U.S. Army Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP)
Providing awareness to the military community regarding the threats posed by insiders, and how to report your concerns.
US Army Counterintelligence on the Detroit Arsenal in Warren, Michigan offers Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP) training (IAW ARs 350-1 and 381-12) in building 200 the first and third Thursday of every month at 8:30 a.m.
This is mandatory annual training for all U.S. Army active duty and civilian personnel, and should be tracked at the unit level. We are unable to verify training as we do not maintain sign-in rosters, and encourage units to designate one attendee to track their unit personnel and verify attendance.
For additional information or to request training at an alternate location for your unit, please contact the US Army Counterintelligence office on the Detroit Arsenal at 586-282-7504.
If you have information that may be of interest to U.S. Army Counterintelligence, please click on the iSalute image above to submit an iSALUTE Suspicious Activity Report.
Army CI Reportable Incidents:
- Disregard for security practices
- Unreported contact with foreign government officials outside the scope of one's official duties
- Unusual work behavior
- Unexplained and excessive spending beyond normal income
- Frequent or unexplained trips of short duration to foreign countries
- Persistent questioning about the duties of coworkers and their access to classified information, technology, or information systems
- Any personnel who remove classified information from the workplace without authority or who possess or store classified information in unauthorized locations
- Suspected or known unauthorized access to information systems or networks
- Unsolicited correspondence, via social media, email, or otherwise from a foreign entity or unidentified person
Reference AR 381-12, Chapter3 for a complete list of CI reportable incidents