11.28.17

Securing Public Areas of Transportation Systems: Stakeholder Perspectives

November 28, 2017 10:00 AM | City Council Chambers, Second Floor, Trenton City Hall, 319 E State Street, Trenton, New Jersey

This field hearing will provide Members an opportunity to examine security threats facing mass transit systems; challenges that stakeholders and law enforcement personnel face to effectively mitigate such threats; and the role of technology in public area security. 

Opening Statements

Opening Statement

Live Stream

Witnesses

Mr. Charles Cunningham
Director
Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) Public Safety / PATCO
Witness Testimony

Mr. Thomas J. Nestel, III
Chief
Transit Police
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA)
Witness Testimony

Mr. Douglas Lemanowicz
Lieutenant
Special Operations Section
New Jersey State Police
State of New Jersey
Witness Testimony

Mr. Christopher Trucillo
Chief
Transit Police
New Jersey Transit
Witness Testimony

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