Learning Lessons from 9/11 and Addressing Human Trafficking in the Region

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The public is invited to attend a session hosted by the Chester County Economic Development Council entitled Inside the FBI: A Breakfast Briefing.  This presentation provides a view of 9/11 from the perspective of an FBI agent who was at the World Trade Center on that tragic day.

FBI Special Agent Glenn Booth, a Chester County resident, gives a compelling perspective both in words and pictures.  Glenn found himself at the base of the World Trade Center, already beginning his investigation, when the first tower collapsed.  Glenn shares the experience of his own survival and the events surrounding the attack.

He explains how the FBI responded to the terrorist attacks on 9/11, detailing their minute-by-minute response plan following the first plane crash.

He also discusses the FBI’s response to the attacks in the months and years afterward and the FBI’s continued work to identify victims of the attacks.

Glenn has been a Special Agent with the FBI for over 20 years. He was first assigned to New York City from 1998 through 2003.  Booth graduated from Waynesburg College in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in history and a certification in secondary education. After earning a master’s degree in history from the University of Maine, he taught and worked in administration at the University of Arkansas.

In 1998, Booth joined the FBI in New York City, then transferred to Reno, Nevada, where he worked on a variety of crimes from kidnappings to prison assaults. Today, he is assigned to the Philadelphia office and focuses on violent crimes against children.

In addition to discussing 9/11 he will address the issue of human trafficking in the region.

Register online at https://rememberandrecognize.eventbrite.com.

Inside the FBI: A Breakfast Briefing

Friday, September 28

7:45am to 10:00am

Chester County Economic Development Council

737Constitution Drive | Exton, PA 19341

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