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Welcome to ASIS International Greater Kansas City Chapter

Our chapter serves the greater Kansas City area of both Missouri and Kansas.

The security profession makes the world a safer place and has a positive impact on the future of the organizations and stakeholders we serve. ASIS is the global leader in security professional development, education, and standards, transforming lives through the leadership we provide, the communities we create, and the products and services we deliver.​​​

It is the goal of ASIS and this Chapter to serve as an active resource for information on various security and management skills by exposing members to all disciplines so they can become key players in the modern business environment.

I would like to encourage you to review our website for resources and security opportunities. If you are not already an ASIS member now is the perfect time to join.


Event Recap

  • October 13, 2020 9:05 PM | Richard Dunn, CPP (Administrator)

    Julia Pearson, Manager of Security operations, Security Infrastructure, and Physical Access Management was the guest speaker for the September Chapter meeting.  She reviewed and shared how American Family Insurance (AFI) developed its own in-house Threat, Vulnerability, and Risk Assessment (TVRA) program. She explained the pros and cons of formulating and conducing an in-house program vs. hiring an external 3rd party vendor (security consultant) to conduct the assessments.

  • October 13, 2020 9:01 PM | Richard Dunn, CPP (Administrator)

    The Greater Kansas City ASIS Chapter held the 2020 Award Ceremony at the World War I Museum and Memorial. Parkville Police Chief Chrisman and Chapter Chair Rick Dunn presented the following Awards.


    Security Officer of the Year: Danny Calsing

    Security Professionals of the Year: Britney Hommertzheim and Darwin Dupree

    Thomas R. Meyers Award: Officer Ryan Kaighen


  • October 13, 2020 8:49 PM | Richard Dunn, CPP (Administrator)

    We had a very timely virtual Chapter meeting for June, the topic of the event was social protests.  Our special guest was Ben Werner from Honeywell FM&T.

    Of note Ben was the first recipient of the KC ASIS 60th Commemorative Coin.

Focus on Our Members

Please welcome our newest chapter members:

Will Gregory                                    

Michelle Stutheit                                           

Robert Gibson - University of Kansas Medical Center Police Department

Valorie Windsor - Seagate

Gregory Archbold - US Army

Kendra  Cooper - Evergy

Tim Kile - NBKC Bank

Lindsey  D'Agostino                                       

Melanie Millaway - PetSmart

David Nelson, CPP - Black & Veatch

Mike Crutchfield - Prime Healthcare

Christopher Sandefur - GARDAWORLD SECURITY

Stephen Birdsall - CAPSOL,LLC

Jason Asper - Kansas City Missouri Police Department





Contact Us:

PO Box 410043,

Kansas City, MO, 64141

Email: info@kcasis.org

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