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Our Next Events
April Lunch Meeting and Site Tour - April 20th, 2017
ASIS Spring Conference - May 18th, 2017
April Lunch Meeting
300 Princess Street
Thursday, April 20, 2017. 11:45 am
Judy Richichi (Director of Major Gifts and Corporate Relations) spent much of her youth growing up on the streets under the child welfare system, so it’s no surprise that she now dedicates her life to working with Winnipeg’s most marginalized citizens.
After serving as Siloam Mission’s Director of Finance and Development, Judy stepped into her role as Director of Major Gifts and Corporate Relations in 2014. Her passion to help the city’s less fortunate grows more each day, and she is excited about sharing the vision of Siloam to all of Winnipeg’s compassionate.
The tour will encompass the Mission itself and all of the various challenges that the facility and its occupants face on a daily and yearly basis.
ASIS Spring Conference
ASIS International is a worldwide organization that supports security managers, police, and security officers. It boasts 37,000 members, and operates a certification program (CPP – Certified Protection Professional; PSP – Physical Security Professional; & PCI – Professional Certified Investigator) known throughout the industry. The September international conference attracts numerous vendors, and in excess of 20,000 attendees. The Manitoba Chapter has about 120 members from such employers as: Pollard Banknote, Manitoba Hydro, Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries, MTS, as well as police officers.
Last year's successful session ran on International Women’s Day. We promoted it as a women’s conference and men did not consider attending. This year we are having another session, this time in May, and is open to both sexes.
Thursday 18th May 2017 - 8:30 am to noon
followed by a lunch.
Canad Inns Fort Garry
1424 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, MB
The sessions are as follows:
8:45 to 9:35
Constable Dan Noordman is currently in his 15th year with the Winnipeg Police Service. He started his career as a General Patrol officer and thereafter worked within a Divisional Community Support Unit, the Manitoba Integrated High Risk Sex Offenders Unit, and the Central Traffic Unit. He is currently assigned to the School Education Section within the Community Relations Division.
Dan's career path has provided him with investigational experience and training through which he has developed knowledge on an array of subjects including Fentanyl. Dan has become the WPS's Communication and Awareness Strategy Officer for the Fentanyl Working Group and he also sits on the Manitoba Fentanyl Task Force.
Dan is also a member of our community. He is a husband, father, and grandfather. It is through his personal life, and his firsthand encounter with the consequences of Fentanyl that has resulted in him becoming a witness to the effects of this deadly drug.
Dan brings an undeniable and powerful personal message to listeners and is committed to helping create awareness about the dangers associated with Fentanyl. He is hopeful that by creating awareness through education, further tragedies can be avoided within our community.
9:55 to 10:45
Tom Horn began his career with the Manitoba Justice Department in 2007 as a Compliance Inspector with the Private Investigators and Security Guards Program. In 2012 he became the acting Registrar, taking on the role permanently thereafter. He works with stakeholders in the Private Investigation and Security Guard industries to ensure legislated licensing and training standards are maintained. He will give us a glimpse into the Private Investigators and Security Guards Program.
11:10 – noon
Detective Sergeant Kathy Antymis served four years with the RCMP in Fort St. John, BC, prior to joining the WPS in 2000, and is currently assigned to the Major Crimes Unit. Over the years, she has been the recipient of the BC Meritorious Service Award, the Manitoba Excellence in Law Enforcement Award, and the Queen’s Jubilee Award. Detective Sergeant Antymis acts as the Chair for the WPS Police Women’s Network, a committee designed to assist with the recruitment, retention and advocacy of women within the WPS. She is proud of the efforts of women police officers in the WPS, and looks forward to the day when we no longer feel compelled to put the word “women” in front of “police officer” when we speak.
Cost – Non-Members - $105.00 Members (of ASIS or WPS) - $85.00
Cost of Seminar includes lunch to follow
ASIS International: Manitoba Chapter #198. All rights reserved.