The role of a properly trained law enforcement community is a critical element for a healthy democracy. I wonder if you are aware how much effort and initiative ADL takes to help make that community well-trained?
Did you know the FBI requires all its new agents to participate in "Law Enforcement and Society: Lessons of the Holocaust," a training program created by ADL in partnership with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum?
Or that today, ADL is the nation's leading non-governmental provider of trainings to law enforcement on extremism, counterterrorism and hate crimes?
We've developed and invested in these training programs because we are more determined than ever to combat hate and all the tragic consequences it brings.
I know you are just as committed to this goal, which is why I’m reaching out to you today to help support this critical work.
Click here to help fund ADL's one-of-a-kind law enforcement trainings combating hate, terrorism and anti-Semitism.
ADL developed these trainings because we wanted to do everything we could to ensure the safety and security of our community, and to create a better world for all.
As law enforcement officers are often the people most likely to confront extremists, these programs are an absolutely critical step to meeting that goal.
And, in order to keep this essential resource going, we need your support. Can I count on you today?
Click here to back ADL's efforts to combat hate at every turn.
No one understands hate and its consequences better than ADL, and no other Jewish organization does the law enforcement training we do.
Our ability to carry out this work depends on people like you to support us.
Thanks for all you do,
Abraham H. Foxman