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CHAPTERCHAT He earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in General Studies from the University Of Connecticut. n Lieutenant Colonel Warren “Butch”Hyatt , also a member of the FBI National Academy’s 226th Session, has been promoted to serve as the Lieutenant-Colonel of the Connecticut State Police. Lieutenant Colonel Hyatt is a 27-year veteran of the Connecti- cut State Police. He has worked as a Patrol Trooper, K-9 Handler and a Major Crime Detective and Sergeant. In 2002, Lieutenant Colonel Hyatt was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant where he served as the Commanding Of- ficer of the Central andWestern Districts Major Crime Squads, Troop A, Homeland Security and the Motor Vehicle Fraud Task Force. Lieutenant Colonel Hyatt was promoted to the rank of Major in 2007 where he served as the Commanding Officer of the Western District, the Bureau of Professional Standards and Compliance and his current as- signment as the Commanding Officer of the Bureau of Criminal Investigations. Lieutenant Colo- nel Hyatt began his law enforce- ment career as police officer for the Milford Police Department for a year and a half. During his career, Lieutenant Colonel Hyatt has earned a number of departmental awards, including Meritorious Service Awards, an Outstanding Award for Police Service and multiple Unit Cita- tions. Lieutenant Colonel Hyatt is a graduate of the University of Connecticut Executive Education Program and the FBI National Academy. He earned a Bachelor’s
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INDIANA n Pictured at the YLP gradua- tion on June 26th, 2014 is Indi- ana Chapter representative Riley Thompson (daughter of Mitch Thompson , 202nd Session) and Josef Eisgruber , a representa- tive of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, who is also from Indiana. Josef received a $1,000 certificate of deposit from JFCU as the top overall YLP instructor’s choice. KENTUCKY n Jeff Abrams was appointed as the new Chief of Police for the Frankfort (KY) Police Department. He is a graduate of the 232nd Session and has been employed by the Frankfort Police Depart- ment for 18 years. LATIN AMERICA/CARIBBEAN n Commissioner Sabine Verstraete , Belgium Federal Police visited her friends and classmates all of 216th Ses- sion, Connie S. Gautreaux , Latin America Sec-Tres 2014, (Retired SAC - TBI ) and Julio H. Gautreaux , Coordinator Plan de Seguridad Cuidadana Ministerio de la Presidencia, Dominican Republic. They took a private tour of the Palacio Nacional Republica Dominicana.
(L-R) Riley Thompson and Josef Eisgruber.
Organization” which was enlight- ening as it created a vision for the officer’s professional future. And, “Understanding the Change Process to Improve Successful Transitions” . This module identi- fied the stages of change, know- ing the predictable concerns of those impacted by the change initiative, and developing a process and strategy to success- fully implement the change. This training program was a prelude to our Chapter hosting a three day Leadership Program that afforded us the opportunity to promote the FBINAA as a premier organization in providing quality and cutting-edge leadership training to 52 law enforcement officials and supervisors. While the NA Graduates were participating in leadership development problem solving exercises, the spouses had the delightful experience of a guided tour and gourmet lunch at the Houmas House Plantation and Gardens – the Houmas House has reclaimed its position as the crown jewel of the Louisiana River Road Plantations. The evening activities included hot boiled crawfish, sausage, corn on the cob, and spicy hot potatoes and of course, jambalaya from the Jambalaya Capital of the World – Gonzales, Louisiana.
in Gonzales, Louisiana from March 17-19, 2014. State Presi- dent Tony Bacala , 219th Session, and other members of the Ascen- sion Parish Sheriff’s Office hosted an outstanding conference. The conference was highlighted by valuable training, constructive networking and great food. The event started on Monday night, with the keynote address by Dr. James F. Reilly, a faculty member of the American Military University, treated the attendees to an intriguing and fascinating story of his experiences and the experiences of the space pro- gram at the President’s Banquet. Dr. Reilly is a former astronaut who flew three space shuttle mis- sions and a former crew member of a deep water submersible who spent 22 days under the ocean for the United States Navy. Dr. Reilly’s visit with the Louisiana Chapter was sponsored by the American Military University. presented by Dr. David Corder- man and Mike Ferrence of the Academy Leadership Associates, LLC. Dr. Corderman and Mike Ferrence are both retired FBI Agents who served as instructors at the National Academy. The training program focused on two main areas of leadership de- velopment: “Personal Vision and its Alignment with the Vision of the On Tuesday, the professional training presentation was
Degree with a concentration in Public Safety Administration from Charter Oak State College. FLORIDA n The Florida chapter regrets to report the passing of Charlie O’Neal on July 6, 2014. Charlie attended the 126th Session and graduated in 1981.
(L-R) Connie S. Gautreaux and Commissioner Sabine Verstraete.
LOUISIANA n The Louisiana Chapter held its 2014 Annual State Re-trainer
The next morning the annual
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