National Leadership Webinar:

Capitol Hill Insurrection:
What Went Wrong and Lessons for the Future

Join Former Capitol Police Chief Terry Gainer and Director of JINSA’s Homeland Security Program Steve Pomerantz for an in-depth discussion of the violent events that transpired on Capitol Hill last week and lessons learned.

Monday, January 11 – 3:00pm EST


This webinar is open exclusively to current
JINSA National Leaders, program
participants, and the press.

RSVPs must be received via the button
to the left at least 30 minutes prior to the start time.

Once your registration is confirmed, you will
receive the link to join the webinar via video
and dial-in details to join by phone.

Terry Gainer

Mr. Terrance W. Gainer began his law enforcement career as a police officer in the Chicago Police Department and rose through the ranks, spending many years as an experienced homicide detective. In 1998, Mr. Gainer moved to Washington, DC, where he first served as Executive Assistant Chief of Police for the Metropolitan Police Department and four years later was selected to be the Chief of the U.S. Capitol Police. From January 2007 to May 2014, Mr. Gainer served as the 38th United States Senate Sergeant at Arms.

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Steven L. Pomerantz

Mr. Pomerantz is the Director of the Homeland Security Program at JINSA which brings high ranking American Law Enforcement Executives to Israel to study best practice counterterrorism methodology. He retired from the FBI in June 1995 after a career spanning twenty-seven years.

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