ABOUT The FBI National Academy Associates, Inc. (FBINAA) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest degree of law enforcement expertise, leadership training, and information to law enforcement executives around the world. Association members are graduates of the prestigious FBI National Academy Program. The FBINAA has nearly17,000 members representing all 50 US states and 174 Countries world-wide. The FBINAA is the strongest law enforcement leadership network in the world. Located in Quantico, VA, the FBINAA is a non-political organization and is not affiliated with any special interest group.
VISION Continuous development of the world’s strongest law enforcement leadership network.
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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT
LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
This year marks the 25th year of incorporation for the FBI National Academy Associates Inc. Truly a milestone year and one with many accomplishments. We have come a long way from our humble beginning to a vibrant association with close to 17,000 members. In the area of training and educations we had over 38 hours of training at our Annual Training Conference in Quebec City with very positive reviews. We renewed our Mo- torola Officer Safety and Wellness grant and have trained over 220 train the trainers on this vital topic. We re- ceived the National Certification Program Seal of Excellence from the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training for our Officer Safety and Wellness Program and have executed the CRI-TAC grant with eight partners. You probably noticed the branding initiative within our organization. Our Executive Office team have worked diligently to standardize and refresh our newsletters, website homepage, letter head and signage to name a few. We are also getting ready to launch a new engagement APP. “ FBINAA Connect ,” works to keep you informed with one touch from your smart device. Stay informed via news feeds, messaging with friends, dis- cussions in our forum section and know what your individual chapters are doing to stay in touch! Our core as an organization comes from our members and I encourage you to engage and reconnect because we are the “Strongest Law Enforcement Leadership Network in the World.” I want to conclude by saying that I am very fortunate to work with such a dedicated and selfless Executive Board, but the heart that keeps us together is our Executive Office Staff. Day in and day out they dedicate countless hours to make us stronger and better. We are preparing to dedicated the unveiling of the FBINAA History Wall during the FBINAA Chapter Leadership Summit in Spring of 2019. As we build upon this year’s accomplishments to improve upon the coming year, I know I will be proud to view the wall in the years to come with admiration and appreciation. The bottom line is that I am thankful for my experience with my fellow graduates and the FBI National Academy Associates Inc.
We strive to continue the advancement and sustainability of the FBI National Academy Associates. This year was an especially strong year for the Association with significant accomplishments. Here is a highlight of a few of them.
Education and Training: This is the core of everything we do as it supports our mission of “Impacting com- munities by providing and promoting law enforcement leadership through training and networking.” By joining together and exchanging best practices and key learnings, we become stronger as an Association. In 2018, we did just that and more. Some of the highlights included: • The Quebec City Conference, which included almost 40 hours of law enforcement training sessions. • Achieved the National Certification Program Seal of Excellence from the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training for our Comprehensive Officer Resilience Train-the-Trainer Program, which provided each attendee 36 hours of In-Person credits. Keeping our members informed of everything the Association is involved in is also a critical service. Some forms of outreach are obvious and in the forefront…others aremore subtle but equally important and impactful. In 2018, we: • Redesigned the website homepage for a cleaner, easier-to-navigate experience. • Completely refreshed the FBINAA Brand and Standards which included Brand Standard Guidelines which impacts everything from email headers to business cards to social media. • Designed the FBINAA Connect APP. This hands on smart phone utility will be used to support our membership, provide you with the latest, relevant NEWS feeds and provide timely content to keep you up-to-date on all the latest information on the Association. The APP will be rolling out in early 2019. We also upgraded our data management system to enhance and improve our valued member engagement. This allows us to communicate more effectively with our members and enabled us to make significant up- dates to our website for improved navigation and engagement. Our online webstore has also had a facelift. Take a look yourself. I believe you will enjoy the shopping experience and see many new items you would like to purchase. It has been a blessed year for me, your Executive Director to continue to serve the members of this Association. I look forward to all the great things we will continue to build on in the future and to working with you and our 48 Chapters... and beyond. The Conference received an favorable rating of 93% for the attendees. • Renewed and fulfilled the Motorola Officer Safety & Wellness Grant.
