Kansas City asks Security Solutions International (SSI) to train First Responders in IED's and Explosives

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Miami homeland security training company receives another US City contract

Responding to the potential threat to US cities, Kansas City's MCC Blue River Police Academy will host the well known SSI program, Suicide Terror and the Threat of Explosives, which focuses on the threat of explosives given by a veteran trainer of Israel's Shinbet (Israel Security Agency). The two-day program will take place on February 9th and 10th, 2009 and will explain to participants how terrorists organize attacks; the effects and nature of explosive devices as well as offer solutions based on world-wide experience with the most devastating of terror weapons - the home-made improvised explosive device.

London had the worst bomb attack since World War II, on July 7th, 2005. The attack, carried out by local citizens was a suicide terror attack on three different subway systems and a bus. Terrorists were able to make the explosives themselves. The attack paralyzed London's transportation system. Mumbai was recently subject to a terrorist onslaught that included improvised and real explosives. US cities have been focused on this threat.

"The fear is that improvised explosive devices may become the weapon of choice for all kinds of criminal and terror groups," says Sol Bradman, CEO of SSI. "In low intensity conflicts and asymmetrical warfare, the use of explosives introduces new dangers. Despite continued expenditures and planning for non-conventional and CBRNE incidents, it is seen from world-wide terror and criminal events that the next attacks will still be conventional but very lethal."

The program is limited to qualified security professionals, law enforcement, fire, rescue and emergency medical personnel.

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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