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  • February 17, 2022 2:45 PM | Jared Oakden, PSP (Administrator)

    The International CPTED Association

    LIVE WEBCAST Sponsored by CPTED United States - ICA Chapter (provisional)

    EXTREMISM AND CPTED - FROM THE 3Ds TO 3Cs

    Thursday, March 17, 2022
    12Noon (Mountain Time)

    Members from all regions are welcome to attend!

    More information
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    Register
     https://bit.ly/3KUue3h

    #webcast #CPTEDUnitedStates #CPTED #extremism
    Gregory Saville
    Pamela B. Daniels
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    Randy Atlas
    Rene Berndt, AIA LEED AP
    Patrick McCully
    Chris Anquist, MA


  • January 25, 2022 11:08 AM | Jared Oakden, PSP (Administrator)

    We have been invited to join in on a webinar hosted by the Denver chapter of ASIS. Details are below.

    Scope

    Discuss the primary drug trend problems in the United States, regardless of what community you live in. The opioid crisis and the flood of other drugs has reached epidemic proportion in many of our communities. Learn more about this national challenge and other emerging drug trends. Drug traffickers are intentionally adding fentanyl to a variety of drugs. Observe examples of current emerging drugs in various forms.

    Upon completion of this webinar, you will be able to:

    · Gain knowledge in drug trends, primarily methamphetamine & opioids

    · Gain an understanding of the drug fentanyl, what it is and its potency

    · Know which drugs are being cut with fentanyl

    · Understand why the drug traffickers are using fentanyl

    · Protect yourself and your loved ones from an fentanyl accidental exposure

    · Have better knowledge in discussing commonly abused drugs

    · Understand Naloxone/Narcan & how it works in opioid overdoses

    Date and time: February 28, 2022, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (Mountain Time)

    Registration: https://asisdenver.com/meetinginfo.php?id=65&ts=1642458577

    Speaker: Gil Van Attenhoven President & Owner of G. Van & Associates Inc., Folsom, CA

    Gil Van Attenhoven has over 29 years of law enforcement experience. He began his career with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department and spent the next 26 years with the CA Department of Justice, Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement (BNE). He held assignments in the Los Angeles and Redding Field Offices, was a Drug Task Force Commander and the Commander of the Campaign Against Marijuana Planting (CAMP) program, a statewide marijuana eradication task force. He retired as a Sr. Special Agent in Charge for DOJ. He spent the last six years as the Director of Training for the CA Narcotic Officers’ Association (CNOA). He is currently an instructor for the Department of Defense Counterdrug programs (MCTC, RCTA, WRCTC), the COPS Office, Bureau of Justice Assistance, CNOA and NCJTC. He was the president of CNOA in 2009 and a Lifetime Member. He also graduated from the FBI National Academy, Class 2009. He was appointed to the CA Commission on POST by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

  • January 11, 2022 9:51 AM | Jared Oakden, PSP (Administrator)

    Chapter Members -

    Please see the below information regarding the 2022 CPP study group which will be led by Mike Betten. Please reach out to him directly with questions or to "enroll", mbn@stowers.org. This is a fantastic opportunity to prepare for the CPP exam.   

    Good Luck!

    Dates : February 8th, 22nd, March 8th, 22nd & April 5th.  9:00 AM to 11:00AM. 

    Location: TBD (most likely Zoom)

    Additional Information: PDF FLYER




  • May 30, 2021 10:27 PM | Alana Hanly (Administrator)


    KC ASIS May 2021 
    Chapter 50 Newsletter


     Word From the Chairman


    I hope this newsletter continues to find all of our chapter members, friends, and families safe and healthy.  As the weather is warming up and the country is opening up we are looking forward to the time we can meet together.  We will continue to have virtual events for the first half of 2021, but we are looking to start having in person meetings starting in August.  We are excited for the upcoming events; we have lined up some exciting speakers.  I look forward to seeing everyone at the next meeting.

    I look forward to seeing you all soon at the next board meeting.

