Issues: Homeland Security

Homeland Security Business Roundtable

On January 25, 2010, I attended The Homeland Security Business Roundtable, sponsored by Senator Adams. This discussion focused on the level of disaster preparedness in our communities and industries, and ways to ensure that we have a quick and efficient response should a disaster strike. Thank you to Senator Adams and his staff for organizing this roundtable discussion.

January 31, 2010
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SENATOR FUSCHILLO URGES RESIDENTS TO JOIN EFFORT TO MOVE 9/11 TERROR TRIALS OUT OF NEW YORK

 Residents Invited to Sign Online Petition Calling on Obama Administration to Abandon New York City Terror Trial Plans 

January 29, 2010
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Senator Johnson Announces Emergency Preparedness Classes

Senator Craig M. Johnson, (D-Nassau), and the Nassau County Office of Emergency Management announce free basic training classes for volunteers who want to join to the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).  

More than 1,000 Nassau County residents are already members of the CERT program, which educates people about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic disaster response and recovery skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations.

December 28, 2009
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Senator Adams To Address International Security Conference

PRESS ADVISORYNYS SENATOR ERIC ADAMS WILL JOIN FORMER NYPD COUNTERTERRORISM COMMANDING OFFICER JOHN COLGAN TO ADDRESS AN INTERNATIONAL SECURITY CONFERENCE ON MATTERS OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND COUNTERTERRORISM SENATOR ADAMS, CHAIR OF THE VETERANS, HOMELAND SECURITY AND MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, WILL SPEAK AT THE INTERNATIONAL SECURITY CONFERENCE AT THE JAVITS CENTER 

October 27, 2009
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Statement By the New York State Senate Democratic Conference Commemorating September 11th

“Eight years ago, we witnessed the most horrific terrorist attack ever launched on our nation’s soil. Thousands lost their lives and millions were left shaken with despair. Though our resolve to co-exist in a free and tolerant society was tested, our courage and commitment to band together was never in question. “Today, we honor the men and women whose lives were taken far before their time and those brave individuals of the NYPD, FDNY and Port Authority who in service to their nation gave the last full measure of devotion.

September 11, 2009
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Statement By the New York State Senate Democratic Conference Commemorating September 11th

“Eight years ago, we witnessed the most horrific terrorist attack ever launched on our nation’s soil. Thousands lost their lives and millions were left shaken with despair. Though our resolve to co-exist in a free and tolerant society was tested, our courage and commitment to band together was never in question. “Today, we honor the men and women whose lives were taken far before their time and those brave individuals of the NYPD, FDNY and Port Authority who in service to their nation gave the last full measure of devotion.

September 11, 2009
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Statement By the New York State Senate Majority Conference Commemorating September 11th

“Eight years ago, we witnessed the most horrific terrorist attack ever launched on our nation’s soil. Thousands lost their lives and millions were left shaken with despair. Though our resolve to co-exist in a free and tolerant society was tested, our courage and commitment to band together was never in question. 

September 11, 2009
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September 11, 2009
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Statement By The New York State Senate Majority Conference Commemorating September 11th

“Eight years ago, we witnessed the most horrific terrorist attack ever launched on our nation’s soil. Thousands lost their lives and millions were left shaken with despair. Though our resolve to co-exist in a free and tolerant society was tested, our courage and commitment to band together was never in question.

September 11, 2009
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Statement from Senator George Winner -- September 11th Observance

"I appreciate this opportunity -- eight years after the attacks of September 11, 2001 -- to join all of you in a day of observance, remembrance, and respect."

September 11, 2009
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We Remember

We Remember

September 11, 2009
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