The Vaad Hakinus met with representatives of various law enforcement agencies in NYC to plan for the upcoming International Kinus Hashluchim which will host 7,000 shluchim and guests.
Photos: Shalom Burkis
The Vaad Hakinus met with representatives of various law enforcement agencies in NYC to plan for the upcoming International Kinus Hashluchim.
The annual meeting was productive, and both sides look forward to working together to ensure the security and success of this year’s Kinus, set to be the largest yet, the conference will see close to seven thousand participants.
Officials from the 71st and 77th precincts, Brooklyn South, and the NYPD Counterterrorism Bureau were all represented at the meeting, which was held in the JCM conference room.
“We are very grateful to the members of the New York Police Department for their help in ensuring the safety of the thousands of participants who will be coming to NYC for the Kinus,” shared the Kinus coordinator, Rabbi Mendel Kotlarsky. “Security is always our top priority. We are here to ensure that everyone in attendance feels safe throughout the entire conference.”
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