I have scheduled our District 5 training for Wednesday, March 22, 2017 beginning at 11 AM. We will hold the meeting at Mossy Pond Lodge, located at 3099, Mayberry Rd, Patterson, GA 31557. We will have a block of instruction presented by Special Agent Joey Roundtree of Homeland Security Investigations. Mossy Pond will be providing lunch for us as well.
Additionally, we will need to hold an election for the District 5 elected representative. I expect we will do this immediately following lunch and prior to training.
Mossy Pond Retrievers will be putting on a dog training demonstration following the training.
Mossy Pond has also invited everyone to stay and shoot skeet as well. Shotguns and shells will be provided for any one interested.
If you can attend please RSVP Angel Robson at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 21st so we can have enough food prepared.
I hope to see each of you on the 22nd.
Chief of Police
Blackshear Police Department
219 Nichols St.
Blackshear, GA 31516
Details Coming Soon……..
Details coming soon…….
** This class is for newly appointed chiefs and command staff (must have referral letter from chief to attend).
For more details, contact Monica Duran, Training Coordinator at 770-495-9650 or email@example.com .
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5TH, 2017
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
GACP-DISTRICT 3 MEETING & TRAINING
Entrust – Empower – Expect
Building tomorrows success today
The Triple E philosophy comes from years of watching great companies fail and average companies succeed. What makes a successful company? Is it profits? Is it size? Is it longevity? Is it even measurable? The bottom line is that successful companies are defined by themselves. What do they want to measure or how do they want to be viewed? One thing is for certain, success starts one step at a time. The Triple E philosophy helps organizations identify those steps and build tomorrows success today.
So, what exactly is the Triple E philosophy? In its simplistic form, it is Entrust the right people, Empower them to perform, and Expect results.
2 Hours Executive Credit
Columbus Police Department
Public Safety Complex- Community Room
510 10th Street
Columbus, GA 31902
Contact: Michelle Meadows
On April 12-13, 2017, the Georgia Association of Women in Public Safety will hold a training conference in Forsyth, Ga at LaQuinta Inn and Suites. Topics will include Recognizing Bias, Leadership, Community Resilience Model and Civil Rights and Liberties.
If you are interested in attending, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
**This training does not qualify for executive level credits.**
More Details-Coming Soon
9:30 – Breakfast
From: Chief Bill Westenberger, Kennesaw PD; Director John Robison, Alpharetta Department of Public Safety
What: District 11 Monthly Meeting
When: Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Time: 11:30 AM
Where: Golden Corral – Kennesaw
The next GACP District 11 luncheon will be held Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:30 a.m. at: Golden Corral, 700 Ernest Barrett Pkwy, Kennesaw, 30144. Directions: Exiting I-75 or I-575, turn west and it is located on the right, just past Cobb Place Blvd.
This month’s program will be: Capt. Dennis Valone, Alpharetta Police Department
We look forward to seeing everyone. If you have any questions, please contact me at 770-429-4535, email@example.com or Director Robison at 678-297-6342,
Thank you all for your continued support through your attendance and participation.
Chief of Police
Kennesaw Police Department
2539 J. O. Stephenson Avenue, Kennesaw, GA 30144
770-429-4535 (main) | 770-429-4537 (fax)
This is a reminder that our April meeting is scheduled for this Wednesday, April 19, at 1130 hours at BJ’s Buffet in Albany. We have some new chiefs who will hopefully be attending for the first time, so we hope to have a great turnout. See you Wednesday.
Mark A. Scott
Chief of Police
Americus Police Department
229-924-3677 ext. 329 Office
The May District 9 meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 in Lavonia at the Historic Depot. The depot is located at 1269 East Main Street Lavonia, Georgia 30553. A full country breakfast will be served beginning at 9:00 am and training will begin at 10:00 am. Athens Technical College Chief John Gaissert will be presenting “Counter-terrorism in the 21st Century.” He will be discussing the challenge of terror related incidents from a multi-disciplinary perspective including history, tactics, motivation, deterrence and current doctrine. You do not want to miss this training opportunity!
There is no need to RSVP, we will have plenty of food. I look forward to seeing each of you next Wednesday and THANK YOU for allowing me to serve as your District Representative. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me via email or by phone: Office – 706-356-4848 or Cell – 706-371-6770.
District Nine Representative
Chief of Police
City of Lavonia