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January Meeting and Updates.

January Meeting and Updates.

The January Meeting was a great success!  We are pleased to announce that we had over 30 attendees to our meeting on 1/10/19 at the wonderful Detroit Institute of Arts.

Mr. William Cousins shared his insight and experience in the changes to the law regarding the legalization of marijuana and the corresponding security ramifications. As this meeting was eligible for Continuing Professional Education (CPEs) all attendees will be receiving a PDF certificate soon.

We would also like to remind everyone that our annual chapter dues of $35 can now be paid. Please go to: https://asisdetroit.org/membership/ and click on the big red PAY HERE button to proceed. Your chapter dues help to underwrite our meetings, provide scholarships and assist in maintaining the chapter.

Your 2019 ASIS Detroit leadership team is looking forward to an exciting year. As always, your feedback is welcomed and appreciated. Please send any suggestions to Info@asisdetroit.org

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Officer Collin Rose Memorial Foundation Scholarship – Application Open

Officer Collin Rose Memorial Foundation Scholarship – Application Open

The Officer Collin Rose Memorial Foundation Scholarship honors the memory of fallen Wayne State University Police Officer Collin Rose. He was murdered while on a street investigation in Detroit in November 2016. He was pursuing a master’s degree from the university at the time of his death.

Award Amount: $1,000.00.

Additional information can be found by clicking this link.

If You See Something, Say Something

If You See Something, Say Something

If You See Something, Say Something

It seems that active shooter events are occurring with a greater frequency and it is striking fear and anxiety in many people.  It is commonly thought that most active shooter events, like lone wolf terror attacks are impossible to stop.  People generally believe the lone wolf attackers are nearly invisible, that they do not communicate with others, and that is why they are so hard to detect and disrupt.  Recent studies have challenged these beliefs and we are actually finding that in about half of all terror events the perpetrators give some indication of their extreme views and/or their intention to commit violent acts.  Much like the lone wolf terrorists, we believe the active shooter in our schools, in our workplaces, and in our homes are not as invisible as is often assumed and their intention to commit violent acts are often announced.  They often announce their feelings and intentions to close family and friends, to classmates, or on line on social media.

We need to be aware, we need to listen and we need to remind ourselves – If You See Something, Say Something.  The attached paper (click here) discusses these issues in more detail.

 

John C. Harris – Intel Specialist
Detroit Police Department
Crime Intel Unit – DPD SHIELD
1301 3rd Street, Suite 7-S
Detroit, Michigan 48226

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ASIS Detroit Chapter
Phone: (248) 306 9076
Email: info@asisdetroit.org

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