LEIU/IALEIA 2017 Annual Training Event


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Chris Adamczyk
Chris Adamczyk is a 16‐year law enforcement veteran from Arizona. In 2008 Chris was tasked with finding ways to integrate real‐time social media into protective details, criminal investigations, and natural disaster response. Since then Chris has been sent to Super Bowl XLIX, The College National Championship, and dozens of other high‐profile events. His real‐time support has been used to gather information from San Diego to Serbia. Chris routinely works with other open source professionals to establish methodologies and workflows for all levels of OSINT expertise and technological acumen. When he is not heading the department's intel squad, he travels around the country teaching social media investigative techniques to public and private sector partners.
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Joseph "Bruce" Adamo
SSA Adamo has been with the FBI for over 20 years and has been assigned to the NDCAC since 2012. He currently is a Law Enforcement Liaison and has served as Program Manager for seveal NDCAC programs. Prior to the NDCAC SSA Adamo was assigned to the Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate where he trained International and Domestic partners on WMD Response. Before his promotion to SSA Adamo was assigned to the Phoenix Division were he worked Special Operations, Drug Intelligence, and Violent Crimes. Before joining the FBI SSA Adamo was a police officer in Charlotte and Thomasville NC.
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John Adams
FBI Director James B. Comey appointed John S. Adams Assistant Director of the Directorate of Intelligence,
effective August 2016.
Mr. Adams entered on duty as a Special Agent with the FBI in 1997. Upon graduating from the FBI Academy, Mr.
Adams was assigned to the Washington Field Office, where he enjoyed a varied career investigating cases related
to espionage, drug trafficking, violent crime, and terrorism.
Mr. Adams has extensive experience investigating terrorist bombings overseas, to include the 1998 bombing of
the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya; the 2000 bombing of the U.S.S. Cole in Aden, Yemen; and the 2003 bombings
of three residential compounds in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Following the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Mr.
Adams led the crime scene investigation and evidence recovery at the Pentagon.
In 2004, Mr. Adams transferred to FBI Headquarters (FBIHQ) to serve as a Supervisory Special Agent in the
Counterterrorism Division's (CTD's) International Terrorism Section, where he managed ongoing terrorism
In 2006, Mr. Adams was assigned to the Knoxville Field Office, where he led the Joint Terrorism Task Force and
later led the Intelligence Program.
In May 2011, Mr. Adams was promoted to Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the National Security Branch of the
Richmond Field Office.
In October 2012, Mr. Adams entered the Senior Executive Service as Section Chief in CTD at FBIHQ, where he was
responsible for Strategic Operations, fostering the integration of intelligence and operations for improved targeting .
In January 2014, Director Corney appointed Mr. Adams as Deputy Assistant Director in CTD, where he led the
Strategic Operations and Intelligence Analysis Branch .
In December 2014, Director Corney appointed Mr. Adams as Special Agent in Charge of the Norfolk Field Office.
Before entering the FBI, Mr. Adams served as a Special Agent of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation .
Mr. Adams obtained a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from East Tennessee State University and completed
post-graduate coursework in Forensic Anthropology at the University of Tennessee.
FBI Director James B. Corney appointed John S. Adams Assistant Director of the Directorate of Intelligence,
effective August 2016.
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Cecilia Anastos
Cecilia Anastos holds a Master’s Degree in Strategic Intelligence w/sp in Middle East Issues, a Graduate Certificate in Cybercrime, and a B.A. in Criminal Justice w/sp in Psychology. In 2005, Ms. Anastos founded Meta
Enterprises, LLC (Meta-Intelligence.com) where she works as Chief Intel Analyst – OSINT, Business/Competitive, Cybercrime and Instructor. Fluent
in five languages, she is a pioneer in the utilization of digitized open source and publicly available information to create actionable intelligence, and in the reduction of digital signatures in the cyberspace domain; and has designed many of the cyber programs currently used at the US Navy Special Operation Forces, police departments, and private sector. She is also an avid reader and a source of knowledge in foreign policy, political affairs, demographic trends, socio-cultural dynamics, transnational gangs, indigenous groups, conflict resolution, and cultures in Latin America, Africa, Europe, and Eurasia, as well as in creating strategic models and analysis of predictability for countries and non-state organizations.
In 2016, Ms. Anastos was inducted as one of the most influential leaders in the field of cybersecurity by the San Diego Business Journal’s SDBJ500. Ms. Anastos lectures on the topics of open source information collection and analysis (OSINT), risk management when online/operational security in the cyberspace domain, illicit non-commercial air traffic; Muslim Brotherhood (terrorist organization), Iran’s non-official financial network (Bonyad), and Hezbollah (terrorist organization). Ms. Anastos teaches at academia (Michigan State University and San Diego State University), police departments, DoD, the private industry, and other government agencies. As a concerned citizen of the United States, and ad-honorem, Ms. Anastos worked as Volunteer Crime Investigator of Cold Cases for the San Diego Police Department (2004,2012-2013), and she was a guest OSINT and OpSec in Cyber Instructor at National Academy FBI - Quantico in 2011-2012, and an instrumental member for the Department of Justice’s CIWG Privacy Committee (2012) for “Developing a Policy on the Use of Social Media in
Intelligence and Investigative Activities.”
She has received many recommendations for her work, being the most recent ones a letter of appreciation from Fishers Police Department (IN) for her ad-honorem OSINT work to aid in the identification of a perpetrator of Internet Crimes Against.
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Bridgette Arnold
Bridgette Arnold serves as a U.S. Special Operations Command Liaison Officer at the Nation’s senior-most counterterrorism element—the National Counterterrorism Center. She is embedded in the Directorate of Intelligence, specifically, the Radicalization and Extremist Messages Group (REM). In this role, she leads outreach and information-sharing between REM and worldwide counterparts throughout the Department of Defense (DoD). Lt. Colonel Arnold also serves as DoD’s front-line source for dissemination of Counter Violent Extremism (CVE) and Counter-messaging intelligence, and tracks trends and policy developments in radicalization, CVE, and counter-messaging. Lt. Colonel Arnold earned a Master’s of Science degree in Strategic Intelligence from the National Intelligence University in 2000 and a certification in Legislative Affairs from Georgetown University in 2016.
Michael Bazzell
Michael Bazzell spent 18 years as a government computer crime investigator. During the majority of that time, he was assigned to the FBI’s Cyber Crimes Task Force where he focused on open source intelligence and computer crime investigations. As an active investigator for multiple organizations, he has been involved in numerous high-tech criminal investigations including online child solicitation, child abduction, kidnapping, cold-case homicide, terrorist threats, and high level computer intrusions. He has trained thousands of individuals in the use of his investigative techniques.