JOHNNIE ADAMS | Association President NA Session #222
HOWARD M. COOK | Executive Director NA Session #224
Johnnie Adams FBINAA President, 222nd Session
Howard M. Cook FBINAA Executive Director, 224th Session
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THE FBINAA NETWORK
THE FBINAA NETWORK
Retired Members: 5,811
44 US Chapters
4 International Chapters: 770
Africa/Middle East Members: 51
Over 50,000 Graduates
Through the 44 state and 4 international chapters, the FBINAA bridges federal, state, municipal, and international law enforce- ment agencies, as well as, private sector part- ners to share their expertise, technology, and knowledge. These 48 chapters are the heart of the FBINAA. It is at the chapter level where our members, families, and communities are professionally, socially, and personally linked to each other and their region’s law enforce- ment network. 16,500 MEMBERS WORLDWI DE
European Members: 425
174 Countries & US States
US Members: 15,705
Latin America/ Caribbean Members: 127
80 Year History
Asia/Pacific Members: 149
Over 50,000 Graduates
FBI Members: 312
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WORLDWIDE IMPACT… 48 WORLDWIDE CHAPTERS PROVIDE PREMIER EDUCATION & TRAINING
2018 ANNUAL TRAINING CONFERENCE
CHAPTERS Through our 44 state and 4 international chapters, the FBINAA bridges federal, state, municipal, and international law enforcement agencies, as well as, private sector partners to share their ex- pertise, technology, and knowledge. These 48 chapters are the heart of the FBINAA. It is at the chapter level where our members, families, and communities are professionally, socially, and personally linked to each other and their region’s law enforcement network. Education and Training is at the core of the Mission of the FBINAA and its Chapters. In 2018, the FBINAA Chapters conducted over 380 hours of education and training to more than 5,200 members. TOTAL ATTENDANCE 5,200 TOTAL TRAINING OVER 380 HRS
The FBINAA 2018 Annual Training Conference, July 21-24, 2018 , was held in beautiful Quebec City.
The New York State/Eastern Canada Chapter and its Host Committee, along with local law en- forcement volunteers from Quebec City made this annual conference a tremendous success. In addition, the 2018 Annual Training Conference received tremendous support from other section chapters andmany local law enforcement agencies in the New York State/Eastern Canada Chapter. The Annual Training Conference consisted of three and a half-days of networking and education which included 38+ hours of law enforcement training sessions, one required general member- ship meeting (plus an additional meeting for nominations), two major evening events, a welcome reception, opening and closing ceremonies, a professional exhibition, and two after-hours recep- tions. 1,786 participants attended the Conference. Because of the beautiful destination and val- ue of the conference location, the ratio of guests to law enforcement attendees was particularly high at 70% as compared to the usual 50-60% for conferences in metropolitan areas.
The overall experience at this year’s Conference was very positive with a 93% good/excellent rating. This was one of the highest ratings for the Conference in the last ten years.
1,800 PARTICIPANTS 38+ TRAINING HOURS CONSISTENT EXCELLENT RATING ON TRAINING 102 EXHIBITORS 33 LOCAL, NATIONAL AND STRATEGIC ALLIANCES AND SPONSORS
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OFFICER SAFETY & WELLNESS
YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
The FBI National Academy Associates welcomed fifty-eight stu- dents to the FBI National Academy in Quantico, VA for an inten- sive week long leadership program during July 2018. Similar to the FBI National Academy Program, students came from all over the United States, representing 37 US states, Pakistan, England, Honduras, Canada & Puerto Rico. The week focused on core subject matter which included Lead- ership, Ethics, Values and Choices, Juvenile Crime, Character Matters, Goal Setting, Bullying, Ethical Decision Making, Account- ability, Social Media and Financial Responsibility. Students also visited the nation’s capital to visit many impactful museums and memorials including the National Law Enforcement Officers Me- morial, US Holocaust Museum, Yorktown Battlefield and Arling- ton National Ceremony.
