Security Solutions International (SSI) Acclaimed Homeland Security Training in Israel: US Cities Respond

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February trip to Israel will feature infrastructure protection, school and hotel security among many other subjects.

The deadly attacks in Mumbai may have altered the US perception of the threat from terrorism and refocused efforts to avoid horror scenarios here in US cities. Live exercises have been held recently in New York City. Officials are saying that hotels, schools and other soft targets should be monitored more closely. Chief Timoney of Miami recently pointed out to USA Today that attacks by water are nightmare scenarios for the USA.

Israel's much acclaimed Homeland Security training in Israel, attended now by more than 300 individuals representing more than 150 agencies and cities in the USA is set to leave in February for a hands-on approach to training the leaders of US Homeland Security in better security practices. Israel has brought the toll of attacks down from 14 suicide attacks in one month to only a single attack last year. "Ways to prevent, detect and respond to attacks like Mumbai are what Israel knows best and it probably has the best record for counter terrorism in the context of a democratic society defending itself," says Henry Morgenstern, President of SSI. "We know from past testimonials that cities in the USA have changed their policies after attending our training."

The training mission leaves from Newark and features 8 action-packed days. Participants begin with a briefing on cross-cultural tips to optimize their experience, and move quickly to high level briefings and visits: Power Plants, Oil Refineries, Malls, Universities, Stadiums, Government buildings and historical sites, like the Old City of Jerusalem, are all presented by the actual professionals responsible for their protection. Special attention is given to aviation security, VBIED's, Improvised Explosive Devices, VIP protection and more. Groups are limited to 30 qualified professionals.

About Security Solutions International

SSI ® - Security Solutions International develops and delivers training for First Responders in the US. The company has trained more than 700 different Federal, State and local agencies. The company is also the publisher of The Counter Terrorist Magazine - read by more than 15,000 US First Responders. The magazine is an extension of the company's commitment to first-class content and information. The electronic version of the magazine goes out to nearly 65,000 First Responders bi-monthly. Best known for the Homeland Security Training in Israel program, the company has a wide variety of law enforcement training, first responder training and counter terror training.

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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