Michael currently works and resides in Washington, D.C. He also serves as the technical advisor for the television hacker drama "Mr. Robot" on the USA network. His books "Open Source Intelligence Techniques" and "Hiding from the Internet" have been best sellers in both the United States and Europe. They are used by several government agencies as training manuals for intelligence gathering and securing personal information.
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Clayton Byford
SFC Clayton Byford has been a Counter Threat Finance Specialist for 6 years in the Illinois National Guard Counter Drug Program and a criminal analyst for four years prior to that serving in the Intelligence section of the Illinois State Police and later in the HIFCA section of the Chicago HIDTA. Now serving in the Maryland National Guard, his current assignment is at NTC in Crystal City, VA. He was selected from his experience as a military intelligence professional to be an instructor for the Army Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP). He continues to be highly involved in the development and instruction of the Counter Threat Finance curriculum for the Department of Defense. He has attained professional certifications in anti-money laundering and financial crime from ACAMS and ACFCS. In 2014, he authored an article that was published in ACAMS Today. That article went on to win Article of the Year by ACAMS and SFC Byford was formally recognized at the 2014 ACAMS Conference in Las Vegas, NV.
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Ming Ming Chiu
Dr. Ming Ming Chiu is a Charles R. Hicks Professor in the Department of Educational Studies at Purdue University. Dr. Chiu is a statistician, who invented statistical discourse analysis, and this analysis was used to analyze the online sex offender chats for this study.
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David Creagh
David Creagh has served in the U.S. Intelligence Community for 18 years. Currently, he is an intelligence analyst for the FBI where he specializes in gangs and violent crime for the Baltimore Division. From 1998 to 2008, David served in the U.S. Air Force as an intelligence analyst for the National Security Agency. Following his departure from the Air Force, David was an intelligence analyst and reports officer for the Department of Homeland Security. He earned his Associate's Degree in Telecommunications from the Community College of the Air Force, his Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland University College, and his Master's Degree in Intelligence Analysis from Johns Hopkins University.
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Liberty Day
Liberty Day is the Training Manager at START, where she assists START efforts to develop a broader training capacity that focuses on making START faculty research findings accessible to policy-makers and practitioners. Liberty is primarily responsible for curriculum development, training delivery, and program management. Prior to her position at START, she provided direct counseling services, delivered in-person and web-based training, developed and delivered curricula, managed client-specific projects, and assisted with grants management. Liberty earned a Master of Science Degree in Education, Counseling Psychology, from the University of Kentucky. She is also an alumna of Georgetown College with a B.A. in Political Science.
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Mark Dobbs
Mark Dobbs is a senior manager of Investigative Analytics and Intelligence for Walmart, where his responsibilities include leading a team of analysts to isolate and identify crimes against the business, as well as violent crimes on Walmart property. Before coming to Walmart, Mark spent twelve years as a crime analyst for BAIR Analytics/LexisNexis, and the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office in Northern California. He was also a consulting forensic scientist in the Bay Area and taught at City College of San Francisco for nine years.
Mark’s specialties include crime forecasting and prediction, tactical crime analysis, geospatial analysis, investigative analysis and analytical training. Mark has delivered dozens of conference presentations to organizations throughout the country. He frequently speaks and trains on the topics of next event prediction, operationalizing predictive policing, analyzing randomness, telephone toll analysis and forensics.
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Dan Engelhardt
Dan Engelhardt is a Lieutenant, New Jersey State Police (NJSP), who is currently serving an Executive Fellowship with the Joint Counterterrorism Assessment Team (JCAT) at the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), McLean, VA. In this role, Dan, along with the rest of the state and local JCAT Fellows, acts as an advocate for the state and local first responder community while engaging with the federal Intelligence Community (IC) on counterterrorism issues. JCAT members collaborate daily with IC partners to produce intelligence products, conduct outreach, and engage in training specifically geared for state and local first responders in an effort to improve awareness and preparedness in the domestic counterterrorism mission. Dan has over 20 years of service with the New Jersey State Police, and comes to NCTC- JCAT from his current assignment as Asst. Bureau Chief, Information & Intelligence Analysis Bureau, at New Jersey’s state fusion center, the NJ Regional Operations and Intelligence Center (NJ ROIC). Dan has spent over nine years at the NJ ROIC, from being part of the team that originally stood up the fusion center, to developing current capabilities and processes in counterterrorism, criminal intelligence, cyber analysis, and information sharing, which have the NJ ROIC at the forefront nationally of intelligence-led policing initiatives. Prior to the NJ ROIC, Dan served in assignments in the NJSP Field Operations and Emergency Management Sections. Dan received his Bachelor’s Degree from Duquesne University (B.A. –Political Science) and his Master’s Degree from Seton Hall University (M.A. – Public Administration).
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Robert C. Fahlman
Robert retired from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in 2011 as Director General, Criminal Intelligence after 35 years of distinguished service, where he was responsible for intelligence policy, governance and doctrine, professional standards and training, domestic and international partnerships, research and development. He served as Deputy Director General, Criminal Intelligence Service Canada (CISC) from 2002 – 2008, where he was responsible for launching the CISC National Threat Assessment, Sentinel Strategic Early Warning methodology, National Intelligence Requirements and the Canadian Criminal Intelligence Model (CCIM). He was seconded to Interpol General Secretariat in Lyon, France from 1999 – 2002 as Assistant Director, responsible for Interpol’s global Criminal Intelligence Program. He is a member of the Association of Professional Executives of the Public Service (APEX); a past member of the Council of Advisors, Canadian Centre of Intelligence and Security Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa and the Canadian Association for Security and Intelligence Studies. He is also a member of the Executive Advisory Board, International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA), and was Executive Director, IALEIA from 2002 – 2004. He has served as the Chancellor, Society of Certified Criminal Analysts (SCCA) from 1995 – 1999 and holds the title of Lifetime Certified Criminal Analyst (CCA) and was a founding member of the Board of Governors of the SCCA and the recipient of the 1997 SCCA Lifetime Achievement Award.
Robert has extensive experience working with over 30 countries as an advisor in the field of intelligence systems, with a focus on intelligence governance, doctrine, threat-risk assessment, early warning and intelligence program development.
In 1992, Robert was awarded the Canada 125 Medal in recognition of his distinguished service to the Government of Canada and in 2011 was appointed an Officer of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces (O.O.M.) by the Governor General of Canada. The Order of Merit is the centrepiece of Canada’s honours system and recognizes a lifetime of outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and service to the nation in the police sector.
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Rob Feuerstein
Rob Feuerstein has 18 years of experience supporting national security and intelligence operations. As a Solution Engineer at Esri he works onsite with law enforcement and intelligence professionals across the Department of Justice (DOJ), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and other Federal law enforcement departments to deploy intelligence and mission focused applications. Experience and specialties include Activity Based Intelligence (ABI), cellular exploitation, tactical operations support, and security operations. Prior to joining Esri he oversaw a team on Camp Slayer, Iraq responsible for the GEOINT systems and applications within the Distributed Common Ground Station - Army (DCGS-A). After 9/11 Mr. Feuerstein was introduced to Geographic Information System (GIS) while working as a SIGINT Targeting Analyst in support of the intelligence community and SOCOM.

