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April 04, 2003 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-04

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Communal Seminar
Deals With Security

ocal Jewish agency leaders
met with law enforcement
agencies, including the
FBI, on April 1 to discuss
security issues, which included the
threat of weapons of mass destruc-
tion.
"Although we don't want to be
alarmist in any way, we really truly
believe that the best offense is a good
defense," said Betsy Kellman, region-
al director of the Anti-Defamation
League/Michigan Region, which
sponsored the meeting. "No seminar

CAP & CI

RECRUITS SENIORS

is going to give you all the
an organization with five
material that you need. My
employees."
assumption is that all of you
A security team should be
in your organizations are
formed, and a system should
doing what needs to be
be in place to deal with the
done. This is just to go over
different Homeland Security
your material and hone your
threat levels, said Mark
skills.
Davidson, FBI bomb techni-
"Your plan has to be
cian and weapons of mass
brought in by the people
destruction coordinator. How
Betsy Ke Liman
who you work with and the
to respond to bomb threats,
community that you serve,"
deal with suspicious packages
Kellman said to some 50 local Jewish
and evacuation procedures also should
agency representatives. "Schools and
be formed and practiced, he said.
camps have very different needs than
— Harry Kirsbaum, staffwriter

Friday, April 11th at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, April 12th at 1 1 : 0 0 a.m.
Sunday, April 13th at Noon.

The Jewish News will honor
Michigan's brightest Jewish high
school seniors in our "Cap & Gown"
supplement May 16. Deadline for
nominations is April 25.
Area high schools have been
asked to distribute our nominat-
ing form to all Jewish seniors with
a 3.60 or higher grade point aver-
age (unweighted, on a 4.00 scale).
If you feel you qualify but have
not been contacted, check with
your high school counselor or
download from our Web site:
www.detroitjewishnews.com

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Tuesday, April 8th

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