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NYC Doormen Receive Anti-Terror Training

Authorities in this city of apartment buildings have turned to a new ally in the war on the terror: doormen. Anti-terrorism training began this week for 28,000 doormen, superintendents and porters in 3,500 apartment buildings around the city. Under a program developed by the Service Employees union, landlord groups, the Police Department and other emergency agencies, the workers will receive four hours of classroom training on how to spot and respond to potential terrorism threats. The course is taught by off-duty police academy instructors. The workers are warned to be on the lookout for cars or trucks that are parked near buildings for a long time, or that have no license plates; for anyone who takes pictures of the building or lingers too long outside; and for new tenants who move in with little or no furniture. Full Story

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