Border Security Symposium Press Release #1

February 28, 2024, 2:30 PM


Border Security Symposium to Address National Security, Public Safety, and Economic Impact

[Bloomington] – An upcoming Border Security Symposium, slated for Friday, March 22, is set to convene experts, policymakers, and stakeholders to delve into critical issues surrounding national security, public safety, and the economy. (Click on the above title to continue reading if necessary.)

Organized by McLean County Republicans, this Symposium will feature keynote speaker Tom Homan, former Acting Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), renowned for his expertise in border enforcement and immigration policies.

With border security remaining a top priority for governments worldwide, the symposium aims to foster dialogue and collaboration on key challenges and opportunities facing border security efforts. The event will bring together leaders from various sectors, including law enforcement, academia, industry, and government agencies.

Tom Homan, a distinguished voice in border security, will deliver insights drawn from his extensive experience in law enforcement and immigration control. His keynote address will provide a comprehensive overview of the intersection between border security, national security, public safety, and the economy.

The Border Security Symposium will provide a platform for participants to exchange ideas, share best practices, and develop actionable strategies to address complex border security challenges. Attendees will gain valuable insights into the multifaceted nature of border security and its implications for national resilience, public safety, and economic prosperity.

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