Annual Training Requirement for Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP)
Army Regulation 381-12, Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP), directs that:
- All DA personnel will receive TARP training annually. DA personnel include active duty, reserve and national guard members, DA civilians and DA contractors.
- Army Counterintelligence – Fort Leavenworth will provide TARP Training and Army Chief of Staff directed Insider Threat indicators (ALARACT 322/2009) training to units, activities and individuals within the Area of Responsibility when scheduled adequately in advance. The unit is responsible for securing a location and computer and speakers with video projector for the interactive DVD/ PowerPoint presentation
- Training will be conducted by qualified CI personnel, and Commands not having organic CI assets will arrange for training to be conducted by supporting CI offices
- Live environment training provided by a Counterintelligence Special Agent is the PREFERRED method to allow the training to be interactive and responsive to specific questions and unique situations. However, for DA personnel where live training is not possible or reasonably feasible the TARP training may be conducted online via the Army Learning Management System website.
To schedule TARP training please contact the Army Counterintelligence – Fort Leavenworth Office.