Secure Community Network, security executives, law enforcement, and professional and lay leadership discuss how to prepare for the unique safety and security challenges facing the Jewish community this holiday season, given the rise in antisemitic hate and violence in the wake of the 07 October Hamas terrorist attacks on Israel.
National Update on Domestic Security
Secure Community Network and our co-sponsors hosted a national update that included remarks from FBI Director Christopher Wray on the threat landscape, domestic implications, and best practice security guidance amidst the ongoing terrorist attacks led by Hamas against Israel.
Secure Community Network, in conjunction with the Major Cities Chiefs Association and alongside partners in the Jewish community, hosted a national update where law enforcement leaders and safety and security experts discussed the rise of swatting incidents and bomb threats targeting the Jewish community during this High Holiday season.
Speakers detailed the threat landscape amidst the recent uptick in swatting incidents and bomb threats and shared best practice guidance to help communities respond to these challenges amidst the most important time of the year for the Jewish community.
The Secure Community Network (SCN), the official safety and security organization for the Jewish community in North America, and a panel of experts review considerations for Jewish facilities in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent opinion relaxing restrictions on concealed weapons.
In An Age of Increasing Mass Attacks & Active Threats, Learn More About the Threat and Steps You Can Take to Protect Our Community
Led by a panel of security professionals with backgrounds in federal, state, and local law enforcement, this webinar will provides an overview of the current threat landscape, summary of recent incidents, and tips for securing your facility.
The Secure Community Network (SCN) is the official safety and security organization of the Jewish community in North America.
Just 2% of the U.S. population, Jews account for 60% of religious-based hate crimes. That is why we are here.
Secure Community Network discusses the National Jewish Camp Security Program and provides best practice considerations for strengthening camp safety and security.