Mr. Feuerstein holds a B.A. in Intelligence Studies from American Military University (AMU) and hundreds of hours of intelligence training from the Marine Corps, National Security Agency (NSA), Army, and Navy.
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Henri Fournel
Henri Fournel is a Coordinator in INTERPOL General Secretariat, in Lyon, France. Following 23 years of work with various national and international law enforcement entities in Europe in the areas of international police cooperation, he is presently in charge of activities related to the fight against international criminal networks primarily active in the area of wildlife crime.
Prior to joining INTERPOL, he worked for the French Ministry of the Interior and for the European Police Agency, Europol. He is seconded to INTERPOL from the French Government. Henri is a graduate of the French Military College and holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration.
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Teri Fournier-Harsin
Ms. Fournier-Harsin has been teaching in the law enforcement/criminal justice community for nearly 10 years. She got her Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and previously work for the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension where she was a senior trainer and auditor. She was responsible for conducting training and auditing in the field on state and national information sharing systems such as Nlets and FBI CJIS Services. Ms. Fournier-Harsin accepted a position with Nlets in 2012 as their Training Manager where is responsible for the development and delivery of training on matters related to Nlets. She has traveled extensively throughout the United States educating law enforcement officials on the information that is available via the Nlets network and how having access to that information can lead to officer safety.
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Chris Fusetti
Chris Fusetti is a 22-year veteran of law enforcement. Beginning his career in 1995, he has in a variety of special assignments including: FTO, SWAT, Gang Unit, Bicycle Unit, School Resource Officer, Firearms Instructor, and Traffic.

Chris was promoted to Sergeant in October of 2006 and served as a Supervisor for the Field Training Officer Program. In August of 2008, he was a Supervisor to the 250 member police unit for the delegate security at the Democratic National Convention. Chris was assigned to supervise the property investigations unit in 2013 and now supervises the person’s crime investigations unit. Chris is also a coordinator for the Adams County Critical Incident Team who investigates officer involved shootings. He has been active in the deployment of OneNote for criminal case management and speaks nationally on the subject to law enforcement audiences.

Chris lives in northern Colorado with his wife and children.
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Van Godsey
Missouri State Highway Patrol AD Van Godsey was elected as the LEIU General Chairman in 2010. He was appointed to the Vice General Chairman’s position in October 2009. He was the Central Zone Vice Chairman from November 2006 until his appointment as Vice General Chairman. In 1986 AD Godsey graduated from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Academy as the president of his graduation class. For the next 4 years he worked as a police officer in Southeast Tennessee. In 1990, AD Godsey worked at the Missouri Attorney General’s Office in the special prosecution unit. Over the next 5 years he worked specifically on homicide prosecutions where the state was seeking the death penalty. AD Godsey left the Attorney General’s Office in 1995 as the Chief Criminal Investigator and assumed the role of Violent Crime Support Unit Supervisor at the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP). In 1998, the MSHP combined the Violent Crime Support Unit and the Criminal Intelligence/Crime Analysis Unit and AD Godsey was promoted to the supervisor of both units. Over the next 7 years, he supervised the Criminal Intelligence/Crime Analysis unit and was involved in several information and intelligence sharing initiatives. Some of these efforts include the Missouri Statewide Police Intelligence Network (MoSPIN), the Midwest HIDTA, the National Virtual Pointer System (NVPS) and many others. In December 2005, AD Godsey was appointed as the Director of the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC)--the State of Missouri’s “Fusion” Center. In 2009 Mr. Godsey was appointed to his current position as the Assistant Director of the Division of Drug and Crime Control.
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Bob Green
Deputy Chief Bob Green holds an Associate of Arts Degree in Administration of Justice and a Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement Leadership and Management. He completed the Los Angeles Police Department's West Point Leadership Program and the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute, sponsored by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training.

