Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this training, the student will be able to:

  • Define a weapon of mass destruction.

  • List four types of chemical weapons.

  • Explain the consequences of a biological weapon attack.

  • Differentiate between a radiological attack and a nuclear attack.

  • Determine the effects of a bomb used as a weapon of mass destruction.

  • Recognize the signs of a possible weapons of mass destruction incident.

  • Process calls during a weapons of mass destruction incident.

Course Content

  • 1

    Course Documentation

    • Course Information

    • Weapons of Mass Destruction Learning Objectives

    • Weapons of Mass Destruction Worksheet

  • 2

    Introduction

    • Introduction

    • Investigation into Purchase of Biological Agent

    • Knowledge Checkpoint

  • 3

    Chemical Weapons

    • Chemical Weapons

    • How Dangerous Are Chemical Weapons

    • Knowledge Checkpoint

  • 4

    Biological Weapons

    • Biological Weapons

    • Rajneeshee Bioterror Attack

    • Knowledge Checkpoint

  • 5

    Radiological Weapons

    • Radiological Weapons

    • Potential Dirty Bomb Material Stolen

    • Knowledge Checkpoint

  • 6

    Nuclear Weapons

    • Nuclear Weapons

    • What Happens When a Nuclear Bomb Hits

    • Knowledge Checkpoint

  • 7

    Explosive Weapons

    • Explosive Weapons

    • Boston Marathon Explosions Video

    • Knowledge Checkpoint

  • 8

    WMD Warning Signs

    • WMD Warning Signs

    • If You See Something, Say Something

    • Knowledge Checkpoint

  • 9

    WMD Call Processing

    • WMD Call Processing

    • Tysons Corner Bottle Bomb 911 Calls Released

    • Knowledge Checkpoint

  • 10

    Conclusion

    • Conclusion

    • FBI Leads WMD Training

    • Knowledge Checkpoint

    • Dispatcher Guide for WMD

  • 11

    Course Discussion

    • Couse Discussion

  • 12

    Final Exam

    • Final Exam - Information

    • Final Exam

  • 13

    Course Evaluation

    • Course Evaluation