Registration for ACCD Fall Conference October 31 – November 2, 2007 Name _______________________________________ Work Telephone Number ________________________________ Work Address ______________________________________City_______________________ Zip Code______________ Email Address _________________________________________ Agency _____________________________________ Please mail the $75.00 Pre-registration fee to Freddie Butler at: Hamilton A & I 223 Sasser Drive Hamilton, Al. 35570 Please make checks payable to ACCD! Deadline for early registration is August 31, 2007. (Must be post marked by 8-31-07.) On site registration cost will be $85.00 First Time Attendee of Conference: Yes / No. Last year that you attended an ACCD Conference ___________. President’s note: Any past ACCD Board Member with past meeting information such as resolutions, minutes, or by-laws please contact a current Board Member about getting that information to us. 1-800-634-8001 27200 PERDIDO BEACH BLVD. THE PERDIDO BEACH RESORT OCTOBER 31 – November 2, 2007 ORANGE BEACH, ALABAMA 36561 ALABAMA COUNCIL ON Professional Peace Officer” CRIME AND DELINQUENCY “Unmasking the Integrity of the Message from the President Tentative Schedule for Conference Awards: Kathy Quattlebaum (256) 927-4688 Nominations: Terry McDonnell (334) 353-5828 I would like to take this opportunity to say hello and Wednesday: October 31, 2007 Resolutions: Cecilia Tubbs (205) 856-6051 invite you to come and celebrate our 59th study Registration 8 AM to 5 PM Local Arrangements/Door Prizes: Exhibits 8 AM to 10 PM conference in Orange Beach, Alabama. ACCD will Beth Phillips (256) 825-9228 / Diane Sims (334) 567-1590 Agency Meetings 1:00 to 2:45 PM host this year’s conference at Perdido Beach Resort Opening Session 3:00 to 5:00 PM Pam Pettis (251) 433-0554. known for their sugar white beaches, emerald waters Key Note Speaker: Jerry Patterson Please contact them to volunteer your services. and delicious seafood cuisine. The theme for this New Attendees Reception 5:00 to 5:30 PM year’s conference is “Unmasking the Integrity of the Meet & Greet 5:30 to 6:30 PM 2007 Executive Board Members Professional Peace Officer”. President’s Reception 7:00 to 9:00 PM Karaoke 9:00 to 12:00PM Darrell Morgan, President On behalf of myself and the Executive Board of the Alabama Sharon Ziglar, 1st Vice-President Thursday: November 1, 2007 Council on Crime and Delinquency I want to welcome Gwen Mosley, 2nd Vice-President Past President’s Breakfast 8:00 to 9:00 AM everyone to another challenging and exciting year in law Late Registration 8:00 to 11:00 AM Freddie Butler, Treasurer enforcement. I hope this year is as rewarding as prior years Exhibits 8 AM to 5 PM Kelvin Bryant, Secretary for the council and we can provide our members with Workshops 8:00 to 9:30 AM John Cummins, Immediate Past President information they can use to enhance their job skills and * Ethical Decision Making Windy Johnson, Executive Secretary satisfaction. * Tactical Handcuffing/Weapons Retention * Drugs / Meth New Board Member: Workshops 9:45 to 11:15 AM The Fred Bryant Award * Effective Treatment in Criminal Justice * Tactical Handcuffing/Weapons Retention Kelvin Bryant, Secretary The Alabama Council on Crime and Delinquency * Etiquette for Professional Dinning established the Fred Bryant Award in 1972 as a tribute Awards Luncheon 11:15 to 1:30 PM Kelvin L. Bryant is a Probation and Paroles to the first President of ACCD. Mr. Bryant was a Workshop 1:45 to 3:15 PM Supervisor who is assigned to the Montgomery Field * The Psychology of Lying Office. A native of Selma, Alabama, he graduated in State Probation Officer in Anniston, Alabama and was * Effective Treatment in Criminal Justice 1991 from Alabama State University with a B.S. in known throughout the state as a man of dedication to * Identify Theft, Fraud & Scams Criminal Justice. Officer Bryant has been a dedicated state employee for several years serving initially with the field of corrections. He was President of ACCD in * Drugs / Meth the Alabama Department of Corrections at Bullock 1948, 1949 and 1950. At that time, the organization Workshops 3:30 to 5:00 PM County Correctional Facility and Draper Correctional was known as the Alabama Probation and Parole * The Psychology of Lying Facility. In 2003 Officer Bryant was hired by the Association. A member of ACCD can present a * Ethical Decision Making Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles and * Identify Theft, Fraud & Scams completed the Montgomery Police Academy. In 2005 resume on a person the member feels is worthy of the * Etiquette for Professional Dinning Officer Bryant was promoted the Probation and Fred Bryant Award. The Awards Committee selects Dinner on your own 7:00 to 9:00 PM Paroles Supervisor in the Montgomery Field Office. three candidates and presents these three names to the Mask Ball with Band 9:00 to 12:00 PM Officer Bryant has received numerous accolades and awards but his most proud was being nominated Executive Committee. The Executive Committee Officer of the Year in 2005. elects the person to receive the award by secret ballot. Friday: November 2, 2007 Anyone wishing to nominate a candidate for the Fred Closing Session 8:00 to 9:30 AM Officer Bryant is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Bryant Award should submit a resume on the nominee Business Meeting 9:45 to 11:00 AM Fraternity Inc., A.A. Peters #900 Masonic Lodge, and the Aimwell Baptist Church, Hazen, Alabama. to the ACCD Awards Chairman. Please forward your nomination by 10-01-2007 to: Committee Chairs Officer Bryant has one daughter, Tia Kathy Quattlebaum (State Probation/Parole Officer) Membership: Martha White (256) 549-5454 651 Cedar Bluff Road Centre, AL 35960 Programs: Laura Day (205) 921-7453 Please visit the newly created ACCD website (256) 927-4688 Exhibits: Scarlotte Carroll (256) 350-0876 located at ACCD1.ORG. Many thanks to Phillip Co-Chair: David Mixson (205) 338-9718 McIntosh on designing the website.
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