women in security
Honoring Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell with Keynote Speaker John Miller.
The ASIS NYC Chapter held its annual golf outing to raise monies for the New York City Police Department’s Widows and Children’s Fund.
Thank you to all of our participants and especially our volunteers for all your assistance in making this event a success.
Congratulations to Lynn Brown on being recognized for his service to the ASIS NYC Chapter golf outing.
This event would not be possible without all our sponsors.
Topic: ISRM New York Chapter – 2022 Inaugural Webinar – “Risks in Port Security.”
Date: March 11, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EST
Keynote Speaker: Michale Edgerton, CSyP, CPP, CISM, FSyl – Manager, Port Security, The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey; ISRM New York Chapter Vice-Chair
Speaker: Dr. David Rubens, D.SyRM, CSYP, F.ISRM – ISRM, Executive Director
Facilitator: Matthew Porcelli, MSc, CPP, F.ISRM – ISRM, New York Chapter Chair
Register Here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_x8yEFmLjThW6fPXp6iYUDw
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The ASIS Foundation offers annual scholarships, awards, and grants to members funded by corporate sponsors and member donors.
The programs that are offered by the Foundation this year include:
Academic Scholarships – (open Feb 1 – April 22) Complete this application to apply for the Abbaticola or Manning Fund scholarships that support higher education including college, community college or technical education in security, criminal justice or a related field.
Certification Scholarships – (Open Feb 1 – April 15) Complete this application to apply for any scholarship for ASIS Certification including: Noggle Fund, Law Enforcement, Military Liaison Council and general scholarships.
Public-Private Partnership Grant in honor of Matthew Simeone – (Open Feb 1 – April 15) Grant to a law enforcement agency to recognize a successful P3 program. Applications accepted from ASIS members and/or chapters.
IFPO-ASIS Foundation Certification Scholarships – (Open Feb 1 – April 15) Complete this application to apply for a CSSM or CPO certification scholarship offered in partnership with IFPO.
ASIS Membership Hardship Grants – (Open Oct 17, 2021 – March 31, 2022) These grants support ASIS members facing personal or professional challenges impacting their ability to renew their ASIS membership or recertify their ASIS certification.
Chapter Certification Starter Kits – (Open January 24 – March 31) Chapter grants for CPP or APP Virtual Study Group Starter Kits.
For more information on the upcoming grants for the certifications, please click here: