U.S. Law Enforcement Receive Counter-Terrorism Training in Israel
Posted: April 15, 2011
ADL brought 15 law enforcement executives from across the United States to Israel from April 9-17, to learn how Israel's police, intelligence, and security forces prevent terror attacks.
As participants in ADL's National Counter-Terrorism Seminar, they met with counter-terrorism experts in an intensive program incorporating formal presentations and briefings with site visits around the country to areas that have borne witness to terror attacks. They learned how Israel has prevented and responded to suicide bombings and terrorist attacks and how the nation protects its airports, shopping malls, and public events.
The delegation consisted of executives from the California Highway Patrol and major city police departments from across the country, including New York, Philadelphia, Houston, Dallas, Atlantic City, Louisville, Richmond, Tulsa, Nashville, Charlotte, Albuquerque, and St. Louis County. More than 115 federal, state and local law enforcement executives have participated in this ADL program since it was first launched in 2003.
The vehicle is stopped in the middle of the road. As Crutcher approaches the SUV, three male officers walk up and Crutcher appears to lower his hands and reach down and place them on the vehicle. The officers surround him, making it harder to see his actions from the police dashboard camera's angle.
Crutcher can be seen dropping to the ground. Someone on the police radio says, "I think he may have just been Tasered." One of the officers near Crutcher backs up slightly.
Then almost immediately, someone can be heard saying, "Shots fired." Crutcher's head then drops, leaving him lying completely out in the street.
Photo: Mike Simons, Associated Press