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Targeted Mass Casualty Incidents: Working Together to Protect Our Community

  • Fri, December 08, 2023
  • 10:00 - 12:00
  • Webinar

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December 8 , 2023 10:00 CST

Popularization of anti-LGBTQIA+ violence continues to increase amongst hate groups. This complex threat situation results from a rapidly evolving, fluid landscape intermingling bias, hate culture, and current events into calls for action against perceived perpetrators. Given recent events and the persistent growth of online propaganda, traditionally targeted groups, such as the LGBTQIA+ community, will continue to be targeted by DVEs and actors inspired by FTOs. Local law enforcement should be aware of the continuous stressors often associated with these movements, including perceived grievances over popular LGBTQIA+ events, religious and theologically motivated extremism efforts, and racially or ethnically motivated supremacy beliefs. Utilizing a holistic approach built on knowledge, preparation and cooperation represents the best strategy to identify, prevent and address acts of targeted violence.

Mindy Earle

Detective Earle has served as a law enforcement analyst, patrol officer and task force officer. She began her career working as an analyst before becoming a sworn member with the Kansas City, MO Police Department (KCPD). She also holds a Master's Degree with a graduate certification in crime analysis. Her background, education and training provides a unique perspective within the realm of intelligence and threat analysis. Detective Earle also co-founded the Texas Law Enforcement Analyst Network (TXLEAN). She is currently assigned to the Homeland Security Unit and serves as a TFO assigned to the FBI JTTF.


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