Chief Green began his career with the Los Angeles Police Department as an Explorer in 1975. He became a Police Student Worker in 1978 and entered the Police Academy in February 1980. He has worked various patrol and Watch Commander assignments at 77th Street, Hollywood and Rampart Areas. Chief Green has awide-ranging background in special operations: including assignments in Narcotics, SWAT, Canine Unit, Underwater Dive Unit, Bomb Squad, and as a pilot at Air Support Division.

Chief Green has extensive experience in the Tncident Command System, the National Incident
Management System, and crowd management. He has been involved with and responsible for the planning of a variety of large events including sporting events, entertainment events, port security in the Port of Los Angeles, as well as the 2004 Winter Olympics. He currently teaches Incident Management, Leadership and Gang Intervention courses.

As a Command Officer, Chief Green's commands included Mission and Devonshire Patrol Divisions and the LAX Field Services Division. In May 2007, Chief Green was promoted and assigned as the Commanding Officer of 77th Street Area.

Chief Green was promoted to Commander in 2010 and then to deputy Chief in 2012, where he remained as the Operations-South Bureau Commanding Officer. In January 2015, Chief Green was assigned as the Commanding Officer, Operations-Valley Bureau, overseeing the largest bureau in the City, comprised of seven geographic Areas, Valley Traffic Division, and several specialized units.
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Ryan Hughes
Ryan Hughes is a Sr. Data Crime Analyst in the Special Investigation Unit at LexisNexis. Formerly, Ryan was a lead crime analyst at the Minneapolis Police Department where he exhibited expertise at creating data mining models and geospatial analysis that aided in identifying crime patterns and crime series. In his current role, Ryan continues to use his knowledge and abilities to help evaluate problems and provide solutions to law enforcement agencies.
Ryan brings a knowledge of the Metro area, local law enforcement, and his expertise in data analysis, combined with LexisNexis Risk Solutions to support the Metro Transit Police Department. Ryan has aided in identifying and disseminating pertinent information to Metro Transit in order to develop both long- and short-term strategies in response to identified problems.
Ryan attended Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a Master’s of Science in Geographic Information Systems. He holds a professional certification in Geographic Information Systems (GISP).
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Sheldon Jordan
Sheldon Jordan is Director General for Wildlife Enforcement for Environment and Climate Change Canada's Enforcement Branch. In this role, he is responsible for the enforcement of Canadian federal laws regarding species at risk, international and interprovincial trade, migratory birds and their habitats as well as ensuring compliance with laws in 147 protected areas in all provinces and territories. He is also Chair of INTERPOL's Wildlife Crimes Working Group that brings together countries and networks of enforcement agencies to organize operations and advise international bodies on wildlife and forestry crime matters. In addition, he is Co-Chair of the North American Wildlife Enforcement Group and Secretary-Treasurer of the Canadian Natural Resources Law Enforcement Chiefs' Association.

Holding a degree in geography from Université Laval in Québec, Sheldon has worked as a front line officer, intelligence analyst, intelligence officer and in various management positions in both the former Canada Customs and Environment and Climate Change Canada. He authored an analysis on Illegal Drugs in Québec that was awarded recognition by IALEIA in 1999 under the category of State / Provincial Agencies. Since 2013, he has also been responsible for a team that is renewing the intelligence function and integrating it into all levels of strategic and operational planning across Environment and Climate Change Canada's Enforcement Branch, which includes both wildlife and environmental enforcement.
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Karl Kangas
Karl Kangas is a Criminal Intelligence Analyst for the Hennepin County (MN) Sheriff’s Office, Criminal Information Sharing and Analysis (CISA) Unit in Minneapolis Minnesota. He has held this position since February 2009. Prior to his current position, Karl was an analyst with the St. Paul (MN) Police Department assigned to the East Metro Narcotics Task Force. Previous to his position with St. he was an analyst with the Minnesota Department of Corrections, Office of Special Investigations. Karl holds a Bachelors and a Graduate Studies Degrees from the University of Minnesota and is retired from the U.S. Army. He is currently an Executive Board Member for the East African Area Studies Group.
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Elizabeth "Betty" Kilbride
Elizabeth "Betty" Kilbride is a former Paralegal (Criminal, Liability and EEOC) with degrees in Business Management, Mass Communication/Journalism and currently obtaining a Masters in Criminology with emphasis on Cyber Crime. PhD will follow in Criminology with concentration on White-Collar Crime involving identity theft, bank and credit card fraud.
Ms. Kilbride is also a passionate Radio Talk Show host, author, lecturer and historian who tells it like it is. As a former Washington insider, Ms. Kilbride connects the dots to issues that help assist both military and law enforcement, better deliver their message for effective action in the civilian sector.
Ms. Kilbride is a seasoned professional who has achieved multiple levels of success in Washington, DC. While consulting and lobbying for the defense industry, she was instrumental in helping to determine and fulfill revenue requirements related to military and defense initiatives. Having grown up in a very strong New York military family, her passion and love for those who serve in uniform, lead her on a path to work closely with the United States Marine Corps, United States Army, United States Navy, and various veterans’ organizations, and Law Enforcement throughout her career. Her expertise and extensive knowledge of the military gave her the advantage in leveraging government and private sector resources for programs to benefit those who serve in uniform, both on the streets at home and around the world. Ms. Kilbride is also a social media guru in leveraging social media to assist in social issues, specifically white-collar crime. Coupled with her knowledge of lobbying, social media and interaction with law enforcement agencies, she is currently lobbying her contacts to encourage the DOJ, specifically the FBI to classify the Felony Lane Gang as an organized criminal entity to provide more resources to combat their massive white-collar criminal activities.
Her reputation as a straight shooter gained her the privilege of receiving an invitation by the United States Marine Corps to join them as the first embedded media to deploy as a member of a unit, as they entered Iraq without the necessary media credentials.
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Dallas Knight
Mrs. Dallas Knight started her career with the U.S. Army, five years as a military police officer and one as an intelligence analyst. She then transitioned into the civilian world as an intelligence analyst for the Las Vegas Police Department assigned to the DEA task force under the NV HIDTA for eight years. In 2014, Dallas moved from the public to private sector where she is currently a subject matter expert of the IBM i2 portfolio assigned to the North American sales team.
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Jonathan Larkin
Dr Jonathan Larkin has built up an 8-year career in Intelligence with Surrey Police (UK), predominantly working as a Higher Intelligence Analyst from 2012 onwards. Jonathan has worked across both specialist and volume crime areas and is particularly experienced in using intelligence analysis to support proactive investigations. This has resulted in Jonathan acting as a professional witness, presenting his analysis at court, on multiple occasions.

