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designed to provide to individuals, firms, and agencies a source of
information about LNG, port and maritime security. On the right you will
find sponsors for this informational web page who provide training,
services in the field of maritime and port security.
Firms Offering Maritime
Security Services and Training
Maritime Security and Assessments
Phone: (901) 652-5310
Maritime Security and Training
326 Third Street, Suite 101, Lakewood, NJ 08701
Phone (732) 730-5335
Seaport Security Consultants.
P.O. Box 26047, Tamarac, FL 33320
Phone (754) 204-3022
4151 River Road, Wellsburgh, WV 26070
Phone: (304) 394-5104
Maritime Protective Services, Inc.
100 E. Linton Blvd., Suite 408B, Delray Beach, FL 33483
Phone (561) 330-2020, Fax (561) 330-2260
Threat Resolution Ltd.
"British anti-piracy escort vessels and armed/unarmed
security officers for Gulf of Aden transits"
Offices in London and Middle East
+44 (0) 7500661812, E-mail:
McMillan Offshore Survival Training
148 Waterville Road, Belfast, ME 04915
Phone (800) 379-6678
"Armed Defensive Security for US Flagged Vessels"
4124 Monument Court, Suite 301, Fairfax, VA 22033
Tactical Defense Concepts
P.O. Box 139, Spring Lake, NJ 07762
Phone (732) 267-6046
Marine Security Services
USCG - SOLAS - ISPS Consultants
17 Battery Place, Suite 1226, New York, NY 10004-1110
Phone (212) 889-3000
"The High Risk Specialists"
4-5 Park Place, London SW1A 1LP
K & M Sea-Marshals
Sea Security Services, LLC
5543 Toluca Court, Las Vegas, NV 89210
Vessel Extractions, LLC
Place St. Charles, 201 St. Charles Ave., No. 114-271, New Orleans, LA
Phone (504) 617-6485
Firms Providing Maritime and Port Security Products and Equipment
Fabrications. Anti-terrorist boat barriers.
Maritime Security Systems
"Security systems for the maritime shipping industry"
Ringgold, GA 30736
Phone (423) 413-4394 E-mail
Boat barriers, floating security barriers, command & control, waterside
and port security, intrusion detection and access control.
Maritime homeland security, port security, and coastal erosion prevention.
Institutional Maritime and Port
Security & Emergency Response Training. Massachusetts
Marine Firefighting Institute.
College - State University of New York.
Agencies and Organizations
Coast Guard Homeland Security.
Administration. Department of Transportation.
Security, Maritime Administration, Department of Transportation.
Securing U.S. Ports. U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Maritime Security. International
Private Sector Organizations and
Association of Port Authorities.
Pacific Area Network (APAN) Maritime Security.
of Canadian Port Authorities. Port security resources.
Cargo Security International.
Security Industries Association. Port and Maritime Security.
Association of Ports and Harbors. Port Security.
Cargo Security Council.
NI2 Center for
Service Association (OMSA).
Transportation Institute's Maritime and Port Security Resource Page.
United States Airport & Seaport Police.
Maritime and Port Security News Resources and Blogs.
Maritime and Port
Security News. MSSR, Inc.
Terrorism Research Center.
Port Security, Maritime Security, and Homeland Security Blog.
Pistris, Inc. Maritime Security News.
Port and Maritime Security News by Homeland Security Watch.
Maritime Security Publications, Guides, and
to Place the U.S. Coast Guard for Success in the Department of Homeland
Security". by Bruce Stubbs of the Heritage Foundation.
Combat Craft Magazine. Pistris, Inc.
Vulnerability Assessment Tool. NI2 Center for Infrastructure
Strategy for Homeland Security". U.S. Coast Guard, December 2002.
Guidelines for Waterfront Facilities Level I". U.S. Coast Guard.
Security Publications. Counter-Terrorism
Training and Resources for Law Enforcement, Bureau of Justice Assistance.
Threat Guidelines. Passenger Vessel Association.
"Maritime and Port Security White Paper". By Charles Goslin, Duos
Technologies International, Inc. April 17, 2008. (Acrobat Reader pdf document
Security FAQ. National Transportation Library.
and Maritime Security: Potential for Terrorist Nuclear Attack Using Oil Tankers.
CRS Report for Congress, December 7, 2004. (Acrobat Reader pdf file
Munitions at Sea. A Guide for Commercial Maritime Industries.
U.S. Army Phamplet - U.S. Army Ammunition Center.
Security Guidelines for Facilities. USCG NVIC 11-02. 13 Jan
2003. (Acrobat Reader pdf file ).
Security: Better Planning Needed to Help Ensure an Effective Port Security
Assessment Program". GAO Report. September 2004.
(Acrobat Reader pdf file ).
of the Port Security Grant Program". Office of Inspector General,
Dept of Homeland Security. (Acrobat Reader pdf file
OIG-05-10. Jan 2005.
Small Vessel Security Strategy. Report by the Department of Homeland
Security. April 2008. (Acrobat
Reader pdf file
Interactive Map and maritime resources.
Maine Maritime Agencies
Coastal Marine Facilities Inventory
Safety Office. Portland, ME. USCG.
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