Impact of Islamophobia and ISIS on Law Enforcement

A Cultural Competency Webinar

“This webinar provides an ING presentation and an open discussion on the topics of Islamophobia and ISIS. This recorded seminar was delivered live on September 8, 2016 to about 100 police chiefs and other law enforcement executives through the Northern California Regional Intelligence Center Building Communities of Trust (BCOT) series. The BCOT initiative focuses on developing relationships of trust between our region’s public safety organizations and the communities law enforcement serves, particularly immigrant and minority communities, so that the challenges of crime control and prevention of terrorism can be addressed. We really appreciate the work of the Islamic Networks Group (ING) for developing the presentation and webinar. The feedback we’ve received on this has been phenomenal. We highly recommend it to other agencies.”

– Mike Sena, Director, Northern California High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area; Northern California Regional Intelligence Center

 

Webinar Topics:

  • Part I: ISIS and Islamophobia—what they are and how they impact law enforcement and American Muslim communities
  • Part II: Community Partnership Model for Healthy Communities
  • Part III: Post-Incident Management – working with American Muslims on hate crimes and terrorist attacks
  • Part IV: Effective Tools and Tips – for law enforcement engagement with American Muslim communities

Speakers include:

  • Maha Elgenaidi, Chief Executive Officer, Islamic Networks Group (ING)
  • Salam Al-Marayati, President, Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC)
  • Ameena Jandali, Content Director, Islamic Networks Group (ING)
  • Zahra Billoo, Executive Director, San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations