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Welcome to the

Young Israel of Southfield Community

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Security Seminar

Detecting Suspicious Activity Training Program for Jewish Community Organizations

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Synagogue Security

DHS Surveillance Detection Web Seminar
Detecting Suspicious Activity Training Program for
Jewish Community Organizations
Thursday, June 11, 2009
1:00 PM-2:00 PM (Eastern Time)
3:00 PM-4:00 PM (Eastern Time)
Presented by
Department of Homeland Security
Hosted by
Secure Community Network & United Jewish Communities
The recent domestic terrorist plot targeting synagogues in the Riverdale section of the Bronx is
yet another reminder that Jewish institutions in the United States continue to be the subject of
hostile surveillance and targets of attack. Case studies of terrorist attacks around the world have
shown that most attacks are preceded by days, weeks, months, and in some instances, years of
pre-operational surveillance by terrorists identifying and surveilling facilities and other targets for
The Secure Community Network, in cooperation with the Department of Homeland Security, will
be providing the organized Jewish community an opportunity to participate in a specially
designed instructional web based training seminar for learning how to better identify and report
hostile surveillance and suspicious activities at your institutions and agencies. This web-based
training program is being offered free of charge.

Who Should Attend
Security, Facility and Frontline Personnel from Synagogues, Day Schools, JCCs, Jewish
Federations and other Jewish community organizations are encouraged to attend

**Please forward this invitation to your organizational facilities and member
organizations (i.e. synagogues, JCCs, schools, regional offices, etc.)**
Secure Community Network (SCN) is a non-profit security initiative of the Jewish Federations of
North America and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. For
additional information, please visit
Secure Community Network
Your Trusted Partner for Communal Security

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Annual High Holiday Security Forum, Tonight August 30 at 8:00 p.m.
Young Israel of Hewlett
1 Piermont Ave.


The High Holiday Security Forum is an annual community-wide event organized by the Nassau County Auxiliary Police, Five Towns Unit, in partnership with the officers and members of the Nassau County Police Department, 4th Precinct; Nassau County Legislator Howard J. Kopel; and Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice.

You’ll learn comprehensive information about these plans; security recommendations for houses of worship; guidelines of how to react to potential situations; and a summary of current safety and security in the Five Towns and adjacent communities.

Presenters include:

  NCPD Commissioner Lawrence W. Mulvey
·      Inspector Christopher J. Cleary, Commanding Officer, 4th Precinct
·      Chief Rick Capece, Chief of Patrols Office
·      Detective Sgt. Gary Shapiro, Deputy Commanding Officer Community Affairs
·      Sgt. Leslie Moulds, Administrative Sgt., 4th Precinct
·      Lt. Danny Gluck Commanding Officer 4th Pct. Auxiliary Police, Five Towns Unit

Howard J. Kopel, Nassau County Legislator

Attendees will have ample time to ask questions