February 2009 Newsletter - North Carolina by lonyoo

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									                        FBI NATIONAL ACADEMY ASSOCIATES
                                         NORTH CAROLINA CHAPTER
                                                                     “We will meet the needs of change in law enforcement’’
                                                                                                             J. Edgar Hoover




                                                       MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT MICHAEL CARVER
       Spring Conference
         Rocky Mount, NC                  Greetings,
         March 26-27, 2009
                                          It is hard to believe that another year has come and gone. It seems just like
                                          yesterday when I was driving up I-95 for Quantico. Eleven years has passed since
            LOCATION:
                                          that day and little did I know that it was just the beginning of a wonderful
                                          adventure. I had the unique opportunity to be exposed to the North Carolina
      Nash Community College
                                          Chapter before I attended the Academy. It was through this contact that let me see
    HOTEL ARRANGEMENTS:                   the type of organization this was. Through the years I have served with some very
                                          dedicated people. I remember sitting in those first meetings and listening to the
     Holiday Inn – Rocky Mount
                                          decisions being made and seeing the pride and concern that these people had for
        200 Enterprise Drive              this great organization. I have watched many Presidents come and go and they all
      Rocky Mount, NC 27804               wanted to leave the organization a little better than when they took the reigns. I am
           252-937-7100                   proud to serve this New Year as your Chapter President, and I too hope to leave it a
     FBINAA Conference Rate               little better.
            $70.00 + tax
                                          I want to take this opportunity to thank Cindy Isenhour for her dedicated service
    RESERVE BY February 26        th      and leadership over the last five years. Cindy was a great Secretary/ Treasure and
                                          has shown her leadership skills in the last year as President. Thank you Cindy for
                                          all you have done for this Organization, and we all look forward to you serving in
      MEETING SCHEDULE:                   the “best job on the board” this year as the Immediate Past President. I would also
                                          like to say thank you to Greg Harrington as he leaves the board and can assure he
           March 26, 2009                 and Cindy that they leave this Organization a little better than when they took it.

          Board Meeting                   I would also like to say a special thank you to Retired Chief Robert K Morris. Bob
                                          gave me the opportunity to go to the FBINA, for which I am very grateful. I also
      MBM Conference. Center
                                          had the opportunity to watch him serve as our President. Bob taught me a lot about
              3:00 p.m.                   leadership and pushed me to be more than just a by-stander. I thank him and you
      Bus leaves the motel at 2:30        for the confidence that has been bestowed to me to be your President. I look
                                          forward to serving with the current board and I know that this Organization will be
           March 27, 2009                 in good hands for many years to come.

         Training Conference              I would like to thank SAC Nathan Gray for his support of our Chapter. Mr. Gray
             Registration:                has been with us at every turn, and has given us whatever we needed to get the job
                                          done. It doesn’t seem enough to just say thank you. I would also like to thank S/A
              8:30 - 9:30 a.m.            Jerry Senatore for his dedication to our chapter and wish him the best in his future
                                          endeavors. And I know I speak for all of us when I say that he will always be
                                          welcomed as a part of our organization. I look forward to working with S/A John
       Registration Fee: $25.00
                                          Letterhos as our new training coordinator. I’m sure he will continue in the footsteps
                                          of those before him and serve this organization well.
              DRESS:
           Business Casual                In closing I would like to say I’m looking forward to a great 2009 and look forward
                                          to seeing all of you in Rocky Mount.
Thanks to Lt. Scottie Parker, Nash
                                          Sincerely,
County Sheriff’s Office and MBM
Foods for their work and commitment in    Michael G. Carver
hosting the Spring Conference.            President
                                            NORTH                      CAROLINA




                                  2009 FBINAA YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
The NC Chapter is seeking an eligible candidate to represent us at the annual leadership program next summer. Please
take time to identify deserving high school students you think would benefit from this experience. To be eligible, students
must be entering their sophomore or junior year in high school, maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher, submit a one page essay
entitled “What is Leadership,” and be of good character and standing in their respective high school. Once applications
are received, an oral interview board will be conducted by three chapter members in early to mid April 2009.
The deadline to submit applications to Chapter Secretary / Treasurer, Mike Adams is March 13, 2009. If you know
someone who is interested they can obtain an application by going to the National Academy Associates web site at
www.fbinaa.org and click on programs or contact Secretary/Treasurer Mike Adams at madams@cmpd.org



                                   NC CHAPTER EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Executive Board is pleased to announce the creation of the FBI National Academy Associates, Inc. North Carolina
Education Scholarship. This scholarship program is designed to provide financial aid to deserving dependents of active
members of the North Carolina Chapter and graduates of the FBI National Academy’s Youth Leadership Program who
are sponsored by the North Carolina Chapter.
The minimum scholarship award is $1,000.00 with the number of scholarships given being determined on a yearly basis,
with at least 1 scholarship being awarded annually.
Applications can be printed at www.ncfbinaa.org and candidates will be notified by June 1st.

