November 14 to 17, 2011
Alberta Health Services facility on the Alberta Hospital Grounds in Edmonton, AB
The ASIS International, Edmonton and Northern Alberta Chapter #156 will be hosting the Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Level 2 workshop November 14 to 17, 2011. The workshop will be held at the Alberta Health Services facility on the Alberta Hospital Grounds in Edmonton, AB.
John Periversoff from Security Through Design Inc. will be the instructor for this workshop and the topics are: (for John’s bio and further information on the topics, please go to our website)
- Review of Basic Level 1 CPTED Strategies
- In-Depth View of Target Hardening
- Legal Implications/ Issues facing CPTED Practitioners
- Incorporating CPTED into the Design and Development Process
- CPTED and Banking
- CPTED and Schools
- CPTED and Interior Design
- CPTED and Parking
- Explanation of In-Field CPTED Audit – Group Exercise
- Group Presentations
ASIS Edmonton September Luncheon
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Edmonton, Petroleum Club
Meet and Greet: 1130 - 1200
Speaker: Donald Bourne
Director, Regional Special Response Team
Canadian Red Cross
Topic: Responding to the Alberta Wildfires in May 2011
Donald served for 23 years in the Canadian Military. He served in many functions and positions over that time, including United Nations missions in Cyprus and Cambodia.
In 1998 Donald started volunteering for the Canadian Red Cross in Disaster management. Since then Donald has been on several Canadian Red Cross missions both in Canada and International. In addition, Donald was an official delegate for five missions with the International Committee of the Red Cross in various countries involved, and several short term assignments to other countries from 1999 to 2005. Donald completed missions in Angola, Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia, Iran and West Darfur in Sudan, all areas experiencing armed conflict at the time.
Donald spent 14 weeks with the Canadian Red Cross in the Tsunami affected area in Banda Ache, Indonesia, including Christmas 2006, working in the countryside, including on the island of Nias, as the CRC moves forward in providing permanent housing for the victims of the disaster. He has completed several short missions with the CRC in Haiti after the earthquake that devastated the island in January 2010. Donald assisted with the supply chain management as the CRC prepared to construct 7,500 long term housing for the victims of the earthquake.
Donald is also a senior member of the Canadian Red Cross Capital Region Volunteer Disaster Management Team, serves as a Director for the Regional Disaster Response Team and has participated as a first responder with the Personal Disaster Response Team here in Edmonton helping people when they have been left homeless due to fire, flooding or other personal catastrophe.
After responding to the Alberta Wildfires disaster on May 15, 2011 as a volunteer, Donald is now currently on contract as the Alberta Provincial Recovery Manager for the Canadian Red Cross. He is managing the Slave Lake and surrounding communities’ wildfire disaster as they move forward into recovery, as well as managing the generous donations that Canadians gave to the CRC for its operations.
Register for the luncheon online at www.asisedmonton.com or if you intend to pay by cash or cheque, please email an RSVP to Susan Kedzo (new address): email@example.com
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Witness and VIP Protection - Intelligence and Planning Course
They still have vacancies for the upcoming course at the Alberta Solicitor General's College, Edmonton on October 5, 6 and 7, 2011. Attendees come from National, Provincial, and Municipal Protective teams already registered. This is an excellent opportunity to learn unique approaches from International Instructors and network with other protective teams.
Online registration available at www.cipscanada.com
Early Bird Registration Deadline Extended
October 18 & 19, 2011
Westin Hotel, Edmonton Alberta Canada
Visit http://www.tagsconference.com to register today.
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The Prairie Chapter
of the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators (IAFCI) is
pleased to provide another training opportunity. The John Reid - Interviewing
and Interrogation Training course will be held between October 18-21, 2011 at
Canada Safeway located at 3440 - 56 Avenue SE, Calgary, AB. Space is limited to
the first 50 who register and payment must be received in order to guarantee
your spot. Registration must be received no later than October 11, 2011 and the
attached pamphlet includes all of the details necessary. Registration includes
a lunch, snacks and refreshments throughout the day. There is ample parking on
If you would like to
register on-line for the seminar, please use this link (Paymentus is updating
the selection options for this seminar, we anticipate it will be completed by
August 26th). Note there is service fee for using the on-line registration. https://ipn.paymentus.com/otp/stde/iafi
The Prairie Chapter
is proud to be able to offer this incredible training opportunity and the added
savings for IAFCI members. If you would like information on becoming an IAFCI
member and the additional benefits of being a member, please log into the IAFCI
website at www.iafci.org. If you would like to become a
member, please contact Laurie Salhab at firstname.lastname@example.org. IAFCI is currently offering
a 2-for-1 special to new members (you cannot be a previous member). In
addition, memberships purchased between July and December will be affective
until December 2012.