Jonathan’s expert contribution has been recognised at a senior level on a number of occasions, one particular highlight involved Jonathan being awarded a Command Commendation for analysis he conducted during a lengthy and large scale operation that resulted in the successful investigation and prosecution of fraudulent conspirators who had targeted vulnerable, elderly victims.

Jonathan holds a number of professional qualifications and certifications, in addition to a Doctorate in Theology (obtained by original research), a Masters of Divinity Degree and a PDC in Terrorism Studies.
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Elsa Lee
Elsa Lee is a CEO, author, lecturer, founder, and sole owner of Advantage SCI, LLC, a professional services firm Headquartered in Alexandria VA with offices in El Segundo, CA and San Antonio TX providing national and homeland security services to government and private industry. Lee is a retired, Service Disabled Veteran and 20-year United States Army Counterintelligence Officer who served in the Regular Army in the United States, Europe, Central America, and Asia and has investigated, researched, analyzed, and reported on national security and insider threats to the United States government and private industry as a Special Agent in counterintelligence. She co-authored the first homeland security rail study in the United States, in partnership with the Rand Corporation shortly after 9/11, on the Alameda Corridor, the Port of Los Angeles, and their vulnerability to terrorism. This study was adopted by Congress as a template for protecting rail systems in the US shortly after the 7/7 London Train Bombings. She has provided advisory and consultant services on terrorism, espionage, cyber, and insider threats to DoD, White House, Rail Industry, Transportation industry, The Pentagon, critical U.S. infrastructure facilities, and Fortune 500 Companies. Her company has made the top 50 list of companies providing national security services to the Federal Government - at 22, she was one spot ahead of Microsoft which was 23. She is internationally recognized for her expertise on terrorism, counterintelligence, and national security. She survived terrorist attacks in Europe and trained US Forces on counterterrorism methods. Lee served on a Joint Terrorism Task Force in Europe that captured terrorists. During her career, she worked closely with the FBI, CIA, Secret Service, NSA, U.S. Counterterrorism Quick Reaction Forces, Britain’s MI-5 and Germany’s GSG-9 counterterrorism forces. She is one of the few retired field agents trained in U.S., British and Israeli counterintelligence and counterterrorism methods. Lee has been featured and quoted extensively in national and international publications and has appeared on CNN, FOX NEWS, CBS News, Voice of America, Canada Business Channel, Univision, the Associated Press UK, the Japan Business, Chinese Press, La Opiñion.
Ms. Lee holds a Master’s Degree from Chapman University, speaks German and Spanish fluently, and is a recipient of the Legion of Merit.
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Leonard Leedy
Leonard Leedy has twenty-five years of varied law enforcement experience including uniform, K-9, SWAT, and vice/narcotics. He retired in June, 1999 and is now an instructor and course developer for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center; an instructor and course developer for Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training; an instructor in Analytical Investigative Techniques I & II, Intercept of Secure Communications, Conspiracy Investigations, and Drug Task Force Investigations at St. Pete Junior College (since 1995); an authorized reseller for Law Enforcement Investigative software developed by ACISS Systems; the course developer and primary instructor for Basic Analytical Techniques for Law Enforcement (BATLE) I and II for the Northeast Counter Drug Training Center at Fort Indiantown Gap PA; Adjunct Instructor for the University of Tennessee; and owner of Law Enforcement Consulting, Inc.

During the last 13 years of his law enforcement career, Mr. Leedy worked in the Vice & Narcotics Unit, assigned to the Strategic Investigative Squad. His primary responsibilities involved managing all DNR’s and the computerization of the Vice and Intelligence Units. He also was responsible for Technical Surveillance Equipment installation and specialized in the collection and analysis of computerized data. Mr. Leedy has developed many automated data analysis functions. He was the System Administrator for the ACISS software that completely automated the Intelligence, vice and Narcotics sections.

Mr. Leedy has a BS degree in Marine Science from the University of West Florida and has certificates from St. Petersburg Junior College (FL) for:

