Secure Community Network was founded in 2004 to be the first national nonprofit organization whose dedication is exclusively directed toward homeland security initiatives for the community of Jewish people in the American soil. The Network serves as a central address for law enforcement, homeland security, and community organizations that have a focus on the security and safety of communities and institutions of Jewish people all over the United States. Secure Community Network seeks to encourage and empower Jewish individuals and organizations to establish a culture of security awareness, resiliency, and preparedness across communities through security consultation, training, security awareness, and information sharing.
The US Department of Homeland Security recognized the Secure Community Network as national model for faith-based and information sharing homeland security initiatives in 2009. The sbobet Network was established as part of the response from the American Jewish community to security concerns in the United States that are heightened recently. The Network runs under guidance of The Jewish Federation of North America as well as the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. It has been the pioneer of a national homeland initiative that is cooperative, collaborative, and innovative, aimed at educating Jewish community about leveraging government and private sector resources as well as potential threats.
This is done to secure and protect Jewish community the best way and ensure that security concerns that may exist within the community can stay on top of priority and be the main focus of the intelligence, agencies of law enforcement, and homeland security, all of which are charged with guarding both the country and communities and protecting them from possible terror attacks, which are persistent threats throughout past decade. The Secure Community Network seeks to execute this mission of theirs through implementation of counsel, security advice, training, security awareness, and information sharing.