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Chapter Chair Column

February 2015

Greetings ASIS Denver Mile High Chapter Members.

Over the last month I have hit the ground running it has been a fast start to the year. First, our chapter has an awesome team of leaders. I think you will be pleased with all that is happening.

• Robin Brown has put together a phenomenal certification, CPP review and educational program for this year and I would encourage everyone to take advantage of their career, credential, and educational opportunity.

• John Incampo and Sam Adair are putting together a great list of speakers for our monthly meetings that will be motivational, educational, and beneficial in your personal and professional life.

• We have been working to get the website current and up-to-date. Soon you will see career job opportunities, local security news and updates as well as national security news.

In the coming weeks there will be a chapter survey sent out to our membership. Your feedback, comments and suggestions will help your executive board make decisions that will benefit our chapter and all its members. Please take the time to complete the survey when it arrives in your email inbox. Tell us what we are doing well and tell us where you think we can improve.

As your Chapter Chair I am committed to:

1. Listening to our members

2. Remaining open to change

3. Taking action for the benefit of all

4. Doing everything we can to advance the careers of our members

Lastly there are openings on all of the chapter committees which provide great opportunities to become involved. Our committee chairs can use your help, your suggestions and your experience. This is an easy way to get involved. Participate!

As always, I am open to your comments, suggestions, questions, and concerns. Please feel to email me or any board member. Hope to see you at our February 18th meeting.

Ron Meyer ASIS Denver Mile High Chapter Chairman

Professional Development

CPP / PSP Certification Review Courses


Here is an opportunity to move your career forward. The Denver Mile High Chapter is offering a PSP Certification prep course.

Physical Security Professional (PSP)


April 11 and April 18 from 0900 until 1630


Anschutz Health and Wellness Center

12348 East Montview Blvd

Aurora, CO

(Between Quentin and Racine Streets)


Chapter Member - $50.00

National Only Member - $100.00 (Includes 2015 chapter membership)


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Denver Mile High Chapter Board Meeting


Presented By

Nathan Bandaries


Nathan Bandaries currently holds the position of Senior Investigator of Organized Retail Crime for Safeway Inc. Nathan has been in the retail Loss Prevention field for over 18 years. Nathan was most recently transferred by Safeway from the Dallas Texas market to Colorado to start an ORC program for Safeway in Colorado. Nathan holds an Associate’s Degree in Psychology from Bossier Parrish Community College in Louisiana. Prior to Safeway Nathan worked in Loss Prevention in various positions for The Home Depot and K-Mart.

Nathan was instrumental in getting legislation on Organized Retail Crime passed in Texas during the 2007 legislative session. Nathan was also the first outside of Law Enforcement to be authorized to teach at the Dallas Police Academy on the topic of retail crime.

In 2010 the International Association of Property Crime Investigators named Nathan as their Investigator of the Year for his partnership and results with the Plano Police Department in Texas. Nathan speaks nationally on the topic of Organized Retail Crime.


Location :   Piccolo Italian Restaurant

                   3563 South Monaco Parkway

                   Denver, CO 80237

Date:          Wednesday, April 15th

Time:          5:30 p.m.  Networking

                   6:30 p.m.  Meeting

                   7:00 p.m.  Dinner & Speaker

Cost:          $25 (includes dinner, tax & tip)