Associate Magazine - FBINAA - Q4 - 2022

A s 2022 winds down, it's time to celebrate and build on our successes, as well as remember our fellow NA grads who have endured many challenges throughout the year. The FBI Academy just celebrated its 50th anniversary of being located at Quantico. We are fortunate to be working with a great group of professionals at the Academy and outstanding group of incoming students, as well as being located at a state-of-the art training facility. Each day when we walk through the halls, we feel the excitement of the new and innovative programs and experiences being shared with law enforcement executives. The 58th National Annual Training Conference in Cleveland was one of the most successful in our history. Congratulations to the Co-Host Committee, Ohio Chapter, Eventive Group, and the National Team for a job very well done! A special thanks to all of our exhibitors and sponsors for their continued support and friendship. We can’t wait for another exceptional conference next summer in Denver. We are back on track with full sessions for the 10-week pro gram. Session #284 is now at the Academy, the fourth session of 2022. While the pandemic postponed a few sessions, we are back on schedule and look forward to a full schedule in 2023. In January, we introduced the FBINAA Leadership Certifica tion Program. The program is a series of courses, open to all law enforcement professionals, that encompass the latest strategies, techniques, and real-world leadership scenarios to prepare each attendee to better lead their respective unit, shift or agency into NATIONAL OFFICE UPDATE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Howard Cook

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the unpredictable future of law enforcement. So far this year we have 1,500+ enrolled in the program and 92 graduates. The 2022-2023 National Board has hit the ground run ning. This is an exciting time as we grow our membership under President Braniff’s direc tion of Reach Out & Re-Engage! With your help, we’ll grow our membership with new mem ber benefits and networking opportunities.

Let us never forget and support our members and their fami lies who continue to endure the conflict and unrest in Ukraine and those who have suffered because of the natural disasters that have devastated their communities. We continue to keep our friends and families in our thoughts and prayers.

Howard M. Cook FBINAA Executive Director FBINA 224


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