Keep in mind that
you may receive notification of this event more than once. If you believe that
you know someone that would benefit from this training opportunity, please
forward this e-mail to them for their consideration.
If you have any
questions regarding this seminar, please contact Sherry Coey 403-730-3512 or via
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Gathering information is an integral part of any corporate environment. If honesty is always the best policy, why don't we always get it? Isn't it important for us to learn the truth from our employees, managers and clients? This introduction to Linguistic Lie Detection will allow you to become more effective in all your business communications.
What you will learn:
- Improved interviewing techniques.
- Improved information gathering techniques.
- How to develop questions to maximize interviews or discoveries.
- Detect how a truthful person responds vs. a deceptive person.
- Do's and don'ts of statement taking and interviewing.
- How to detect deception in written and oral statements.
- How to obtain the most information beneficial to your interview, discovery or trial.
Registration Fee: $380 + GST
Discount for IIA, ACTLA, ACFE, ISACA and ASIS Members: $330 + GST
Registration includes: seminar, continental breakfast, two coffee breaks and lunch.
Please click on the link below to register or RSVP.
For more details check out our event website:
Registration fee discounts are available to members of: IIA, ACFE, ASIS, ISACA and ACTLA. Group discounts are also available for 3 or more registrants from the same organization.
If you have any questions about this training session, please don't hesitate to contact me at email@example.com or 780 457 6900.
Thank you for your attention and response to this event. I look forward to seeing you for an exciting day of training.
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Tel: 780 457 6900
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16532 - 103 Street, Edmonton, AB, T5X 2H4
The Alberta Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security will be hosting its 3rd annual counter terrorism seminal on October 6th, 2011. In addition to entire day of thought provoking and insightful speakers, you will be amongst the hundreds of other professionals dedicated in protecting critical infrastructure. For more information and to register, please visit:
The Edmonton and Northern Alberta ASIS Chapter #156 will be hosting two - half day workshops titled “Security Data Analysis and Managing Risk” – It’s all part of the security management process” in Fort McMurray, Alberta on September 12, 2011.
The topics for this workshop are:
- Characterizing, Quantifying & Managing Risk
- Security Data Collection, Analysis and Application – Turning Security Information into Intelligence – It’s not all about the numbers.
September 12, 2011
Two separate session:
- 9:00 am to 12:00 noon
- 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Mr. Phillip Banks, P. Eng. CPP
Sawridge Inn and Conference Centre
530 MacKenzie Boulevard
Fort McMurray, Alberta
$75.00 for ASIS members
$100.00 for non ASIS members.
If you have any questions, please contact Geoff Frisby, CPP, PCI at firstname.lastname@example.org.
START THE WEEK OFF RIGHT
with a ‘SHOT-GUN START’ on Monday, August 15,
at the beautiful Lynx Ridge Golf Club for the annual
ASIS Chapter #162 Golf Tournament!
This tournament has helped our Chapter support the Calgary Crime Stoppers and the Calgary Poppy Fund for many years. This event is a fantastic opportunity to network with your colleagues and friends in the security industry.
Please find a registration form and ‘hole’ sponsorship form attached.
We welcome all participants and sponsors!
Dinner only $45.
2:00 p.m. start
Includes a round of golf, a golf cart, the driving range, a buffet dinner & prizes!
A chance to win $10,000. in cash!
50/50 draws, hole prizes and a putting competition!
Deadline is August 5, 2011
For more info call Roger Maslen 403-441-4876
If you are still considering attending the 2011 Access and Privacy Conference, we urge you to complete your registration as soon as possible. Due to a large number of delegates currently registered and limited space at the conference, we cannot guarantee that seats will still be available until the final registration date of May 30.
We are extraordinarily proud of this year’s program and roster of speakers and presentations; this will definitely be one of the most poignant chapters in our conference’s history.
This will be our last e-mail update before the conference, so please register today at www.accessandprivacy.com. If you have any questions, please email Brianne Thomas, Conference Coordinator at email@example.com.