer experience is required for this level in any Public Safety or Security area (Law enforcement, criminal justice, emergency management, safety, fire/rescue, etc.) or related area (Public health, volunteer management, chaplains, etc.)
- High school diploma
Training and Examination for CHPA Level II (100 questions) – You must receive an 80% or better.
- Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA)
- Risk Analysis
- Critical Infrastructure Protection
- Vulnerability Assessment
- Improvised Explosive Devices (IED’s)
- Bomb Threats
- Information Sharing and Intelligence
CHPA Level II Application Fee: Global Society Member $225 Non-Member $325
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Applicants must submit a completed application along with supporting documentation including a Driver’s License, resume, degree(s) or transcript(s) (if applicable), military record(s) (if applicable), and a copy of appropriate certifications or designations, and/or a copy of certificates from any completed homeland security related course (including those from DHS, FEMA, NSA and/or NDPCI). In addition, all U.S. Veterans must provide a copy of their DD-214 attesting no dishonorable discharge. Applicants can submit the documentation by mail or online.