OFFICER RESILIENCY, SAFETY & WELLNESS The FBI National Academy Associates seeks to save lives, families, and careers of police officers around the globe. Since 2017, over 350 trainers have completed the FBINAA’s Comprehensive Of- ficer Resilience Train-the Trainer Programs. Funding for these programs was supported through the generosity of the Motorola Solutions Foundation. The FBINAA achieved the National Certification Program Seal of Excellence from the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST) for the Compre- hensive Officer Resilience Train-the-Trainer Program, 36 hours of In-Person credits.
Hear the impact of the program from one of our recent participants:
“What you and the other instructors taught me in the class has truly changed my life in just two and half days. I woke up this morning and wished I was sitting with all of you again...
The first Youth Leadership Program took place in 1998 and as of 2018, 970 students have graduated from the program.
I then focused on the weather. It is raining and stormy today. I sat for a moment and took in the sounds. Normally this type of weather would put me in a bad mood, not anymore. I now look at life for the b lessings that it has to offer. The sounds, the landscape, people, and the vast opportunity it has to offer that I have missed for so many years.
58 STUDENTS 970 YLP GRADUATES 37.5 TRAINING HOURS 12.5 PT HOURS
In closing, I promise to take what I have learned and spread the message to family, friends, and the law enforcement community to help make a positive change in their life.”
COMPREHENSIVE OFFICER RESILIENCE TRAIN-THE-TRAINER PROGRAM 350 INSTRUCTORS CERTIFIED
21ST CENTURY POLICING WEBINAR SERIES In 2018, the FBINAA launched its 21st Century Policing Webinar Series co-hosted by our Strate- gic Partners. These 60-90-minute webinars focused on cutting-edge law enforcement topics and trends and were delivered by law enforcement and public safety experts. Webinar co-hosted partners Verizon, Microsoft, Cellebrite, and NC4. Over 2,000 law enforcement executives partic- ipated in six webinars in 2018.
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AWARDS & RECOGNITION
THE FBINAA LEGACY GIFT The Legacy Gift was established to recognize those organizations whose work strengthens the
The FBINAA expanded the shopping experience for our members in 2018. With the kick off of the new and improved online store, members have access to session specific items and a larger as- sortment of merchandise to include more NA Branded apparel with options for personalization. The new webstore is mobile ready, user friendly, and offers a one stop shop for your personalized items, gifts, apparel, plaques and awards. In addition, members have online access to “The Pro- fessional Reading List” which was launched in early 2018 and is steadily growing. All books on this list are written by NA graduates who are active members and provide a valuable insight to the daily lives of Law Enforcement by sharing their experience and education.
bond between law enforcement and the communities they serve. 2018 Legacy Gift Recipient | RMDJQ-Repaire Jeunesse de Quebec
LIVIO A. BECCACCIO AWARD The Livio A. Beccaccio Award is a living memorial presented to a FBI National Academy Associ- ate member who has demonstrated exemplary character through an act of heroism, outstanding community service, innovation in law enforcement, or leadership reflective of that by which FBI Special Agent Livio A. Beccaccio lived. 2018 Beccaccio Award | Craig J. Tieszen Rapid City Police Department, Session #157 LESTER A. DAVIS PRESIDENTIAL AWARD The Les Davis Presidential Award is presented annually to a person who is selected by the cur- rent Association President. The recipient is someone who the President determines has made an outstanding contribution to the FBINAA. 2018 Lester A. Davis Presidential Award | Harold F. Murphy, Jr., New England Chapter, Session #142 JOHN W. WAGNER, JR. SCHOLARSHIP AWARD (YLP) The John W. Wagner, Jr. Scholarship Award is recognition of the YLP student above all students that demonstrates the attributes of Leadership and Demeanor which the program exemplifies. The Scholarship is provided by Justice Federal Credit Union. 2018 John W. Wagner, Jr. Scholarship Award | Kevin Durney, Sponsored by the Society of Special Former Agents
FBINAA QUANTICO STORE • Brand Management/Protection • Exclusive NA Product Offerings • Fast Convenient Access to Quality Branded Merchandise • One on one Member/Chapter Assistance • Plaque and Award Availability for Session and Chapter Events
Your FBINAA Purchase Helps Further Our Mission “Impacting communities by providing and promoting law enforcement leadership through training and networking.”
