The Global Life Safety Alliance and Club del Progreso, hosted a special event at the Diego de Alvear, Buenos Aires, Argentina on November 11, 2019 to honor the accomplishments of the National Security Ministry.
Club del Progeso is the oldest security organization of its kind and is attended not only by security organizations but both political and non-political groups, as well as international public safety groups.
In attendance was Patricia Bullrich, the National Security Minister, NPS Global Foundation director, the president of Electronic Security Chamber, CEMARA, authorities from the National Ministry of Security, Civil Society Organizations representatives, security professionals, Argentina’s Security Magazine as well as well as the general public.
Mr. Robert Suttini, United States Liaison Director to Argentina’s Inter-Organizational Office, delivered an executive summary of the National Security Ministry achievements on organized crime, narcotics trafficking and combatting terrorism. Mr. Suttini expressed his respect and thanks on behalf of the US State Department, The FBI and The DEA from USA for sharing information for his presentation.
Julio A. Fumagalli Macrae, CPP, and the president of the Global Life & Safety Alliance was introduced by Mr. Suttini. Mr. Macrae presented Patricia Bullrich, The National Security Minister with a Certificate of Achievement and recognition of her organization’s many accomplishments.
Ms. Bullrich, The National Security Minister thanked both institutions, and provided an executive summary of the work completed thus far, and the challenges which the newly elected National Authorities will need to support and enhance to keep and improving the National Security of Argentina.
The Police Community of the Americas or Ameripol is a hemispheric mechanism of cooperation police organization created in 2007. Mission: The Police Community of the Americas – AMERIPOL is a hemispheric mechanism of cooperation, which purpose is to promote and enhance police cooperation in terms of technical-scientific facts, training, exchange of information and progress in terms of legal assistance to guide strategic and operational work against threats to public and citizen safety.
Celebrates 12 years strengthening international cooperation between the police bodies of the continent and the world, in order to counter the transnational crime in all its modalities for citizen security. #Caminoalainstitucionalización#Caminoalaseguridadregional
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The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies invite you to attend a half-day forum:
Second Annual Forum on Security Challenges in Latin America
Are Institutions Ready to Respond?
Wed, November 13, 2019
9:00 AM – 2:30 PM EST
Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
1740 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20036
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