ADL Hosts Israeli Police Commander for Law Enforcement Briefings

  • June 29, 2015


The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region was pleased to host an Israeli police commander in late May to conduct briefings with local law enforcement agencies. Chief Superintendent Roy Valdman, Head of the Investigations Division for the Israel Police Central Unit in Tel Aviv, visited Denver May 26-29.


Valdman presented briefings on the dual role of the Israel Police in conducting classical police work and countering terror. He conducted briefings with multiple agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Colorado Bureau of Investigation, Colorado State Patrol, Denver Police Department and Aurora Police Department.  More than 100 law enforcement officers participated in the briefings.


In addition to conducting briefings with local law enforcement agencies, Valdman met with the Mountain States Region’s Law Enforcement Committee.


Valdman travelled to Denver before teaching at ADL’s Advanced Training School (ATS) in Washington, D.C. ATS is a premier counterterrorism training program attended by law enforcement executives and commanders from across the nation. ADL and the Israel Police are long-term partners in providing critical counterterrorism training to law enforcement officers in the United States.