FBI's Criminal Justice Information Services Division to Present at Prestigious Sarasota Gulf Coast Terrorism Prevention Conference

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Exciting agenda covers counter-terror training

The Gulf Coast Terrorism Prevention Conference, a must-attend event, held annually in conjunction with Security Solutions International (SSI), the leader in Homeland Security will take place on September 15th - 19th in Sarasota, Florida. Hosted by the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office and sponsored by the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division, Detica, Universal Detection Technology and Saint Leo University, the conference will feature an eclectic and comprehensive program to be presented by leading security experts from the US and Israel.

About FBI CJIS: The FBI's Criminal Justice Information Services Division (CJIS) has a mission: to reduce terrorist activities by maximizing the delivery of timely and relevant information to security organizations worldwide. Established in February 1992, the FBI Division serves as the focal point and central repository for criminal justice information services in an ongoing effort to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats. Located in West Virginia, CJIS is birthplace and home to the Law Enforcement Online (LEO)--a secure, Internet-based communications portal that provides sensitive but unclassified information to law enforcement, First Responders, criminal justice professionals, and anti-terrorism and intelligence agencies worldwide.

SSI - The leader in Homeland Security:

  •     Leading training company - more than 500 agencies trained
  •     Leader in global best practices training - 12 training missions to Israel
  •     Publisher of the Electronic and print magazine the "Counter Terrorist"
  •     Specialized Intelligence services based on Open Source Intel and analysis
  •     Providing other companies with the SSI media group - a collection of web sites, print and electronic media that enables you to reach the Homeland Security decision maker
  •     Champion of democratic processes - founder of the non-profit organization, "Protecting the Homeland", to counteract Islamic extremism masked under the exploitation of civil liberties

Are You a Potential Victim of Lawfare?

SSI's non-profit organization, "Protecting the Homeland", is our newest initiative in championing democratic processes. In the dynamic arena for counteracting Islamic extremism masked under the exploitation of civil liberties, many have fallen victim to Lawfare--the formula is predictable. So-called anti-terrorist organizations, aligned with Islamic extremism, blatantly abuse the laws, freedoms and loopholes of the most liberal nation on earth to help finance and direct the world's most violent international terrorism cells.

The "Protecting the Homeland" organization charter embodies two main objectives: ceaseless dedication in counter-acting Islamic radicals who repeatedly attempt to threaten our constitutional freedoms, and channeling funds to educate US First Responders through sponsorship of training programs in the USA and Israel.

To learn more about your constitutional rights and protecting the homeland, visit http://www.protectingthehomeland.org

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