NEW ONLINE WEBSTORE • Brand Management/Protection • Quality Product • Personalization for Session Specific • Chapter Specific Personalization • Affinity Back to the FBINAA • 19 Year Relationship with the NA • One stop shop. Competitive Pricing
• Preferred Vendor Listing Available via Homepage • Commemorative Weapons exclusive to the NA
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20,000+ REACH & MAGAZINE CIRCULATION
GOLD ACADEMIC ALLIANCES
ADDITIONAL ENHANCEMENTS FOR MORE ENGAGEMENT 2018 brought many technological advancements and capabilities for the FBINAA. With the up- grade to the member management system, the FBINAA now has many new tools and resources to increase the member engagement and experience. As a leader within the law enforcement com- munity, we continue to expand our reach to the profession with relevant information, content, as well as education and training opportunities. We are proud of the fact that our communications have the highest open and click-thru rates in the industry. THE ASSOCIATE MAGAZINE Readers fully engage in the Associate Magazine on 21st Century policing challenges, trends and issues. Associate Magazine readers can now read the magazine on-line, on any device. The As- sociate Magazine is available in a fully interactive digital version. A full archive of past issues is available on the FBINAA Website , leaving a lasting historical footprint and access. Members and readers have available to them on-the-go content and information. Our digital format has afford- ed readers the ability to share articles or with an easy click, watch videos, product demos or ac- cess additional resources and information. SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS FOR 2018 FBINAA members and constituents can stay up to date with FBI National Academy education and training opportunities, news, announcements, chapter events and happenings with our social media footprint. CHECK US OUT!
Our Diamond Level Alliances
JANUARY 1 – DECEMBER 31 | 2018 Users 159,224 Pageviews 813,073 Unique Pageviews 627,856
FBINAA STRATEGIC Our Strategic Level Alliances
FBINAA AMBASSADOR Our Ambassador Level Alliances
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FBINAA PREMIER Our Premier Level Alliances
BASIC ACADEMIC ALLIANCES
Associate Magazine Pageviews
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AFFILIATE Our Sponsor Level Alliances
FBI National Academy Associates, Inc.
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835,000 Impressions 800 Tweets 7,841 Likes 1,644 Link Clicks 2,874 Followers 994 Retweets 1.7% Average Engagement
5,677 Followers + 1 Million Impressions 84,655
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FBINAA EXECUTIVE BOARD 2018-2019
President Johnnie Adams , Chief Santa Monica College (CA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative, Section I Tim Braniff, Undersheriff Thurston County Sheriffs Office (WA) email@example.com
FBI Unit Chief Jeff McCormick Unit Chief National Academy Unit (VA)
Past President Scott Dumas , Chief Rowley Police Department, (MA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative, Section II Scott Rhoad , Director/Chief of Police University of Central Missouri (MO) email@example.com
Chaplain Jeff Kruithoff , Chief City of Springboro (OH) firstname.lastname@example.org
n Membership Dues/Session n Conferences/Training n Grants n Sponsorships
n Member Donations n Youth Leadership Program
n Conferences/Training n Membership/Session n Store Expenses n Grants
n Youth Leadership Program n Other Program Expenses n Management & General
n Store Revenue n Other Income
1st Vice President, Section II Kevin Wingerson , Assistant Chief of Police Pasadena Police Department (TX) email@example.com
Representative, Section III Grady Sanford , Chief Deputy Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office (GA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Historian J. Patrick Davis , Deputy Director for Law Enforcement Services Chester County Department of Emergency Services (PA) email@example.com
2018 PROGRAM INCOME AND SUPPORT AMOUNT Conferences $1,031,965