Freehold: Sheriff Shaun Golden is pleased to continue his strong partnership with members of the Jewish Federation in the Heart of New Jersey and welcomed them to the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office, Public Safety Center on Sept. 19. The federation met to discuss emergency action plans for faith based organizations. During the event, Sheriff Golden spoke about the sheriff’s office continuing proactive approach to addressing homeland security and counter terrorism issues, and, offered advice and assistance to the attendees.
“The Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office is proud to have hosted this event for our partners of the Jewish community,” said Sheriff Shaun Golden. “In the wake of the most recent terror incidents, it’s vital that our Jewish organizations, synagogues and schools be aware of and discuss contemporary situations involving harmful activities by individuals or groups that may target segments of our population.”
Included in the emergency action plans discussion were critical events that could occur, ranging from gas leaks to violent threats. Also stressed were the four phases of emergency action planning; prevention, preparedness, response and recovery.
Other speakers included Guy McCormick, Director of Homeland Security for the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, Paul Goldenberg and Doron Horowitz of Secure Community Network, John Gooley, Consulting Services Manager from US Security Care Inc. and Steven Pasichow, Deputy Inspetor General/Dir. of Investigations Office – Port Authority of NY and NJ.
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