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Businesses and Event Organizers welcome to join top officials at Hometown Security Seminar
Back in person after being virtual for two years, this collaborative effort brings top agencies in to talk to businesses and volunteer organizations on how to assess safety, threats and protective measures for the upcoming summer season
The seminar will take place at the Ship Bottom Fire Department 2006 Central Ave, Ship Bottom, on Wednesday June 8 from 10am - noon. Opening Remarks from Chamber CEO Lori Pepenella and Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer. It will include Current Treat Landscapes from NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, Cybersecurity Best Practices for Small Business from NJ Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell. Infrastructure Security, Vulnerability Assessments and Physical Protective Measures with speakers from Ocean County Prosecutor's Office, New Jersey State Police and Infrastructure Security Bureau. There will be time scheduled for Question and Answers from the attendees. The Hometown Security program is a collaborative effort to discuss tools and resources that help strengthen the security and resilience of communities across New Jersey. All small businesses and community organizations are encouraged to attend
There is no cost for business and community representatives to attend, but an RSVP to the Southern Ocean Chamber is required. Please reach out to the region's chamber at 609 494 7211, online at visitLBIregion.com, by email at Kate@sochamber.com or in person at 265 W Ninth Street Ship Bottom. The region's chamber thanks Ship Bottom Volunteer Fire Company No 1, Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, Ocean County Prosecutor's Office, local law enforcement and US Department of Homeland for making this event possible to area businesses.