    Best Regards,

    Rick Dunn, CPP
    KC ASIS Chapter Chair



     Chapter Past Events

    APRIL

    Our very own Brock Josephson, Young Professional Committee Chair, gave a presentation focused on developing an effective technology strategy prior to the deployment of security measures is crucial.

    Presentation: Click Here
    Video: Click Here


    MAY

    THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY AND SECURITY
    Our guest presenters Timothy Sutton, CPP,PSP,CHPA and Carrie Goetz gave a presentation as an introduction to the cannabis industry holistically across the globe. Included was a brief touch on some of the requirements pertaining to the local area and ideas for how to get work in the industry.

    To review past events video and presentation click HERE

      News From Chapter Committees                    

    During the last board meeting topics that were discussed:

    • The KC ASIS Auction for the GSX All-Access Pass is Open for Online Bidding until July 15th Please Visit the Online Bidding Website to place your bids. LINK
    • Applications are open for all Chapter Awards until July 15th. We would love to see nominations for Young Professionals and Women in Security for these! Please go to the KC ASIS Page to nominate local professionals here:  Awards
    • Applications for Chapter Awards are due by July 15th, please consider nominating local professionals according to chapter guidelines and eligibility. Any additional questions about eligibility or guidelines can be sent to the board at info@kcasis.org. We would be happy to provide guidance.
    • Currently we are working on the final details of the upcoming Charity Golf Tournament and Awards Ceremony. We will provide more information once dates and venues have been confirmed. 

    Currently there are multiple committee openings for our chapter.  If anyone is interested and would like more information, please send an email to info@kcasis.org and one of the Board Members will follow up.


     2021 Chapter Financials

    Click Here for Chapter Financials


     Members Updates


    Please welcome our newest chapter members:

    Brent Graf – VT-SGI, LLC

    Mark Postnikoff – Centerra Group 

    Madison Webb – Executive Solutions, Inc


     Upcoming Events

    ASIS Kansas City Chapter Meeting – Security Convergence
    June 03, 2021 11:30 AM Zoom Conference


    Today’s threats are a result of hybrid attacks targeting both physical and cyber assets. The adoption and integration of devices have led to an increasingly interconnected mesh of cyber-physical systems (CPS), which expands the attack surface and blurs the once clear functions of cybersecurity and physical security.

    Speaker: Shawn Geib, Director of Security for Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies (FM&T)


    Register Here

     

    June Board Meeting – June 18th, 2021 7:30AM Zoom Conference, RSVP Here

    August Chapter Meeting – August 5th, 2021 11:30AM Zoom Conference, TBD

    Click Here to See All Coming Events



  • February 27, 2021 11:10 AM | Richard Dunn, CPP

    KC ASIS
    February 2021
    Chapter 50 Newsletter


    WORD FROM THE CHAIRMAN

    As we enter our 61st year, I hope that our members, colleagues, families, and friends continue to stay healthy and safe.  2020 has been a challenging year, but the Board is excited to start our next chapter.  This year we are going to continue to bring value to our chapter by inviting interesting and informative speaker, but look forward to conduct in-person events.  We hope to have our first in-person event in August, dependent on City, State and CDC guidelines.

    We are looking for volunteers to join our chapter committees. This is a great way to participate and support the chapter.  Each committee can have more than one person on the team, in fact, it is encouraged.  From my experience with the ASIS KC Chapter, the more that I'm involved, the more I receive in return. If you are interested in a position click HERE

    I look forward to seeing you all soon at the next board meeting.

    Best Regards,

    Rick Dunn, CPP
    KC ASIS Chapter Chair


    CHAPTER PAST EVENTS  

    JANUARY

    We kicked off the year with a presentation from Deputy Allen Kisler, a Master Deputy with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office in Olathe, Kansas since 2001. 

    FEBRUARY

    Our very own Brock Josephson, Young Professional Committee Chair, gave a presentation focused on developing an effective technology strategy prior to the deployment of security measures is crucial.

    Presentation: Click Here

    Video: Click Here

    To review past events video and presentation click HERE

     

    NEWS FROM CHAPTER COMMITTEES

    The Foundation offers a broad range of scholarships for professional certification and higher education. Following is a detailed list of available grants and scholarships. The 2021 application period is open from 1 February to 15 April.  For more information, click HERE.


