Educate & Facilitate
Meaningful solutions based on lessons learn, evidenced based practices, and innovation
Our primary focus is to offer educational programs providing outcomes to communities to law enforcement and security organizations.
The 9/11 Center works with various partners to identify programs, solutions, and practices to address risks and reduce the vulnerability of public safety and critical infrastructure in mass people environments.
Our key partners include government and authority departments, agencies responsible for infrastructure and mass environment sectors; businesses and organizations with those sectors that own or operate such infrastructure; and other security specialists and advice delivery partners, including the Police.
Government partnerships: Our strategic approach is based on an ‘all-risk’ model, which encompasses terrorist threats, emergencies and natural hazards. We provide an environment best practice based on lessons learned and quality assurance systems. Also, training, audits and additional advice are available to support the best practices.
Police and security: The 9/11 Center works closely with the police globally. In particular, we work closely with the International Organization of Airport and Seaport Police – INTERPORTPOLICE, which focuses on international issues and local security environment requirements of prevention, protection and preparedness in relation to serious transnational crime and the protection of the global supply chain.
Industry and Academia: Partnership with academia and the private sector is also part of our work. Experts from within a wide variety of academic institutions and private companies work actively with us on the development of our advice.
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An excellent example of what can be done by offering an effective public affairs campaign is the Delta Airlines human trafficking program POLARIS. Over 56,000 employees have been trained.
Delta has been at the forefront of the fight against human trafficking. In 2011, the airline became the first and only U.S. carrier to sign a Code of Conduct outlined by End Child Prostitution, Pornography and Trafficking, which includes a network of organizations working together to eliminate the commercial sexual exploitation of children. Delta was one of the 12 founding companies of the Global Business Coalition against Human Trafficking in 2012.
An effective campaign to make the world a safer place works, and this is again a great example. Watch the move to the right, it's worth your time.
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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