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9/11: Port Authority Police Department

September 1, 2002

Thirty-seven. That's how many New York/New Jersey Port Authority Police officers came to work on Sept. 11, 2001, and never went home. More than 2 percent of the agency's complement of 1,400 was killed in the attack, and to add insult to extreme injury, its headquarters were on the 67th floor of 1 World Trade Center.

First NYPD Recruits Since 9/11

July 9, 2002
The mayor and police commissioner of New York City have sworn in the first class of NYPD recruits since Sept. 11, charging them with the difficult task of fighting everything from low-level crime to international terrorism.

TREXPO: Business as Usual

May 1, 2002

When the doors opened March 18 on TREXPO West 2002 at the Long Beach (Calif.) Convention Center a number of questions were answered. Tops on the list was how would the horrific events of Sept. 11 affect the nation’s premier show for tactical law enforcement officers?

The Call Up

April 1, 2002

As the terrible events of Sept. 11, 2001, began to unfold, many Americans watched the burning North Tower of the World Trade Center on their TVs and wondered what kind of horrific airline “accident” had taken place in Manhattan. Then as the live TV cameras rolled, United Airlines Flight 175 sliced into the South Tower, confirming the worst fears. This was no accident; it was enemy action.

Profiling: Suddenly Politically Correct?

December 1, 2001

When our society finally realizes it should be politically correct to stop crime, the wasted energy now spent by those pounding their fists against racial profiling will be better spent taking action against those same "bad" people the cops are already trying to stop.

We Are All One

November 1, 2001

A tribute to those who served -- and died.

9-11-01: In Your Mind's Eye

November 1, 2001

View images from that fateful week with notable quotes from those who were closest to the tragic events.

I Heard the Snap of the Tower...

November 1, 2001

On the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001, shortly after eight in the morning, I transmitted a tone and announced a third alarm for the borough of Manhattan, N.Y. The call was initially reported as a high-rise fire in the World Trade Center tower 1.

Impact: Life Will Be Different

November 1, 2001

Have the WTC and Pentagon attacks changed how police work will be conducted in the future?

We Are Filled With a Terrible Resolve

November 1, 2001

Leadership, bravery and initiative in the face of superhuman odds are still some of the most powerful axioms of being an American.

Emergency Management and Emergency Operations Centers

November 1, 2001

Disasters can happen anywhere and, as so poignantly demonstrated in New York, it's our job to manage and mitigate them.

Dealing With It

November 1, 2001

Hundreds of our own were murdered on September 11, 2001, along with thousands of citizens we were sworn to protect. Terrorism has struck the nation, particularly emergency response personnel. This nation’s police officers have been damaged by these criminal acts of terror; we have been damaged as a group and as individuals.

NYC Mayor Giuliani Calls for FBI to Work with Local Agencies

October 31, 2001
Mayor Rudolph Giuliani called Monday for a federal law requiring the FBI to share terrorism information with local law enforcement authorities to improve coordination in times of crisis.

SEARCH and BJA Postpone 2001 Symposium and Workshop

September 1, 2001
SEARCH and BJA intend to reschedule this event within the next 6 months, and will continue to update the Symposium Website with information on the new date, times and location of this event.
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