    2021 CHAPTER FINANCIALS

    Click Here for Chapter Financials


    MEMBERS UPDATES

    NAME                     COMPANY

    Samuel Alva           Cyber Security Infrastructure Agency

    Ruben Bulgin          LifeLine Foods

    Will Grogan             Johnson Controls

    Alana Hanly            Kenton Brothers Systems for Security

    Philip Heisse           City of Overland Park

    Giorgia Schmidt      Allied Universal Security Services

    Scott Thomas          Genetec


    UPCOMING EVENTS

     

    Click Here to See All Coming Events


    Copyright © 2021 KCASIS. All rights reserved.
    Contact email: info@kcasis.org

                                         


  • October 06, 2020 9:59 PM | Richard Dunn, CPP


    KC ASIS
    September 2020
    Chapter 50 Newsletter

     

     WORD FROM THE CHAIRMAN

    60th Anniversary 1960 - 2020

    I hope that our members, colleagues, families, and friends continue to stay healthy and safe.  It feels that we are now in a new normal, things are opening up but with new protocols.  GSX+ took place completely online, schools have opened in-person, virtually and hybrid, and businesses are learning how to operate in this new environment.  Even our beloved Royals and Chiefs have taken the field, with minimum fans in the seats. 

    This month we had the opportunity to honor and present the Clarence M. Kelley Award to Chief Thomas Hongslo, Lenexa, KS Police Department.  Bill Carroll, Chapter Vice-Chair presented the award with Kansas City Crime Commission President, Rick Armstrong.  The presentation was recorded and presented at the Crime Commission virtual annual luncheon ceremony.

    The chapter was honored at the recent GSX+ with the Best Website Award, and was runner-up for Best Newsletter Award. This year has been challenging, but we have continued to persevere to be the best chapter possible.  The chapter board looks forward to the time when we can all meet again in person, sometime in mid-2021.  We will continue to plan and host informative events and find ways where we can socialize virtually. Thank you for your support, and I look forward to seeing everyone at our next virtual event.  

    Best Regards,

    Rick Dunn, CPP
    KC ASIS Chapter Chair

      CHAPTER PAST EVENTS                       

    AUGUST

    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

    SEPTEMBER

    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.

      NEWS FROM CHAPTER COMMITTEES                       

    A major chapter function that we will commence with the October Luncheon is opening the election for the 2021 board. Most of the 2020 board would like to continue our tenure on the chapter board. Due to work commitments, Sean Burns is stepping down as Chapter Secretary, and Jared Oakden would like to transition to that position.  If anyone is interested in the open Chapter Treasurer position or would like to run for Chapter Chair, Vice-Chair, or Secretary please send an email to chairman@kcasis.org.  We will put your name on the ballot, and open the online voting 15 October.

     2020 CHAPTER FINANCIALS

    Click Here for Chapter Financials

     MEMBERS UPDATES

    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

     UPCOMING EVENTS

    October Chapter Meeting - October 15, 2020, Zoom
    We are commemorating 60 years of Security excellence in Greater Kansas City.  The Greater Kansas City Chapter was chartered on October 6th, 1960. The chapter has witnessed a lot during these past decades. 
    Our guest speaker will be ASIS President - 
    Godfried Hendriks

    November Chapter Meeting - TBD
    We will honor our veterans and announce the 2021 board.

    December Chapter Meeting - TBD
    The new board will be sworn in. Afterward we will have a vitrual holiday party.

    Click Here to See All Coming Events

    Copyright © 2020 KCASIS. All rights reserved.
    Contact email: info@kcasis.org


  • July 22, 2020 8:48 PM | Richard Dunn, CPP

       



    KC ASIS
    June 2020 
    Chapter 50 Newsletter

     

     WORD FROM THE CHAIRMAN

    60th Anniversary 1960 - 2020

    I hope that our members, colleagues, families, and friends continue to stay healthy and safe during these challenging times. Just when you thought things couldn't get stranger, June happened. We have finished our fourth month dealing with COVID-19 in Kansas City, and the new normal is starting to settle in. It feels like a life time ago that we had our last in person chapter luncheon, hopefully in August we will be able to have an in-person event.  2020 is half way over, but the Chapter is still striving to provide engaging topics and events. The board and I appreciate everyone's patience and support as we continue to find novel ways to provide quality presentations and events for the chapter. 

