Please Be Aware Training for Pittsburgh Bureau of Police Cadets resumed this week at the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh with a presentation on threats affecting our community, and an emphasis on the importance of community relationships in policing, as well as cultural sensitivity. On March 27th from 3-415pm, SCN will be presenting a webinar titled, […]Read More ➜
Pennsylvania was one of the top states that saw white supremacy propaganda in 2022.Read More ➜
The federal Hate Crime trial of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooter is scheduled to begin April 24th with jury selection.Read More ➜
We closely monitored the events of the Feb 25th “National Day of Hate”. At this time, no known related incidents or activities materialized in the Pittsburgh area or across the country.Read More ➜
The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) SchoolSafety.gov site has launched a Child Exploitation topic page.Read More ➜
Several known antisemitic, white supremacist, and neo-Nazi groups have encouraged their followers to participate in a “National Day of Hate” on February 25th.Read More ➜
For the latest security information in your local and international world.
- Andrew Clinton remains in custody.
- Feb. 15: An Inside Look at Extremism, Radicalization & Hate Crimes.
- Feb. 23: Advanced Community Active Threat Training (CATT).
Five million dollars approved for Pennsylvania’s nonprofit security grant program this year.Read More ➜
These materials are designed to assist you in applying for security funding.Read More ➜
$1,052,692 in security grants were awarded to Pittsburgh synagogues and Jewish agencies.Read More ➜
We are trying not only to keep our community safe, but also trying to help everyone to feel safe.Read More ➜
A list of known Shabbat synagogue closures and restrictions in greater Pittsburgh as of March 13, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.Read More ➜
Since this was published, the Federation has decided to close it’s offices at 2000 Technology Drive for the next two weeks. Remember, the Federation is open for business, just remotely!Read More ➜
PITTSBURGH—The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh is working to calm fears in the Pittsburgh Jewish community during the COVID-19/Coronavirus threat, by formulating a response together with other Jewish agencies. “It’s important for many people in the Jewish community to know that their Jewish institutions and synagogues have plans to keep them safe and informed.” Meryl […]Read More ➜
The following reliable sources of information will keep you advised of coronavirus information.Read More ➜
The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh continues to monitor the spread of the coronavirus closely with support from our national organizations and from local government.Read More ➜
Our Security Committee made the decision to provide life saving Go Bags to EVERY classroom in Jewish Pittsburgh. And four Mezuzot that hung in the old Federation building are now hanging in the 10.27 Healing Partnership.Read More ➜
Learn how to apply for security grants for your non-profit organization.Read More ➜
Equally as inspiring to me was hearing from a few of these young adults about their motivations for involvement. There is no doubt, our community’s future is extremely bright.Read More ➜
Another antisemitic attack, however this one did not work out as the attacker had intended. due to improvements made through The Jewish Agency for Israel’s Security Assistance Fund.Read More ➜