Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 21, 2006
DefenderTech International and Security Solutions International have joined forces once again to provide first class counter terrorism training to Homeland Security First Responders. DefenderTech International will be sponsoring two events on the subject of Protecting Government and Private Buildings against the threat of terror, held by SSI -- Security Solutions International, in Boston on the 15th and 16th of March and in Washington, D.C. on the 24th and 25th April.
"We believe in giving back to law enforcement and security professionals, the primary customers for our products," says Ted Santos, President of DenfenderTech International. "By sponsoring the country's leading Homeland Security training company, SSI, we are going to give first responders and security professionals the opportunity to learn more about protecting important facilities and public places along with learning how to prevent tragedies such as 9/11."
SSI's Building Safety two-day training has been widely acclaimed as the best venue for learning about the threats that terror poses to both federal and private buildings. Day One concentrates on these threats and is delivered by one of SSI's cadre of Israeli Security Experts from agencies such as the Israel Police, Secret Service and Shin Bet. Day Two focuses on the subject of CPTED, or Crime Prevention through Environmental Design. Mr. Bristol Morris has wide experience in law enforcement and is a CPTED professional. This experience in invaluable in both designing and managing existing buildings to prevent acts of terror.
"We believe that safeguarding our country's buildings against the kind of attacks that are going on all over the world by terror groups, and here in the US by domestic terror groups, is of the utmost importance to First Responders.
Registrations will be limited, so it is suggested to register early. Participants will come from across the country and include building security managers, architects, building managers, Homeland Security first responders and especially law enforcement professionals will be attending the seminar.