SAFE CITY ENVIRONMENTS - TRANSPORTATION SECURITY
We honor the brave, distinguished, and exemplarily; those individuals and organizations of law enforcement, public safety and security who excel in the protection of community and critical infrastructure; and endeavor to fund, build, assist and provide innovative resources and best practices to authorities globally to make the world a safer place.
Our quest is to assist authorities globally in public safety, striving to make the world a safer place.
Even after 20 years after 9/11, we are still working to fulfill the promise to make the world a safer place and to never forget our fallen officers of 9/11.
Prevention and protection are key to any security scenario. We've taken See Something Say Something to a new level by adding ACT - actionable communication and collaboration engagement along with an on going community based education.
See Say Act combines evidenced based and lesson learned practices along with as a state-of-the-art information sharing system, that provides effective engagement with individuals throughout the jurisdiction.
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About 9/11 Center
Named in honor of our friend, colleague, and leader who was the Superintendent of Police and Director of Public Safety Fred V Morrone of the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey; and incoming Chair of the Board of the INTERPORTPOLICE.
On September 11th, Fred was last seen near the forty-fifth floor of One World Trade Center, the first building hit. He headed up multiple stories offering all of them encouragement and help to everyone he encountered...
We continue the fight by assisting the transportation security sector efforts through best practices, training programs, and honoring those who distinguish themselves in the ongoing fight to protect public safety.
Educate & Facilitate
Our primary focus is to offer educational programs providing outcomes to communities to law enforcement, public safety and security organizations.
The 9/11 Center works with various partners to identify risks to and reduce the vulnerability of public safety and critical infrastructure in mass people environments.
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The 9/11 honor program began with our fallen 9/11 colleagues who perished in the World Trade Towers as the inaugural recipients. We continue to honor those who the fight against terrorism, serious transnational crime, and security of transportation environments within our global communities.
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Educate & Engage
Every mass people security environments can benefit from the eyes and ears of the community. We have taken the world known See Something Say Something and added ACT. The project includes a public affairs security campaign that can be used in any environment and a recommended communication technology that pushes to the authority's social media followers, and is controlled by the authority, managing the information where it is best needed.
The 9/11 Center, in cooperation with the INTERPORTPOLICE, Atlas One and other partners, bring this important project to the transportation security world for safer cities ...
Make the World a Safer Place
ADDRESSING CURRENT THREAT CONDITIONS THROUGH EDUCATION AND FACILITATION THAT PROVIDES A SECURITY MINDSET OF EXCELLENCE FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY OPERATIONS TO EMERGENCIES AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT, KEEPING HOLISTIC BEST PRACTICES THAT TRANSCEND THROUGHOUT MANAGEMENT TO THE WORKFORCE.
A SECURITY ENVIRONMENT THAT HAS ADDRESSED PREVENTION, PROTECTION AND PREPAREDNESS PRACTICES WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE OUTCOME.
Honoring those who keep the world safe
Nominations are for valor, distinguished and exemplary service of law enforcement or public safety official service.
How we began our efforts
September 11, 2002
Morrone was the highest-ranking public official and police officer to parish on September 11, 2001. At that time, he was also the executive vice president and incoming board president of the INTERPORTPOLICE.
While others were escaping the World Trade Towers, Morrone and his 36 fellow officers were going up the stairs to assist others and in the end, perished.
Morrone was a visionary and strived to help other departments, especially developing counties, recognizing if they were trained it would in the end help western world countries.
The Morrone Educational fund was established in his memory and with the consent of the family and the assistance of leadership of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department in 2002 at the 9/11 Memorial in New York City.
In 2016, the Morrone 9/11 Center became a separate qualified U.S. 501c3 research and education organization to support further efforts to make the world a safer place.
Efforts focus on transportation security, public safety, critical infrastructure, and mass people environments.
9/11 SECURITY ENTERPRISE AWARD
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37 STARS; ONE FOR EACH MEMBER OF OUR FALLEN COLLEAGUES FROM THE NYNJ PORT POLICE WHO PERISHED ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2001