Lectures and Teaching

Samuel M. Katz lectures law enforcement agencies around the country—and the world—on counterterrorism policy and strategies, as well as on the history of Palestinian and Islamic fundamentalist terrorism. He has taught for USSOCOM, the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security, NATO, and various state Homeland Security departments. 


Agencies represented at his courses have included:


U.S. State Department Diplomatic Security Service, FBI, Secret Service, ATF, U.S. Customs Service, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Defense Intelligence Agency, New York City Police Department, Yonkers Police Department, Indianapolis Police Department, Indiana State Police, Canadian Royal Mounted Police, Royal Netherlands Marine Corps and the Dutch Ministry of Justice, Belgium’s Police Fédérale, Royal Bahamian Constabulary, Canada’s CSIS, New Jersey State Police, Miami-Dade Police Department, Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, South Dakota law enforcement, Honolulu Police Department, and dozens others.