Lehigh Valley ASIS Past Events
Monthly Meeting of February 2020
Location: B. Braun Medical - Allentown Manufacturing
901 Marcon Blvd. Allentown, PA 18109
James Cratty Richard Jones
Chief Protective Security Advisor Region 3 Protective Security Advisor
U.S. Department of Homeland Security U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
They will be presenting specifically on the Protective Security Advisor program and the other programs, services and training offered by the new Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency of the Department of Homeland Security. Don't miss this opportunity to network and create a vital link to a valued government agency. Take a look at their website at CISA.gov
Chris A. Quintanilla
Sector Chief of Staff and Board Secretary
FBI Infraguard - Philadelphia
Chris presented on the FBI Infraguard program, and also add specific information on local events, training and how to become involved with our local chapter based in Philadelphia.
November 2019 Monthly Meeting
The Dime Restaurant
12 N 7th Street, Allentown, PA 18101
Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM)
by Charles Thiel
Charlie is the chapter's authority on ESRM after having attended numerous training sessions at GSX 2018 and 2019. He also applies the principles wherever he can see a benefit for his many clients.
ASIS members receive free digital access to the new ESRM Guideline at https://www.asisonline.org/publications--resources/standards--guidelines/esrm-guideline. Nonmembers may purchase a softcover or read-only copy of the Guideline online in the ASIS Store.
Lehigh Valley School Security Seminar 2019
August 13, 2019
I am hopeful that we are moving forward as a community to stop the plague of school violence, particularly mass shootings. This day long training event was attended by almost 150 professionals from education, law enforcement and security who all care deeply about the safety of our chidren and communites. They came from points as far as Harrisburg, Philadelphia and New Jersey to hear the first hand account of the response to Sandy Hook Elementary by Lt. Rich Robinson. He left the crowd speechless!
We were able to deliver this training with the assistance and cooperation of many sponsors and agencies, namely the Department of Homeland Security and County of Lehigh Emergency Management. Special thanks to DeSales University and all of our speakers for sharing this critical information with all of us.
We hope that everyone will put the valuable information to practice so that we may keep each other safe!
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you would like to get any additional information, training or just have a question!
Scott H. Gwinn, Chair - ASIS Lehigh Valley Chapter Email:
House of Worship Seminar April 13, 2019
We recently hosted a House of Worship seminar for the Lehigh Valley and surrounding communities to implement safety and security at their places of worship. We were happy to have a multitude of speakers come out for this event to spread awareness about protecting your house of worship in today's world.
ASIS Certifications and Foundation Scholarships
March 27, 2019
We were happy to host our Regional 5C Vice President Stephen Molinelli CPP, PSP, to speak at our meeting about the vast opportunity's ASIS has to offer with Certificates and Scholarship programs.
SOFT TARGETS: PLANNING & RESPONSE
We were excited to hold a panel discussion with several local experts around the topic of Terrorism Soft Targets. The increased appeal of soft targets such as the likes of shopping malls, sports arenas, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, and movie theaters has made it imperative for those entities security personnel to be more vigilant with their efforts to protect these venues.
Networking with Local security professionals.
NYPD SHIELD - MARCH 28TH, 2018
Leverage private security resources to aid you in your anti-crime efforts. We have eyes and ears in many places where LE does not, which can be advantageous for you during both pre and post incident investigations.
Networking with Local Security Professionals
A healthy dialogue with private security practitioners can help Law Enforcement better understand private security professionals concerns which, at many times, aligns with what LE is concerned with as well. The private security folks “touch” many people helping to drive awareness within our communities.
A potential second career in Security.