The deadline to submit applications to Chapter Secretary / Treasurer, Mike Adams is March 13, 2009 at
madams@cmpd.org .




                                       NC CHAPTER NEAL FORNEY AWARD
The Neal Forney Award is presented to an NC FBINAA 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
Mr. Neal Forney has lived.
This award is based on the same criteria as the national Livio A. Beccaccio Award and the NC Chapter selection will be
submitted for the national award. The deadline to submit applications to Secretary Mike Adams is April 01, 2009.
The application and further details about the Forney and Beccaccio Awards can be found at www.ncfbinaa.org
Criteria:
         -   An act of valor or bravery at the personal risk of one’s own safety
         -   Dedicated, meritorious, and outstanding contribution to one’s community
         -   Innovative act or forward thinking idea which resulted in the improvement in law enforcement or community
         -   Sustained, outstanding personal character which is consistent, motivational, and inspires others to emulate
                                          NORTH                       CAROLINA




                               2009 GEORGE A. ZEISS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Former Agents of the FBI Foundation offers this scholarship to the children of National Academy graduates who are
still active in law Enforcement. Twenty-four $1,000 scholarships, six to each of the four sections, are awarded. The
deadline for this is Saturday, February 28, 2009. The award criteria can be reviewed at www.fbinaa.org


                    MESSAGE FROM CHARLOTTE FIELD OFFICE SAC, NATHAN T. GRAY
Dear Colleagues,
Goodbyes are never easy, so I will make this one short. I have accepted the position of Special Agent in Charge of the
Phoenix Division of the FBI. I am looking forward to the new challenges; however I will definitely miss working with all
of you.

I have met some of the smartest and most dedicated people in law enforcement here. Our National Academy Chapter is
one of the best in the FBI and I am extremely proud to say I’ve been a part of it. We’ve have built and solved tough cases,
we’ve put the bad guys in jail and we’ve developed an open line of communication.

In the past few years, the North Carolina National Academy Association membership has grown tremendously, which
shows how dedicated all of our agencies are to make successful partnerships. Appointing officers, agents and deputies to
come work on our Safe Streets Task Forces, Joint Terrorism Task Forces and Cyber Crimes Task Forces isn’t easy in a
time when bodies are a precious commodity. We have proven over and over how much we can get accomplished when
we work together.

Our world grows smaller every day with common threats. We are making our communities better and safer places by
sharing a common goal – strengthening and building our National Academy.

Best wishes,
Nathan T. Gray
Special Agent in Charge


                     MESSAGE FROM FBI TRAINING COORDINATOR, JOHN LETTERHOS

Greetings, I am John Letterhos and I would like to take just a few sentences to introduce myself to all of you involved
with the North Carolina Chapter of the National Academy. In November, 2008, Jerry Senatore decided that it was time
for a bit of a career change and he left the Training Coordinator/National Coordinator position to work on our Joint
Terrorism Task Force (JTTF). The position of National Academy Coordinator was a position I had been interested in for
several years and I was thrilled when I was picked to replace Jerry. Jerry did a phenomenal job with the National
Academy and I hope I can pick-up where he left off.

          I have been with the FBI for approximately ten years and have worked drugs and white collar crime for a majority
of that time. I also spent six years on the Charlotte SWAT Team. I am very excited to be able to work with all of you,
some of the finest law enforcement professionals in the country. If there is ever anything I can do for any of you please
do not hesitate to call. I can be reached at (704)331-8729 and my e-mail address is John.Letterhos@ic.fbi.gov.
                                              NORTH                      CAROLINA




                                                       Recent Graduates

                                                        235th Session
                                           September 28, 2008 – December 12, 2008
Lieutenant Rene Gilbert                     Henderson County Sheriff’s Office
Captain Paul Lester                         UNC – Greensboro Police Department
Lieutenant David Linto                      Union County Sheriff’s Office
Lieutenant Douglas Monroe                   NCSHP
Lieutenant Douglas Oberbeck                 Dare County Sheriff’s Office
Captain Curtis Rosselle                     Gaston County Police Department
Captain Morris “Ray” Taylor                 Durham Police Department

                                                        236th Session
                                              January 11, 2009 – March 20, 2009
Capt. Chuck Adkins                          Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
Capt. Bryan Gilliard                        Monroe Police Department
Sheriff Alan Jones                          Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office
Major Ronnie Rector                         Morganton Department of Public Safety
Lieutenant Kimberly Swinson                 Raleigh Police Department
Lieutenant Patrick Traitor                  Jacksonville Police Department
ASAC Marc Warner                            NC SBI