• Internetworking Support Technician
• Webmaster

He also received a Law Enforcement Instructor Certification from the State of Florida Commission on Criminal Justice Standards and Training.
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Kathy Lichay
Kathy Lichay has a long standing career in intelligence analysis; working as an intelligence analyst for the United States Customs Service, Naperville (IL) Police Department, United States Department of State Diplomatic Security Service and currently Walmart Global Investigations. Kathy’s strengths include executive/dignitary communication, foreign and domestic criminal intelligence, predictive crime analytics and organized crime methodologies. During her years at Naperville PD, Kathy presented at the 2010 IALEIA/LEIU Conference in Orlando FL, on “Crimes of Honor and Law Enforcement Implications.”
Kathy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from North Central College and a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Lewis University. Kathy served as President of the Illinois International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) from 2012-2016, and serves as President of the newly formed Arkansas Ozarks Chapter. Kathy is both a Criminal Intelligence Certified Analyst (CICA) and a certified FIAT instructor.
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Michael Loughnane
Michael Loughnane, CFE, has 37 years of experience as a fraud investigator, computer forensic analyst and senior manager in federal law enforcement, IT security professional and trainer in money laundering/ threat finance detection and analysis. Starting in 1981 as a Special Agent, Mike worked in the Office of Inspector General environment and specialized in investigations of highly complex fraud cases, including bid rigging, false claims, false statements, cost mischarging, product substitution and cyber-­‐‑attacks and employee integrity. Beginning in 2000 Mike established the computer forensic laboratory capability at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, retiring in 2007 as the Director of Special Operations.
For the past six years Mike was a member of a contract team at the Defense Intelligence Agency, Academy for Defense Intelligence and rebuilt and delivered training the Threat Finance Course program at the Joint Military Intelligence Training Center comprised of two training courses that developed critical thinking based training in analytical and investigative methods to identify, detect and exploit illicit networks and their actions. During this time, there Mike trained over three thousand analysts and law enforcement from throughout the intelligence community, federal law enforcement agencies, military branches and the National Guard Counterdrug Program, and the civilian federal agencies responsible for regulatory enforcement.
Recently, Mike started Loughnane Associates to continue training and expand to the state and local governments, as well as the financial and regulated institutions. He has recently supported a program of training at George Mason University for Tanzanian officials in their efforts against wildlife smuggling networks. He has been a speaker/trainer locally for IALEIA, ACAMS and ACFE, as well as the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Forces in the DC and New York City. He has also delivered programs of training for the Virginia State Police and the U.S. Postal Service, and a financial institution. Mike is looking forward to the publication of his first article dealing with challenges in AML/CTF training in the coming ACAMS Today, and is currently conducting researching for a coming article about ancient artifact smuggling. Mike has recently obtained his certification as a Antimoney Laundering Specialist.
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Travis Martinez
Travis Martinez is currently a police lieutenant with the Redlands Police Department overseeing the Special Operations Bureau comprised of Investigations, Narcotics, MET, Air Support, Forensics, Crime Analysis, Animal Control, GPS Tracking and Property and Evidence. During his 23 years of experience in law enforcement, Travis has worked a variety of assignments. He holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration from California State University San Bernardino and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of Redlands. Travis has presented nationally on how to address crime trends utilizing GPS tracking devices. He oversaw the implementation of the GPS tracking program at the Redlands Police Department which has led to the apprehension of 254 suspects for various types of crimes including robbery, bike theft, vehicle burglary, commercial burglary, metal theft, wire theft, and laptop theft. Throughout his career he has received numerous awards most recently being named the 2012 City of Redlands Safety Manager of the Year. Travis is a 2013 graduate of the California POST Command College where he earned the distinction of presenting his futures portfolio project on GPS tracking at commencement. In addition to speaking at several state, national, and international conferences on the GPS strategy, he has also taught classes related to the subject in 13 different states.
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Chester McMillion
Chester McMillion was born and raised in southern California. He became a police officer for the Los Angeles Police Department in 1988. He has worked a variety of geographic divisions to include Rampart, Southeast, 77th Street and Newton Street. Since 1996, he has worked and aggregate of 16 years within the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team at all four ranks. He is currently a SWAT lieutenant.

