In the Wake of Ferguson, The Philadelphia Inquirer Highlights the Importance of ADL’s Police Training Initiative.

On August 17th, The Philadelphia Inquirer  published a follow-up piece to their August 7th article describing the experience of Philadelphia police recruits at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) during ADL’s Law Enforcement and Society (LEAS): Lessons of the Holocaust training program. LEAS, a joint venture between USHMM and ADL, increases law enforcement’s understanding…
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CNN Praises ADL’s Law Enforcement Initiative at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

A July 15th CNN/Money article explains how a joint venture between the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. and ADL’s Washington D.C. Regional Office instructs every FBI academy trainee on the consequences of overreaching law enforcement practices. CNN reports that the training program, called Law Enforcement and Society (LEAS): Lessons of the Holocaust, chronicles…
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ADL Trains Law Enforcement Commanders from Across the Country on the Latest Extremist and Terrorist Threats

ADL held the 26th session of our Advanced Training School (ATS) course on Extremist and Terrorist Threats, a course that has come to be recognized as one of the premier counterterrorism trainings in the country.  The session included a combination of both ADL’s own subject matter experts on white supremacy, anti-government extremism, homegrown radicalization, and…
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ADL Heroes Honored at 20th Anniversary ADL In Concert Against Hate

ADL In Concert Against Hate celebrated its 20th anniversary in spectacular fashion at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Monday, October 27th, 2014. A crowd of more than 2,200 filled the Kennedy Center’s largest venue—the Main Concert Hall—and joined actors Leslie Uggams and Isiah Whitlock, Jr. as ADL honored Jacqueline Murekatete…
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