                                                            Promotions
Major Jennifer Harris              NCSHP                                                            September 8, 2008
Chief Tim Adams                    Gastonia Police Department                       191st Session   November 20, 2008
Deputy Chief Harold Medlock        Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department          197th Session   November 21, 2008
Major Andy Leonard                 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department          227th Session   November 21, 2008
Chief Jay Jackson                  Forest City Police Department                    220th Session   January 5, 2009

                                                           Retirements
Captain William B. Greene          Boone Police Department                          216th Session   October 01, 2008
Deputy Chief Jerry Sennett         Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department          200th Session   November 01, 2008
Chief Edward Vun Cannon            Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office                  185th Session   January 01, 2009
Ronnie Phillips                    Thomasville Police Department                    191st Session   June 01, 2008
*Current Director of BLET at Davidson County Community College
                                                     NORTH                        CAROLINA




                                                     2009 Spring Training Conference
                                                        Nash Community College
                                                          Friday, March 27, 2009
                                                        522 North Old Carriage Road
                                                       Road, Rocky Mount, NC 27804


8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.                  Member Registration

9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.                 Business Meeting

10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.                Speaker

11:30 a.m. – 12:15 a.m.                Lunch

12:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.                 Speaker

1:30 p.m.                              Adjourn



                                                             Driving Directions
From Raleigh (West)                                            From Rocky Mount (East)
Take 64 East                                                   Take 64 West
Take the third Red Oak exit                                    Take the Red Oak Exit (exit past the 95 overpass)
Turn right off ramp at stop sign (Old Carriage Rd)             Turn left off ramp at stop sign
Go approximately 1/4 mile                                      Go approximately 1/4 mile
Nash Community College will be on your right                   Nash Community College will be on your right

From Wilson (South)                                            From Roanoke Rapids (North)
Take 264 out of Wilson to Hwy 95                               Take 95 South
Take 95 North to Rocky Mount                                   Take the Rocky Mount exit to 64 W (the sign will say Raleigh west)
Travel approx. 18 miles                                        Travel on 64W to the Red Oak exit (appx. 1 mile)
Take 64 West exit (Exit 138) to Raleigh                        Turn left off ramp at stop sign
Follow 64 W to first exit (Red Oak                             Go approximately 1/4 mile
Turn left off ramp at stop sign                                Nash Community College will be on your right
Go approximately 1/4 mile
Nash Community College will be on your right




                                    Speakers will be announced on the website once confirmed
                                                  NORTH                            CAROLINA




                                                        FBINAA Cookout
                                                 Thursday, March 26, 2009 6:00 p.m.
                                                MBM Food Service Conference Center
                                                        5729 Pleasant Hill Road
                                                        Rocky Mount, NC 27801

MBM has offered to host the NC Chapter on Thursday evening with at cookout at their conference center. The event will
begin at 6:00 pm and transportation will be provided by the Nash County Sheriff’s Office from the Holiday Inn lobby
beginning at 5:30 p.m. If you wish to drive the directions are provided below. The event will take place outside so dress
accordingly.



                                                MBM Food Service Conference Center
                                                       Driving Directions
From Rocky Mount:
     Take Highway 43 South past West Edgecombe Volunteer Fire Department
     At traffic light turn right onto Bullock School Road
     At first intersection turn left onto Pleasant Hill Road
     Go approximately two miles
     The Conference Center will be on the left just past Trap Range Road


From Greenville:
     Take Highway 43 North towards Rocky Mount
     At traffic light turn left onto Bullock School Road
     At first intersection turn left onto Pleasant Hill Road
     Go approximately two miles
     The Conference Center will be on the left just past Trap Range Road


From Wilson (and Sharpsburg):
     From Wilson take Highway 301 North to Sharpsburg
     At traffic light in Sharpsburg turn right onto East Main Street (Floods Store Road)
     Cross over Railroad Tracks
     Go approximately two miles to stop sign / continue straight on Floods Store Road
     Go approximately three miles to stop sign and turn right onto Pleasant Hill Road
     Go approximately two miles
     The Conference Center will be on the left just past Trap Range Road


From Raleigh:
           Take Highway 64 East to Rocky Mount
           Take Highway 301 / Wesleyan Boulevard Exit
           Turn right onto Highway 301 South
           Continue on Highway 301 South for approximately 7.1 miles to Sharpsburg
           At traffic light in Sharpsburg turn left onto East Main Street (Floods Store Road)
           Cross over Railroad Tracks
           Go approximately two miles to stop sign / continue straight on Floods Store Road
           Go approximately three miles to stop sign and turn right onto Pleasant Hill Road
           Go approximately two miles
           The Conference Center will be on the left just past Trap Range Road
                                       NORTH                          CAROLINA




                              FBI NATIONAL ACADEMY ASSOCIATES
                                               NC Chapter, Inc.
                                       2009 Officers and Board Members



