Posts Tagged ‘domestic terrorism’
Forensic Profiler Dale Yeager Keynote Speaker on Domestic Terrorism 2016 FBI InfraGard – ASIS Conference
Forensic Profiler Dale Yeager was a Keynote Speaker on politically Leftist Domestic Terrorism at the 2016 FBI InfraGard ASIS International Conference in Orlando Florida.
Mr. Yeager spoke about radical groups who hold politically leftist views and are directly or Forensic Profiler Dale Yeager Keynote Speaker on Domestic Terrorism FBI InfraGard Conference involved in violence against police and other entities.
He spoke about ActUp, PETA, ELF, ALF and Black Lives Matter and their origins in the turbulent political climate of the 1990s.
Forum: Addressing Violent Extremism October 14, 2016 National Constitution Center with SERAPH CEO Dale Yeager
The Philadelphia Chapter of InfraGard is proud to be hosting a symposium which will focus on violent extremism covering topics which will include ISIS radicalization to lessons learned from domestic active shooter incidents. This two-hour session will also highlight public/private partnerships, federal, state and local resources, and suspicious activity reporting in an effort to enhance safety throughout our region.
InfraGard is an FBI-coordinated public/private partnership for infrastructure protection and the Delaware Valley Intelligence Center is a fusion center operated under the direction of the Philadelphia Police Department.
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Controversial Presentation To Be Given at Federal GovSec Conference DC
A training session for federal law enforcement officials has members of various politically left U.S. groups disturbed by the content.
‘THE FORGOTTEN DOMESTIC TERRORISTS: Radical Left-Wing Gangs in America’, will be presented at the national GovSec – Government Security – conference Tuesday May 13th
The presentation given by Forensic Profiler Dale Yeager of SERAPH and Peirce College Criminal Justice Professor Robert Brzenchek focuses on groups such as PETA, Direct Action, Straight Edge and Juggalos and their connection to domestic terrorism.
by Dale Yeager
Negative behavior youth movements come in various forms; Goths, Juggalos and the most recognizable, Straight Edge. They are not well known by the general public but their increasing involvement in violent crimes and domestic terrorism is a growing concern for law enforcement and Homeland Security. These groups vary in objective but all of them share a common anti-establishment mentality.
The most serious concern that many professionals have about these groups is that they routinely attract members who come from difficult lives filled with trauma, parental neglect and, in many cases, serious mental disorders. This combination makes them easily manipulated by the leadership of radical organizations who have for the past several decades used these groups as recruiting centers. In order to understand the ideals of negative behavior youth movements, we must examine the political and philosophical ideologies of the 18th and 19th centuries.