ASIS New Orleans     
NEXT MEETING
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Registration and networking 11:30AM
Meeting 12:00PM

Location:

Cello's

3401 N Hullen St

Metairie, LA 70002


Featured Speaker: 

Craig M. Wiles,

 Associate Special Agent in Charge (SES), Drug Enforcement Administration, New Orleans Field Division


RSVP with number of attendees to:

mailto:jm3312@att.com


Cost: $30 Members $35 Non-Members

NEWS
2016 Chapter Officers

Eric Amerland, Chairman
Peggy Kennedy, Vice Chairman
Joe Mato, Secretary
Bernard Mitchell, Treasurer

Lost Certification Credientials?
Please follow this link to obtain a new copy of your Board Certification Replacement Certificates

MEMBERSHIP INFO
Chapter 29 MEMBERS:
Please email our webmaster with any changes in your contact information so that we can keep you updated on Chapter 29 Events

To renew your membership, click the following link:

http://www.asisonline.org/renew



ASIS International Region VII website

Chapter 29 web contact:
Kent Lirette, PSP, CPP
email: kent.lirette@danos.com

Meeting Minutes


January 26th, 2017


 Meeting called to order at 12:00 PM


Pledge of Allegiance and invocation was led by Kent Lirette


Attendees introduced themselves.


Old Business/Announcements:


Eric Amerland mentioned an email would be sent announcing open ASIS positions to be filled.

 

Elections were held in December and the following officers were sworn in by past Chapter Chairman Kent Lirette:


Chairman:           Eric Amerland

Vice Chairman:   Peggy Kennedy

Secretary:           Joe Mato

Treasurer:           Bernard Mitchel


New Business:


The meeting venue was voted and changed to Cello’s and the meeting date was changed to Wednesdays.


Guest Speaker:


Eric Amerland introduced our guest speaker Colonel John N. Fortunato, Public Information Officer, Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office.


Fortunato started by giving his background.  He discussed a few high-profile cases including the Westwego police shooting and Malcolm Wallace murder in the N. Laurel area of Jefferson Parish.


Fortunato spoke about the success with license plate recognition system and further explained how it works.  He shared that the system will automatically notify a local patrol officer if a stolen or BOLO vehicle is picked up.


Fortunato discussed the JPSO Central Intelligence Center (CIC). The CIC includes 49 officers who utilize software to help solve crimes.  CopLink software is a huge database that can instantly make connections between suspects and phone numbers, addresses, known associates, bunk mates in prison, co-workers and a host of other associations. In addition, the software can search for types or colors of vehicles or partial license plate numbers from Jefferson Parish's 60 License Plate Recognition cameras, strategically placed throughout the parish.


Fortunato discussed the JPSO Crimetracker software which allows the public to check for crime in their local area.


Fortunato also discussed Geofencing, which picks up activity, posts, social media information on shootings, crime, etc.


Fortunato took questions and thanked us for the time to present.


Fortunato thanked those in attendance for taking the time to come to the meeting. 


Eric noted the next regular meeting of the chapter would be February.


The meeting was adjourned at 1:30 PM.


*****************************************************************

Meeting Minutes

September 29th, 2016

 

Meeting called to order at 12:00 PM

 

Pledge of Allegiance and invocation was led by Eric Amerland

 

Attendees introduced themselves.

 

Old Business/Announcements:

Ron Martin provided an ASIS convention update.  There were over 20,000 attendees and 700-800 vendors.

 

New Business:

Eric & Ron discussed a committee to bring the ASIS convention to New Orleans.  Eric asked for volunteers.

Eric mentioned our last meeting of the year will be on October 27, 2016.

Eric mentioned we will have a holiday party in December.

 

Guest Speaker:

 

Eric Amerland introduced our guest speaker Fabian P. Blache III, Executive Secretary & Chief Administrative Officer of the Louisiana State Board of Private Security Examiners (LSBPSE).

 

Fabian started by giving his background.  The mission of the foundation is to make New Orleans a safer city in which to live, work and visit.  Fabian is working to turn credentials into licenses.  His organization as implemented e-licensing, speeding up the process for licensing, etc.  His organization has implemented metrics and reports with post-checks.

 

Fabian took questions and thanked us for the time to present.

 

Fabian thanked those in attendance for taking the time to come to the meeting.  Eric noted the next regular meeting of the chapter would be October.

The meeting was adjourned at 1:30 PM.



 



© 2000 - 2017 ASIS New Orleans All Rights Reserved.