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Melinda Quiat to be inducted as ADL Regional Board Chair at June 13 Annual Meeting

The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region is pleased to announce that Melinda Quiat will be inducted as its new Regional Board Chair at its Annual Meeting on June 13. Ms. Quiat will follow in the footsteps of her father Gerald M. Quiat, who was Regional Board Chair from 1980 – 1982.  Ms. Quiat, a long-time member and supporter of ADL

ADL Expert Provides Training on Extremist Threats

The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region provided training on the threats posed by white supremacists and anti-government adherents for several law enforcement and government agencies in August. Joanna Mendelson, Senior Investigative Researcher and Director of Special Projects for ADL’s Center on Extremism, conducted the trainings. Mendelson conducted a training on Aug. 23 for nearly 100 individuals on the “sovereign citizen”

Colorado Law Enforcement Officers Participate in ADL Training on Extremist, Terrorist Threats

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) held the 31st session of its Advanced Training School (ATS) on extremist and terrorist threats, a course that has come to be recognized as one of the premier law enforcement counter-terrorism trainings in the country. Two senior Colorado law enforcement officers attended the training. The three-day program featured ADL’s own subject matter experts on white supremacy,

ADL Responds to Hate: Read the Spring Dateline Newsletter now!

Check out the Spring 2017 issue of Dateline, the Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region’s newsletter. The edition focuses on what ADL is doing to respond to hate and bias in the legislature, in schools and across the community. The issue also recognizes our many generous donors, and includes information about upcoming events such as ADL’s Annual Meeting on June 15 with featured

Colorado Law Enforcement Officials Participate in ADL Training on Extremist, Terrorist Threats

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) held the 30th session of its Advanced Training School (ATS) on extremist and terrorist threats, a course that has come to be recognized as one of the premier law enforcement counter-terrorism trainings in the country. Three senior Colorado law enforcement officers attended the training. The three-day program featured ADL’s own subject matter experts on white supremacy,