A Message from the Chairperson
The ASIS Granite State Website and the ASIS Granite State Chronicle Newsletter offer valuable information to each member and all our friends on current events and future activities. Both publications offer users a direct avenue to communicate with the Chapter leadership team and between peers and colleagues.
Both publications are receiving a new "face" as we are continuously update the format and presentation to be more attractive.
Our goal is to update the website on a weekly basis, but occasionally it might be bi-weekly. Make sure you visit the site frequently so you may keep up with the latest news.
Hope to see everything at our June 13, 2018 meeting.
Michael A. Art
ASIS International Granite State Chapter Chair
The Granite State Chapter is comprised of 88 security professionals specializing in the private and public sectors in security, law enforcement, security-safety related disciplines and emergency responders. Members have a broad base of expertise in Agriculture & Food, Banking & Financial Institutions, Commercial Business Services, Chemical Manufacturing, Defense Production, Government & Law Enforcement, Hospitality & Entertainment, Civil Aviation & Transportation, Healthcare & Pharmaceutical, Medical Centers & Research Laboratories, Telecommunications, University Campuses & Educational Institutions, Power Plants, Pipelines, Gas & Oil, Water Utilities, and many more public and private critical infrastructure sectors. The Granite State Website serves as a resource for ASIS International, Chapter members, the public, businesses and our business alliance partners.
ASIS International was founded in 1955 with the aim of professionalizing the newly emerging field of industrial security. Originally known as the American Society for Industrial Security, the national organization sought to "unite security practitioners and become a focal point for security education, research and professional development". The society has grown to be a global community of security processionals, each of whom has a role in the protection of assets - people, property and information. Today ASIS International is the largest professional security organization in the world - with 35,000 members comprising public and private security and law enforcement practitioners, including managers and directors of security and law enforcement, operations, programs and training. In addition, corporate executives and business managers, as well as consultants, architects, attorneys, judges, university professors and training academy instructors, and agencies such as Homeland Security, Department of Justice and the FBI, including the Departments of Defense, State, Energy, Commerce and numerious other agencies, as well as state police and local law enforcement are associated and involved with ASIS to better understand the constant changes that prevail in security and enforcement issues and solutions, worldwide.
Upcoming Events . . .
June 13, 2018
Gregory M. d'Arbonne,
Leadership in a Crisis
Put these dates on your calendar!
The Chapter Special Events Team will begin planning our 2019 Appreciation Night on May 1, 2019. The team will provide regular updates on its progress through the monthly Chronicle, social media, news releases and the web site.
For more information about Law Enforcement Appreciation Night or want to join the team, please contact Jim Gaudet, our team leader.
The Chapter Sponsorship and Fundraising is under way for our 2018 campaign.
For more information about the Chapter Sponsorship and Fundraising Program or want to join the team, please contact Gregory M. d`Arbonne, our Public Relations Team Leader.
ASIS Granite State Chapter
2nd Annual Law Enforcement Night
Held On May 2, 2018
The Granite State Chapter hosted its second annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Night at the DoubleTree by Hilton (Crown Plaza) in Nashua on May 2, 2018.
Recipient of this year were the New Hampshire State Police Mobile Enforcement Team (MET), a specialized unit compromised of highly trained troopers whose mission is to detect and enforce all crimes and hazards on the roadways in communities through the state of New Hampshire. One of their main objectives is to identify and interdict those individuals and organizations that are involved in tracking of illogical narcotics throughout the State of New Hampshire.
Congratulations NH State Police MET!
ASIS Granite State Chapter 101
Ethics and integrity are the hallmarks of our profession