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Risk Assessment training – Part I Government Facilitates Risk

February 9, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Part 1-Government Facilities- This program will be instructed by Lt. Col. Glenn Remsen

Col. Remsen will be discussing the general issues concerning Infrastructure protection as well as the Critical Infrastructure Protection Unit (CIPU) Model. This unit was set up with the full approval of Sheriff Leon Lott and the South Carolina Military Department and has both a military and civilian mission.
Its military mission is to handle the security and force protection matters pertaining to the State Guard. This involves working closely with the National Guard’s Anti-Terrorism Threat Working Group, developing threat and vulnerability assessments, conducting personnel security investigations and other activities which involve specialized methods of policing.
The unit’s civilian mission is to help secure elements of critical infrastructure in Richland County through the Sheriff’s Department. This involves conducting comprehensive threat and vulnerability assessments, conducting active shooter training at schools for school staff members, conducting facility penetration tests and performing surveillance operations. Because of the uniqueness of CIPUs skill sets, it has been called upon to assist outside of Richland County and has even been called upon to perform field assignments in North Carolina.

Other areas of discussion will be Challenges Facing Government Facilities and the Assessment Lifecycle for Government Facilities.

Please RSVP to Linda Weiss, lindarogersweiss1@outlook.com

Lt. Col. Glenn Remsen’s Bio-

Former three term President of South Carolina InfraGard.
Gradate certificate in Homeland Security, The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.
Masters of Arts in Religion, from Liberty University.
B.A., Political Science, The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.
Selected by the Citadel in 1993 to compete for the Rhodes Scholarship to study in Oxford, England.
Reserve deputy for the Richland County Sheriff’s Department and was the recipient of the Sheriff’s Medal of Merit for Crime Suppression as a result of his work in Critical Infrastructure Protection in Richland County.
Lieutenant Colonel, South Carolina State Guard, established a specialized unit, the Critical Infrastructure Protection Unit.
Col. Remsen serves full time as a Tactical Officer for the Palmetto Battery at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.
Commissioned in the United States Army Reserve in 1994
Named an Honorary Green Beret by the South Carolina Chapter of the Special Forces Association
Graduate of the FBI Citizens Academy
DOD Certifications in Intelligence Analysis, Anti-Terrorism, and Intelligence Oversight
Member of the Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society
Has worked alongside members of the Israeli Defense Forces in Ramla, Israel.


February 9, 2019
9:00 am - 11:00 am


SC InfraGard


Seacoast Church, 750 Long Point Road, Mount Pleasant, SC
750 Long Point Road
Mt Pleasant, SC United States
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