(PRWEB) September 21, 2004
With the background of higher threat level warnings and increased worry over possible strikes against the US, SSI (Security Solutions International), the leaders in Homeland Security training, are presenting their very successful one-day training program on the subject of Suicide Terror. After having been highly praised by agencies such as the FBI and Secret Service, this training program has become a must for anyone concerned with the possibility of a terror strike. The one-day event takes place in Tallahassee on November 19th. The program is also being held in San Diego at the Emergency Response show on November 17th.
SSI has trained agencies like the Department of Justice, the Coast Guard, Naval Intelligence, State and local law enforcement in land, sea and air security, using expert know-how providers from all over the world. SSI recently trained law enforcement aviation units in the Use of the Helicopter in Support of Homeland Security at the ALEA (Airborne Law Enforcement Association) annual conference. The company is also active in helping hospitals prepare for multi-casualty incidents and will also be presenting a unique program in Hospital Response to MCIÂs at the San Diego Emergency Response Show.
ÂWe are very impressed by the level of awareness of this threat to our country." Said Henry Morgenstern, President of SSI, when interviewed recently on NBC Channel 6. ÂFBI Chief Robert Mueller stated very recently that we must stay on guard against this threat and that is what we are aiming at Â making First Responders safer and more effective.Â
The seminar will give participants a background in the different methods employed by different terror groups, enable them to detect Suicide Terrorists, help them to understand what an effective protective policy might look like, and give considerable classified detail about actual incidents that have occurred in Israel. The events have a limited amount of places and will be sold-out quickly. Participation in the day-long event costs $295.00.
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