JINSA’s Law Enforcement Exchange Program (LEEP) Counter-Terrorism Conferences brought six Israeli experts to speak before more than 700 senior law enforcement officials over the course of two consecutive conferences in July 2008.
JINSA's two-day conferences take place in California, Minnesota and Florida
Three two-day counter-terrorism conferences, sponsored and underwritten by JINSA, are being held across the United States for local law enforcement officials this week. The conferences, a project of JINSA's Law Enforcement Exchange Program (LEEP), have received the support and cooperation of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the Major County Sheriff's Association (MCSA). The conferences address counter terrorism and best practice procedures with emphasis on suicide bombings.
An extraordinary one-day conference at Princeton University saw four high-ranking Israelis who are experts in counter-terrorism brief 425 of New Jersey's top law-enforcement officers, as well as a number of officers from the New York and Pennsylvania State Police and personnel from the local branches of the FBI, the Secret Service, and the U.S. Marshall's office. Read more about this event in an article that appeared in the New Jersey Jewish News.
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