NEW YORK, February 27th, 2014 – The CP Journal, a behavioral analysis training company, is pleased to enter into a partnership with Willdan Homeland Solutions and Sensemakers, LLC to provide training for law enforcement officers in the San Francisco Bay Area.  The training is scheduled to occur between May 12th and 14th, 2014 and is at no cost to students. The course is funded through grant money under the Bay Area UASI (Urban Area Security Initiative), which covers the law enforcement agencies and departments across twelve counties.  The counties covered by the Bay Area UASI are Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Contra Costa, Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Benito, Monterey and San Francisco counties.

The CP Journal will be providing the Bay Area UASI with the Tactical Awareness and Threat Recognition (TATR) Course. The TATR course is the part of The CP Journal’s Tactical Analysis ® program that provides training in behavioral analysis, threat recognition, and violence prevention to our nation’s military, law enforcement and the private security industry.

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About The CP Journal: The CP Journal is committed to making the world a safer place by empowering our nation’s protectors with the ability to identify violent individuals before they attack.  In addition to working with the military, police departments and the security industry, The CP Journal provides training to professionals outside of the security industry prevent workplace violence, school violence and active shooter scenarios. The CP Journal offers their behavior assessment training in-person and online at