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Our greatest resource are the men and women from around the world who work together in public safety and transportation security to make the world a safer place.


The INTERPORTPOLICE is a chartered international organization of transportation police and security authorities at airports and seaports.  Established in 1969 by police authorities of Canada, Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States to fight terrorism and serious transnational crime.

The operations of the organization collectively fall under the Office of the Secretary-General. The organization’s member authorities are police and public safety jurisdictions that serve transportation and border security.

The organization provides technical assistance, best practices, collaborative intelligence, and training for the mutual benefit of the transportation law enforcement and public safety departments; maintaining contact with national and international authorities, implementing operational contracts and programs, and serving as an Ambassador of the Organization.

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Working globally with our law enforcement and security officers we bring together ideas and solutions to make the world a safer place.  The vision of Superintendent Fred V. Morrone; our friend, a colleague, and the incoming president of the board at the time of his death, worked tirelessly not only in his community but reached out globally as a leader to make other communities safe too, all around the world.  He along with his 36 fellow officers from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey perished in the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001.  We continue his vision of “Making the World a Safer Place”.  The INTERPORTPOLICE works closely with the Morrone 9/11 Center for Counterterrorism and Security on technology, education, research, and recognising those persons and organizations that distinguish themselves in the public safety, security, and law enforcement.

Erik Ronningen, Board Director

Morrone 9/11 Center


Many of us have a 9/11 story.  Erik’s story is extraordinary.  He was the last person to make it out of the South Tower.  In his book, FROM THE INSIDE OUT, he tells of his escape from the 71st floor of the North Tower and recounts the nearly incredible experiences of fourteen other survivors in the tautly written account from a day of sudden terror.

Morrone 9/11 Center

An intracal partner of the INTERPORTPOLICE is the Morrone 9/11 Center for Counterterroriums & Security

The Morrone 9/11 Center provides education, research, and best practices for programs and projects that assist authorities and qualified organization across the globe; and allows assistance to both donor and contributing authorities. Morrone was an innovator, forward-thinking, and an advocate to assist countries across the globe to include third world nations.

The Morrone 9/11 Center is a global living memorial to Superintendent of Police and Director of Public Safety Fred V. Morrone of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. His goals was to bridge countries together around the world in public safety and strive to provide international cooperation on terrorism and other serious crime.

Morrone and his 36 fellow officers perished in the World Trade Towers on September 11, 2001. Morrone was the executive vice president and incoming president of the board of the INTERPORTPOLICE at the time of his death.

The Morrone Educational fund was established by the INTERPORTPOLICE in Morrone’s memory and with the coordination with his family in 2002 at the 9/11 Memorial in New York City. In 2016, the Morrone 9/11 Center for Counterterrorism and Security became a qualified U.S. 501c3 research and education organization to further support the efforts of making the world a safer place. Efforts focus on transportation security, public safety, critical infrastructure, and mass event environments.

Website:        The Morrone 9/11 Center is a 501c3 qualified nonprofit

All partner programs are through the Morrone 9/11 Center.  Some programs may provide grants, scholarships, or referral fees to the 9/11 Center, a qualified 501c3 nonprofit.  It is our goal to partner with government and other organizations where great value is brought forward in bringing public safety to mass and critical infrastructure environments.

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