    The Greater Kansas City Chapter is not the only organization to be affected by the Corona virus. GSX is transitioning to a virtual-only environment for its 2020 event, GSX+ is a fully virtual experience that includes CPE-eligible education sessions, a robust Marketplace (virtual exhibit hall), and peer-to-peer networking. View the GSX+ Schedule At-a-Glance.  .

    In support of Officer Mike Mosher's family, please consider making a donation in memory of Officer Mosher please, memorial page.

    Again, I'm truly honored and humbled to be the 2020 Chapter Chair for this great organization. If you have any questions or recommendations please contact me at chairman@kcasis.org.

    Best Regards,

    Rick Dunn, CPP
    KC ASIS Chapter Chairman

    June Chapter Events

    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.

      NEWS FROM CHAPTER COMMITTEES                       

    LAW ENFORCEMENT LIASION

    • The board is looking for ideas for the 2021 Public-Private Partnership (P3) Grant, this grant is awarded to a full-service law enforcement agency to support an active P3 program.

    We are still looking for Chapter Committee Chair volunteers to finish out the year. If you are interested contact a board member or email info@kcasis.orgClick Here for volunteer opportunities.

    Legislative Committee

    Mentorship Program Committee

    Public Relations

    Communication Committee

     2020 CHAPTER FINANCIALS

    Click Here for Chapter Financials

     MEMBERS UPDATES


    Please welcome our newest chapter members:

    John Brown  - Iron Arsenal

    Lucas Jury - Burns & McDonnell

     UPCOMING EVENTS

    Interface - July 16, 2020, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

    Overland Park Convention Center

    ASIS Greater Kansas City 2020 Golf Charity Event August 12, 2020

    2021 Golf Tournament is being scheduled for May.

    Click Here to See All Coming Events

    Copyright © 2020 {ASIS International, Greater Kansas City Chapter}. All rights reserved.


  • June 09, 2020 9:00 PM | Richard Dunn, CPP

    KC ASIS
    May 2020
    Chapter 50 Newsletter

     WORD FROM THE CHAIRMAN

    60th Anniversary 1960 - 2020

    I hope that our members, colleagues, families, and friends continue to stay healthy and safe during these challenging times. We have finished our third month
    dealing with COVID-19 in Kansas City.  It feels like a life time ago that we
    had our last in person chapter luncheon.  The board and I appreciate
    everyone's patience and support as we continue to find novel ways to
    provide quality presentations and events for the chapter. 

    Sadly, we have had a loss to our Greater Kansas City Law Enforcement family.  Officer Mike Mosher, with the Overland Park Police Department, was killed while investigating a hit-and-run incident he witnessed while on the way to work.  For those who would like to make a donation in memory of Officer Mosher
    please visit the chapter's
     memorial page.

    Again, I'm truly honored and humbled to be the 2020 Chapter Chair for this great organization. If you have any questions or recommendations please
    contact me at chairman@kcasis.org.

    Best Regards,

    Rick Dunn, CPP
    KC ASIS Chapter Chairman


    May Chapter Events


    DHS Protective Security Advisors discussed a myriad of items that DHS can provide and support industry.  Some of the subjects discussed were Exercises and Training, Chemical Facilities, and Terrorism Standards.


     


    On May 21, chapter members enjoyed a virtual Happy Hour with their
    favorite beverage.  Discussion was loose, lively, and with a lot of laughs. A
    special shout out to Brandee Gary and Jon Gann for bringing trivia
    questions. Be on the look out for our next social event.

      NEWS FROM CHAPTER COMMITTEES                       

    ASIS FOUNDATION LIAISON

    Deadline for the following awards have been extended to 30 June.