Chester completed all of his formal education while working as a field police officer. His BA is in Political Science with an emphasis in International Relations and International Security. In 2002, he completed the Master of Public Administration program at the University of Southern California with honors. From September of 2011, to March of 2012, he lived in London, England, and completed a Fulbright Police Research Scholarship. He imbedded with law enforcement and special forces military assets throughout the United Kingdom (that have counter-terrorism responsibilities] to bring back best practices.
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Bob Morehouse
LEIU Executive Director Bob Morehouse started working for the California Department of Justice (CA DOJ) in 1970 and began his career in criminal intelligence in 1973. He is currently a retired annuitant working in the Bureau of Investigation (BI) of the CA DOJ as the LEIU Executive Director. He is the Assistant Coordinator for LEIU's Central Coordinating Agency and serves on its Executive Board. Mr. Morehouse has written several professional law enforcement publications, and was a contributing author and editor to Intelligence 2000: Revising the Basic Elements and Criminal Intelligence for the 21st Century. He is a member of the International Association for Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA), and has been awarded a Lifetime Certification. Mr. Morehouse is a certified Foundations of Analysis Training (FIAT) instructor and serves as both the FIAT Treasurer and the registrar. Mr. Morehouse was appointed as the LEIU Executive Director in 2004. Prior to this appointment, Mr. Morehouse managed the CA DOJ intelligence bureau’s Intelligence Support Unit and the Situation and Group Analysis Units of the California Anti-Terrorism Information Center (CATIC). These units were responsible for such diverse activities as the Bureau's automated criminal intelligence file and maintaining a current overall statewide strategic perspective on terrorism-related events and investigations. CATIC's Situation Unit was also responsible for the dissemination of tactical terrorism-related information to local, state, and federal agencies in California. Analysts in this unit also supported eight CA DOJ task forces. Prior to that assignment, Mr. Morehouse was the manager of the Organized Crime Unit and the Intelligence Support Unit. Mr. Morehouse received his bachelor's degree in public administration/criminal justice from California State University, Sacramento.
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Bill Oliver
Mr. Oliver is a Corporal with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, assigned to the Missouri Gaming Commission's Enforcement Team, at the Ameristar Casino, in Kansas City, Missouri. Bill has been employed with the Highway Patrol for nineteen years, with a background as a member of their Special Weapons and Tactics Unit. He also spent seven years as a canine officer, assigned to the drug interdiction team. He is a POST Certified Instructor in the areas of Active Shooter Response for Law Enforcement, Strategies of Low Light Engagements and Firearms. He is an adjunct instructor for Strategos International and has been teaching Intruder Awareness for Schools, Churches and Workplace Violence since 2008. In addition to his regular duties, Bill is assigned as an Intelligence Officer for the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Gaming Division and serves as an Intelligence Liaison with the Missouri Information Analysis Center.
Russell Porter
Mr. Porter was appointed to the Senior National Intelligence Service at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence in 2010. He began his career as a state and local law enforcement officer in 1978, and has enjoyed continuous, full-time assignment to intelligence since 1984. Mr. Porter has served on many state, national, and international law enforcement intelligence organizations, including as General Chairman of LEIU; a member of the Board of Directors and the President’s Executive Advisory Board for IALEIA; and Chairman of the U.S. DOJ’s Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council (CICC). He’s a recipient of the IALEIA President’s Distinguished Service Award for championing the protection of privacy, civil liberties, and civil rights in criminal intelligence work, as well as the Distinguished Service Award from LEIU. Mr. Porter is a graduate of the FBI National Academy; the FBI’s National Executive Institute; and the ODNI’s “Leading the Intelligence Community” course for Senior Executives. He possesses a Master of Public Administration degree from Drake University.
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Marilyn Peterson
For the last 37 years, Ms. Peterson has played an active role in the law enforcement intelligence community. She was the first non-charter member of IALEIA in 1981, starting her career as Senior Analyst for the RISS project, MAGLOCLEN.
She has written dozens of articles and book chapters, with her most notable book being Applications in Criminal Analysis (1994, 1998 pb). She co-founded the Society of Certified Criminal Analysts in 1990 and was president of IALEIA from 1996 to 2000. After 25 years as an intelligence analyst, she retired to teach intelligence at the Federal and university level. She remains on the IALEIA Advisory Board. She has won several writing awards and two lifetime achievement awards. She was co-editor of Criminal Intelligence Analysis (1990), Managing Editor of the Basic Elements of Intelligence Revised (2000), and contributing editor to Criminal Intelligence in the 21st Century (2011). She has an undergraduate degree in criminal justice and a Master of Arts in Education. She is currently Chief, Convergent Network Analysis Training Branch at a federal defense organization.
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Titiana Ringenberg
Tatiana Ringenberg is a current PhD student in the Department of Computer and Information Technology at Purdue University with expertise in linguistics, coding, and Internet Crimes Against Children.
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Marcus Rogers
Dr. Marcus Rogers is a Professor/Department Head in Computer and Information Technology at Purdue University. Dr. Rogers is the Chair of the Digital and Multimedia Sciences section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS). Dr. Rogers is an expert in digital forensics and a certified digital forensics examiner. He is a former Police officer who worked in the area of fraud and computer crime investigations.
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Ty Shoopman
Mr. Shoopman currently serves in dual roles for the state of Indiana: as a Watch Officer/Intelligence Liaison at the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center, and as a sworn Gaming Agent with the Indiana Gaming Commission. In these positions, he has investigated and provided intelligence support and analysis (tactical, operational, and strategic) for cases ranging from money laundering and corrupt business influence, to terrorism and threats of violence. Since 2004, Mr. Shoopman has served in the U.S. Army (Active, Reserve, and National Guard). He first served as an airborne infantryman (paratrooper) in the 82nd Airborne Division, deploying to Iraq for 15 months in 2006 – 2007. He later served with the military police, before returning to the infantry, where he currently serves. Ty also studied Pashto in the Department of Defense’s Strategic Languages and Cultures Program. Mr. Shoopman earned his M.S. in Law Enforcement Intelligence and Analysis from Michigan State University, and his B.A. in Sociology from Purdue University.
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Kathryn Siegfried-Spellar
Dr. Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar is an expert in Internet Crimes Against Children and networks with various law enforcement agencies nationwide. Dr. Marcus Rogers is an expert in digital forensics and a certified digital forensics examiner. Dr. Ming Chiu is a statistician who invented statistical discourse analysis, and this analysis will be used to analyze the online chats. Finally, Tatiana Ringenberg is a current PhD student in the Department of Computer and Information Technology with expertise in linguistics and coding.
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Dale Smith
Mr. Smith is a Project Manager for the National Data Exchange (N-DEx) Program Office at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division. He currently manages projects to enhance the N-DEx System and encourage expanded use of the system across the United States. Mr. Smith was with the Next Generation Identification Program Office at FBI CJIS Division prior to joining the N-DEx Team. Mr. Smith has more than 20 years of experience in the law enforcement and criminal justice field having first served as a Deputy Sheriff for 10 years and then providing training to criminal justice professionals across the United States in financial crime investigations and intelligence analysis. Mr. Smith is an Adjunct Lecturer at Utica College in New York where he instructs courses to undergraduate and graduate students in advanced fraud analysis and detection technologies. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Fairmont State University and a Master of Public Administration degree from West Virginia University.
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Jaime Sotomayor
SFC Jaime Sotomayor has served as a Counter Threat Finance Analyst for the Arizona National Guard Counterdrug Program for six years and served in the Army for 14 years. His Training includes the IALEIA recognized National Guard Criminal Analyst Phase I and Phase II courses; Defense Intelligence Agency’s Basic Threat Finance and Advanced Threat Finance courses; IALEIA’s Foundations of Intelligence Analysis Training; AZ HIDTA’s (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area) Advanced Intelligence Training. He is also an instructor for the National Guard Criminal Analyst Phase II course and the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Basic Threat Finance Course. In 2015, he received the Outstanding Intelligence Analyst award from the AZ HIDTA. He is currently assigned to AZ HIDTA’s Investigative Support Center’s case support section where he provides critical support to the Drug Enforcement Administration. SFC Sotomayor holds an undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University. Lastly, SFC Sotomayor has completed two short tours to the Counter Threat Finance Cell of US Africa Command located in Stuttgart, Germany.
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Laura Theuer
Laura Theurer supervises the Analytics Unit of the Office of Special Investigations and Intelligence with the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections (PA DOC). She came to the PA DOC in September of 2015, as the Departments first Intelligence Analyst. Prior to the PA DOC, she was an Intelligence Analyst with the Pennsylvania State Police in the Pennsylvania Criminal Intelligence Center (PaCIC). PaCIC is a part of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation and is the state’s designated primary fusion center. Laura Theurer worked for the Pennsylvania State Police from 2007 until 2015 and continues to work with PaCIC through the PA DOC. She received two Bachelor of Science degrees in Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Administration from Central Pennsylvania College along with a certificate in Intelligence Analysis. She will complete her Master of Professional Studies in Organizational Leadership in 2016 after completing her Capstone project evaluating the effectiveness of the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Intelligence Model.
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Gregory Thomas
Dr. Gregory Thomas is the Assistant Director of Geospatial Intelligence programs in the John A. Dutton e-Education Institute in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences with the Pennsylvania State University. He coordinates the geospatial intelligence option for the intercollege Master of Professional Studies in Homeland Security and teaches several courses in the geospatial intelligence program. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Thomas taught as an adjunct in the geospatial intelligence program for several years. Dr. Thomas brings to the program 26 years of intelligence and analytical experience in the law enforcement field. His most recent responsibilities included managing and supervising intelligence analysts as they provided support to criminal investigations. Dr. Thomas obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, a Master of Public Administration from the Pennsylvania State University, and a doctorate in Administration and Leadership Studies from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. His dissertation focused on the role of local law enforcement in homeland security. Dr. Thomas assisted in developing analytical training for criminal analysts. He is a lifetime Criminal Intelligence Certified Analyst through the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts. He has published articles relating to organized crime, criminal intelligence analysis, and terrorism.
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Chris Turner
Mr. Turner is a Master Sergeant with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, assigned to the Missouri Gaming Commission's Enforcement Team. He is the Officer in Charge at the Mark Twain Casino, in LaGrange, Missouri. Chris has been employed with the Highway Patrol for ten years. In addition to his regular duties, Chris serves as an Intelligence Officer for the Missouri State Highway Patrol's Gaming Division and is an Intelligence Liaison and Zone Terrorism Officer with the Missouri Information Analysis Center. Chris is also an active member on a Financial Crimes Task Force for the Eastern District of Missouri.
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Carl Walter
Mr. Walter joined Esri in 2010 bringing with him more than twenty years of experience in law enforcement and intelligence operations. In 2004, Mr. Walter was appointed Director of the Boston Regional Intelligence Center for the Boston Police Department – a UASI/DHS designated intelligence fusion center. In this role he established a coordinated regional intelligence capability in the Boston metropolitan area. This involved managing the flow of information and intelligence across multiple layers of public and private sector entities. He assembled and made operational local, state, and federal law enforcement, public safety, and private sector resources from nine cities for the purpose of preventing and responding to terrorist threats, man-made hazards, and criminal activity. He also implemented and managed GIS capabilities in support of intelligence analysis, situational awareness, hazard modeling, critical incident response and large scale special events.