PRESIDENT        MICHAEL G. CARVER, CAPTAIN                                        NA 193
                 Kitty Hawk Police Department
                 E-Mail: mgcarver@co.dare.nc.us
                 Office: 252-261-3895                          Fax: 252-261-2823


FIRST VICE       MARSHALL WILLIAMSON, CAPTAIN                                      NA 209
PRESIDENT        Wilmington Police Department
                 E-Mail: phillip.williamson@wilmingtonnc.gov
                 Office: 910-343-3678                          Fax: 910-343-3625


SECOND VICE      BEN BAILEY, CHIEF DEPUTY                                          NA 186
PRESIDENT        Union County Sheriff’s Office
                 E-Mail: benbailey@co.union.nc.us
                 Office: 704-283-3723                          Fax: 704-283-3614

THIRD VICE       ERIC COPELAND, DEPUTY CHIEF                                       NA 212
PRESIDENT        Garner Police Department
                 E-Mail: ECopeland@garnernc.gov
                 Office: 919-773-6063                          Fax: 919-772-8524


SECRETARY        MIKE ADAMS, CAPTAIN                                               NA 196
TREASURER        Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
                 E-Mail: madams@cmpd.org
                 Office: 704-336-8402                          Fax: 704-353-0087


HISTORIAN        MYRON GUTHRIE, OFFICER                                            NA184
                 Cary Police Department
                 E-Mail: mguthrie@wcpss.net
                 Office: 919-460-3519                          Fax: 919-460-3391


IMMEDIATE        CYNTHIA ISENHOUR, CAPTAIN                                         NA199
PAST PRESIDENT   Gastonia Police Department
                 E-mail: isenhour_cindy@cityofgastonia.com
                 Office: 704-866-6882                          Fax: 704-866-6977


FBI              S/A JOHN LETTERHOS, TRAINING COORDINATOR
TRAINING         Federal Bureau of Investigation
COORDINATOR      400 South Tryon St., Suite 900
                 Charlotte, N. C. 28285
                 Email: John.Letterhos@ic.fbi.gov
                 Office: 704-331-8729                 Fax: 704-331-8725
                                           NORTH                           CAROLINA




                                  FBI NATIONAL ACADEMY ASSOCIATES
                                            NC Chapter, Inc.

                                    Membership Districts and Representatives
                                                     2009

District 1   Scott Parker, Nash County SO, 252-459-1551, Scott.Parker@nashcountync.gov
             Caswell, Person, Granville, Vance, Warren, Franklin, Nash, Wake, Johnston (2008-2010)

District 2   Mike Yaniero, Jacksonville Police Department, 910-938-6403, myaniero@ci.jacksonville.nc.us
             Wilson, Wayne, Green, Pitt, Lenoir, Craven, Duplin, Jones, Pamlico, Pender, Onslow, Carteret (2009-2011)


District 3   Barry Key, Wilmington PD, 910-341-1013, barry.key@wilmingtonnc.gov
             New Hanover, Brunswick, Columbus, Bladen, Robeson, Sampson, Cumberland, Hoke, Scotland. (2008-2010)


District 4   John Reid, NC SBI, 336-256-1362, jreid@ncdoj.gov
                          Orange, Alamance, Durham, Randolph, Chatham, Montgomery, Moore, Lee, Harnett, Richmond
             (2009-2011)


District 5   Tom Deighton, Lenoir PD, 828-757-2100, tdeighton@ci.lenoir.nc.us
             Alleghany, Ashe, Watauga, Wilkes, Avery, Caldwell, Alexander, Iredell, Burke, McDowell, Catawba (2008-2010)


District 6   Ernie Hudson, Western Carolina University, 828-227-7301, ehudson@wcu.edu
             Mitchell, Yancey, Madison, Buncombe, Henderson, Polk, Haywood, Transylvania, Jackson, Graham, Macon, Swain, Clay,
             Cherokee. (2009-2011)


District 7   Eddie VunCannon, Forsyth County SO, 336-748-4100, vuncanee@fcso.us
             Surry, Stokes, Rockingham, Yadkin, Forsyth, Guilford, Davie, Davidson, Rowan, Cabarrus
             (2008-2010)


District 8   Kevin Brinkley, Nags Head Police Department, 252-441-6386, kevinbrinkley@townofnagshead.net
             North Hampton, Halifax, Hertford, Gates, Edgecombe, Martin, Bertie, Beaufort, Washington, Hyde, Dare, Tyrell, Chowan,
             Perquimans, Pasquotank, Camden, Currituck. (2009-2011)


District 9   James Buie, Gaston County PD, 704-866-3320, jbuie@gcps.org
             Rutherford, Cleveland, Lincoln, Gaston, Mecklenburg, Union, Stanly, Anson. (2008-2010)

								
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