    • Chapter Community Service Award 
    • E.J. Criscuoli, Jr., CPP, Volunteer Leadership Award
    • Chapter Newsletter of the Year Award 
    • I.B. Hale Chapter of the Year Award
    • Women in Security Global Council Karen Marquez Honors Award
    • Young Professionals Council GSX Experience Award
    • Ralph Day Security Officer Heroism Award
    • Don Walker CSO Center Security Executive Award

    ASIS COUNCIL LIAISON

    • Launch date for the future state ASIS Connect Communities is June 1st.
    • HQ also has a pilot for the newly established ESRM community. 

    LAW ENFORCEMENT LIASION

    • The board is looking for ideas for the 2021 Public-Private Partnership
      (P3) Grant, this grant is awarded to a full-service law enforcement
      agency to support an active P3 program.

    MEMBERSHIP

    • The Chapter will be awarding a complimentary GSX Pass to the chapter
      member that brings in the most new members to the chapter.  This is
      addition to the ASIS International Member Challenge
      (Member-Get-A-Member). Campaign ends 30 June. 

    WIS

    • ASIS WIS Award deadline is 30 June – Please contact Angela Joplin or a board member if you would like to nominate a KC-ASIS member for the award.

    YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

    • ASIS YP Award deadline is 30 June – Please contact Brock Josephson or
      a board member if you would like to nominate a KC-ASIS member for
      the award.
        

    We are still looking for Chapter Committee Chair volunteers. If you are interested contact a board member or email info@kcasis.org

    Legislative Committee

    Mentorship Program Committee

    Public Relations

    Communication Committee

     2020 CHAPTER FINANCIALS

    Click Here for Chapter Financials

     MEMBERS UPDATES


    Please welcome our newest chapter members:

    Travis Roth             - T-Mobile

    Susan Robertson    - YRCW

    Alissia Patty, CPO   - Constellis

    David Patty, PSP     - Constellis

     UPCOMING EVENTS

    Chapter Meeting - June 2020
    Online, TBD

    Interface - July 16, 2020, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    Overland Park Convention Center

    ASIS Greater Kansas City 2020 Golf Charity Event - August 12, 2020
    Deer Creek Golf Course, Overland Park, KS 66209


     

    Copyright © 2020 KC-ASIS


  • May 07, 2020 6:51 PM | Richard Dunn, CPP

    On behalf of ASIS International Greater Kansas City Chapter we were sadden to learn about Officer Mike Mosher passing.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Officer Mosher's family at this time.

    MICHAEL S. MOSHER


    Police Officer Mike Mosher was shot and killed while attempting to arrest a hit-and-run suspect.

    Officer Mosher was off duty, but in his uniform while en route to work, when he witnessed the hit-and-run at West 143rd Street and Antioch Road. He called dispatchers as he followed the vehicle until it stopped near the intersection of West 123rd Street and Mackey Street.

    The driver confronted Officer Mosher with a firearm, leading to a shootout. Officer Mosher and the subject were both killed in the shooting.

    Officer Mosher had served with the Overland Park Police Department for 14-1/2 years. He is survived by his wife and child.

    To attend Officer Mike Mosher's Memorial Services find the dates and times located here.

    Those who would like to make a donation in memory of Officer Mosher can do so on the Overland Park Police Officers Foundation website.

    You can donate to Overland Park Police Officer's Foundation support for Police Officer Mike Mosher's Family.

    You also can buy a shirt and 100% of the net profits will be donated in memory of Officer Michael Mosher to benefit Officer Mosher’s family.

  • April 30, 2020 8:55 PM | Richard Dunn, CPP


      KC ASIS
      April 2020
      Chapter 50 Newsletter

     

     WORD FROM THE CHAIRMAN


    60th Anniversary 1960 – 2020

    I hope that our members, colleagues, families, and friends continue to stay healthy and safe during these uncertain times. We are definitely being challenged, but at the same time there have been countless displays of outstanding character and professionalism by the KC-ASIS chapter members. I'm truly honored and humbled to be the 2020 Chapter Chair for this great organization. This past month we hosted a joint Webinar with InfraGard that had over 100 attendees.The chapter board and committee chairs are continuing to plan for relevant ASIS activities. Please stay connected and informed while we work through these difficult times and stay safe. If you have any questions or recommendations please contact me at chairman@kcasis.org.