As a special assignment, Mr. Walter served as the planning section chief for the Democratic National Convention, which was held in Boston in 2004. In accordance with requirements from the National Incident Management System, he was responsible for managing the collection, analysis, evaluation, and dissemination of information about the development of all significant events.

Mr. Walter holds an M.S. in Criminal Justice (Concentration: Management) from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and a B.S. in Criminal Justice (Concentration: Law Enforcement) from the East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.
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Jonathan Watson
Jonathan L. Watson has been an FBI intelligence analyst for 12 years. His work focuses on the African terrorist group al-Shabaab. Previously he served as Chief Reports Officer for FBI Minneapolis Division. Jon is a licensed attorney and holds a graduate degree in homeland security leadership from George Washington University. He is a frequent public speaker on terrorism and intelligence matters.
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Lee Wilkinson
Lee Wilkinson serves the Directorate for Strategic Operational Planning at the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) to support the U.S. Government’s efforts to counter violent extremism (CVE). In this role, he coordinates and integrates CVE efforts with DHS, DOJ, and FBI as well as other departments and agencies to implement the White House Strategy and implementation plan “Empowering Partners to Prevent Violent Extremism” in the United States. Lee earned his Master’s degree in Business Administration from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2001 and earned his Project Management Professional certification in 2011.
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Dick Wright
Past LEIU General Chairperson Dick Wright began his law enforcement career with the Los Angeles Police Department in 1965 and worked a variety of uniformed, detective and specialized assignments as an Officer, Sergeant and Lieutenant during 21 years of service. During the last six years at LAPD, he was assigned as a section leader in the Organized Crime Intelligence Division. In 1986, Captain Wright joined the Simi Valley Police Department as a Captain and served as commanding officer of each of the Department’s Divisions as well as Interim Chief of Police. He co-authored the California Peace Officers’ Association’s publication, Criminal Intelligence Program for the Smaller Agency and several other criminal intelligence articles. He is also a co-editor and contributing author of LEIU/IALEIA’s publication, Intelligence 2000 – Revising the Basic Elements and Managing Editor and contributing author of LEIU/IALEIA’s publication, Criminal Intelligence for the 21st Century.

Captain Wright taught criminal intelligence classes for the California Department of Justice, and other law enforcement organizations, and served on the California Attorney General’s Organized Crime Advisory Committee. Prior to becoming LEIU’s Past General Chairperson, Captain Wright was a two term General Chairperson beginning in May 2001. He had previously served on the Executive Board for 10 years as Southwestern Zone’s Vice Zone Chairperson, Zone Chairperson and LEIU’s Vice General Chairperson.

Captain Wright retired from the Simi Valley Police Department in 2005 but remains active on LEIU’s Executive Board as the Past General Chairperson. He is a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Academy and holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Management and a master’s degree in Public Communication from Pepperdine University.