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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 Certification Review

"The ASIS Denver Mile-High Chapter is again hosting annual refresher courses to help you prepare for the CPP or PSP certification examinations.  We will present key materials over two consecutive Saturdays for about 16 hours of concentrated review of the test domains and areas of interest.


CPP - March 14 & 21 0900 - 1630

Click here to enroll for the CPP Course

PSP - April 11 & 18 0900 - 1630

Click here to enroll for the PSP Course


Anschutz Health and Wellness Center 12348 East Montview Blvd Aurora, CO

(Between Quentin and Racine Streets)

To obtain testing information and pre-requisites, please visit https://www.asisonline.org/Certification/Board-Certifications/CPP/Pages/default.aspx and download the brochure.  Each certification booklet outlines requirements, source materials and domains for study.

So that we can plan to support these classes for the three Front Range Chapters, please let us know your interest in taking one or both of these two-day courses.  Please email Robin Brown, the Certification/Training Committee Chair with your interests, general calendar concerns, and any questions you may have at Robin.Brown@UCDenver.Edu "

For more information Click Here.

What I Learned About Security Metrics !

Eric Smith is the HSS Director of Security for the Denver region of SCL Health System. Prior to joining HSS, Eric servced as a police officer in Boulder, CO for over a decade.

The following is some training materials that have been presented by Eric, during his recent seminar for the October ASIS Membership Meeting:

ASIS Metric Handout (PDF)
What I Learned About Metrics (Powerpoint)

ASIS International Webinars

Webinars provide timely updates on current events, global issues, and changes in security practices as well as contact with security experts and prominent practitioners.

Look what's on the calendar so far. Additional titles will be added throughout the year.

Communicating in a Crisis | February 25

Organizational Resilience - An International Perspective | February 26

26 Safe School Standards | March 19

Managing Contractors Onsite | April 16

Case Study of a Transnational Threat: Lashkar-e-Taiba | May 21 How to Protect a Company's Perimeter | June 11

Critical Infrastructure Protection from a Private Security Perspective | August 20

Use of Social Media for Screening Employee Candidates & Mentoring Current Employees | December 10

For more information, and to register Click Here.

NOTE: The purchase of a subscription does not automatically register you for all upcoming webinars. Once subscribed, you must register for each webinar of interest to you.















March Membership Meeting - Active Shooter with Jimmy Graham


Trouble registering? Please contact our Chapter Treasurer, Vincent Wincelowicz at vwincelowicz@regis.edu or telephone 303-964-5315

Location :       Piccolo Italian Restaurant

                        3563 South Monaco Parkway

                        Denver, CO 80237

Date:               Wednesday, March 18th

Time:              5:30 p.m.  Networking

                        6:30 p.m.   Meeting

                        7:00 p.m.  Dinner  &  Speaker

Cost:               $25.00

                        (tax and gratuity included)

James “Jimmy” Graham

-Honorably served over 15 years in the U.S. Navy SEAL Teams, received various medals, awards, and commendations for exceptional service including a medal for Heroism by the President of the United States of America. Read More about Jimmy Graham.