    Best Regards,

    Rick Dunn, CPP
    KC ASIS Chapter Chairman


    April Chapter Meeting


    Rick Dunn (KC-ASIS) and Donna Gomez (InfraGard KC) held a joint online education panel discussing the actions that several Greater Kansas City agencies and companies are taking during this pandemic. 

    Panel members:
    Susan Butts (Cox Health)
    Trina Ricketts (Ogletree Deakins)
    Donna Gomez (Johnson County)
    Robert Hope (Burns & McDonald)
    Sean Burns (Securitas)
    Philip Lantz (Black & Veatch)

    The panel discussed issues within their area of expertise, and current steps/best practices they are taking to deal with this issue.  The discussion ended with a Q&A.

    Video                      Presentation


      NEWS FROM CHAPTER COMMITTEES                       

    ASIS FOUNDATION LIAISON
    Deadline for the following awards have been extended to 30 June.
    · Chapter Community Service Award 
    ·
    E.J. Criscuoli, Jr., CPP, Volunteer Leadership Award
    · Chapter Newsletter of the Year Award 
    · I.B. Hale Chapter of the Year Award
    · Women in Security Global Council Karen Marquez Honors Award
    · Young Professionals Council GSX Experience Award
    · Ralph Day Security Officer Heroism Award
    · Don Walker CSO Center Security Executive Award

    ASIS COUNCIL LIAISON
    · Launch date for the future state ASIS Connect Communities is June 1st.
    · HQ also has a pilot for the newly established ESRM community. (Link)

    CERTIFICATION COMMITTEE
    · An APP study group is currently in session, contact Mike Betten, mbn@stowers.org, for more information.

    LAW ENFORCEMENT LIASION
    · The board is looking for ideas for the 2021 Public-Private Partnership (P3) Grant, this grant is awarded to a full-service law enforcement agency to support an active P3 program.

    MEMBERSHIP
    · The Chapter will be awarding a complimentary GSX Pass to the chapter member that brings in the most new members to the chapter.  This is addition to the ASIS International Member Challenge (Member-Get-A-Member). Campaign ends 30 June.  See details

    WIS
    · ASIS WIS Award deadline is 30 June – Please contact Angela Joplin or a board member if you would like to nominate a KC-ASIS member for the award. See details

    YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
    · ASIS International Young professionals celebrating 10 yr anniversary.
    · ASIS YP Award deadline is 30 June – Please contact Brock Josephson or a board member if you would like to nominate a KC-ASIS member for the award.  See details

    We are still looking for Chapter Committee Chair volunteers. If you are interested contact a board member or email info@kcasis.orgClick Here for volunteer opportunities.
    o   Legislative Committee
    o   Mentorship Program Committee
    o   Public Relations
    o   Communication Committee
    o   Border Showdown


     MEMBERS UPDATES


    Please welcome our newest chapter members:
    Daryl Wingerd  -Evergy
    Daryl Reece  -Johnson County KS Sheriff's Office-
    Benjamin Shaw  -Axis Communications
    Christopher Farrell  -United States Marine Corps
    Julie Whistman  -Zoom Video Communications


     2020 CHAPTER FINANCIALS


    Click Here for March Chapter Financials

     UPCOMING EVENTS


    ASIS Kansas City Meeting - DHS Training
     -  May 14, 2020, 11:00 - 1:30 PM
    Online meeting, TBD.

    KC-ASIS Virtual Happy Hour - May 2020
    Online, TBD

    Interface - July 16, 2020, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    Overland Park Convention Center

    ASIS Greater Kansas City 2020 Golf Charity Event - August 12, 2020
    Deer Creek Golf Course, Overland Park, KS 66209

    Click Here to See All Coming Events

    Copyright © 2020 KC-ASIS. All rights reserved.
    Contact email: info@kcasis.org


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