North Carolina Justice Academy

North Carolina Department of Justice

Sovereign Citizens

 
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Date:

Place:

October 10, 2016 Edneyville
November 14, 2016 Salemburg
December 5, 2016 Edneyville
January 12, 2017 Salemburg
March 15, 2017 Edneyville
April 11, 2107 Edneyville
May 22, 2017 Edneyville
Please check our "Available Training" page for the most current status of the course. 

Who Should Attend:

All law enforcement officers, investigators and related personnel who may prevent or respond to a domestic terrorist act.

Course Goal:

To provide the student an understanding of sovereign theories and the underlying histories. Students will also be aware of common language, symbols, and groups associated with sovereign citizens.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course, the student will be able to:
. Define the term “sovereign citizen”
. List two areas of common ground present between sovereign citizens and the class
. List the history of the sovereign citizen movement and the two general categories of sovereign citizen groups
. Define and list the four philosophies common to the sovereign groups who believe the United States to be a corporation and their interpretation of the 14th Amendment
. List symbols, writings and general characteristics used by sovereign citizens both in their verbal tactics and their writings
. Define the gold standard and mission of the US Federal Reserve
. List the six most active sovereign citizen groups in North Carolina and incidents of violence involving sovereign citizens which have occurred since 2010
. Define paper terrorism and give examples of each
. List the steps of the redemption process 
. Describe the sovereign and mainstream view of House Joint Resolution 192.

Methodologies:

This course will employ lecture, discussion and analysis.  The course will have extensive use of video clips, videos and PowerPoint slides.

Registration:

Register for ALL NCJA classes (traditional classroom and online) on our  North Carolina Justice Academy Training Portal. After signing in to the portal, you can view ALL available classes. If you don’t have a portal account, instructions for creating one are located here.


 

 

Course Coordinator:

Doug Robinson
 

Length of Course:

One day - 8 hours
 
CICP Accredited