S.A.V.E. is a program that fills the gap in the patron screening at “soft targets” such as mass transit, non-secure public areas of airports, sporting events, shopping malls, theme parks, government facilities, and religious institutions. The combination of high patron volume in confined areas with no screening makes such places ideal targets for a terrorist attack.
This one day S.A.V.E. program has been designed to provide faith based members who are responsible for security at their religious institution with a behavior assessment technique to counter these threats. The training enhances security measures in the layered defense concept and the security personnel responsible for protecting specific areas of infrastructure by providing behavior assessment screening training.
The event was addressed by Protecting the Homeland Innovations, LLC. Opening remarks were made by Chief Lawson and Committeeman Meir Lichtenstein. [TLS]