November 2021 Chapter Chat


PUBLISHED ON: November 10, 2021

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Chief Justin Doll, NA Session 260, retired July 31, 2021, after 25 years of service to the Anchorage Police Department and to the Anchorage community. Chief Doll was hired on September 30, 1996. In his 25 years of service, Chief Doll was a Patrol Officer, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, and Chief. He served in many units throughout the department to include SWAT, Special Assignment Unit, Bomb Squad, Traffic, and Detectives. Chief Doll has earned many awards throughout his career, including a Life Saving Award, Meritorious Conduct Award, Work Unit Award, Officer of the Year Award, Police Commendation Award, and Chiefs Letter of Recognition. Congratulations on your retirement, Justin and enjoy your new home in Lexington, Virginia!


Chapter News

The California Chapter Conference was held in Carlsbad, California from October 5-7, 2021. The training was exceptional, relevant, and timely. It was the first in-person conference since 2019 and everyone appreciated getting together, especially the member who won the 86-inch flat screen TV.


Congratulations to Mark Stainbrook, NA Session 240, who has been named as the new Chief of the City of Beverly Hills Police Department. Mark came from the Port of San Diego where he was the Chief and President of Public Safety.


Condolences go out to the family and friends of Jack Woodall, NA Session 160, retired San Jose Police Department Lieutenant, who passed away in July 2021.

Eastern Pennsylvania

Chapter News

Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter Retrainer is booked for May 15-17, 2022, in Gettysburg! SAVE THE DATE!!! Look for more information and registration shortly.

The Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter Board members and other Chapter Leadership had a great time at our Section IV meeting in Cleveland Ohio, October 15-17, 2021, and looking forward to them hosting our National Conference location from July 30 - August 2, 2022. #FBINAA2022

Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter Board members President John Hearn, FBI ASAC Jim Christie, and Past President Mark Zielinski with Current Students Joe Greenwalt, NA Session 280, from Southern Chester County Regional Police Department and Braxton Ditty, NA Session 280, from Newberry Township Police Department preparing to leave for Quantico. Enjoy your experience!

Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter President John L. Hearn presents outgoing Chapter President Mark Zielinski with the “President’s” Ring during board meeting in appreciation for his dedicated years of service to the Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter.

The Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter would like to thank the California Chapter Leadership, the FBINAA National Board, and National Chaplain Mike Hardee for their unwavering action and support of one of our Board members who suffered a medical emergency while at a family wedding in San Diego. Within minutes, the members activated immediate communications with our Board and the affected member and his family offering support and assistance. Our National Chaplain initiated the power of prayer, and the Charitable Foundation also immediately responded offering financial assistance. This is why we are the best organization in the world. Over 3000 miles away from home, a tragic event unfolds and within minutes, aid is enroute. #FBINAASTRONG. Please continue to support the Charitable Foundation!

Jacqueline Maguire was named SAC of the Philadelphia Field Office. She comes the New York Field Office where she served as the special agent in charge of the Criminal Division. Ms. Maguire also served as deputy assistant director of the Office of Public Affairs at FBI Headquarters.

Ms. Maguire joined the FBI as a special agent in 2000 and was assigned to the New York Field Office as a member of the Joint Terrorism Task Force. After the 9/11 terror attacks, Ms. Maguire served as the lead agent for the investigation into the five hijackers of American Airlines Flight 77.

In 2006, Ms. Maguire was promoted to supervisory special agent and then to unit chief in the Counterterrorism Division at FBI Headquarters. Ms. Maguire moved to the Washington Field Office in 2011 as a supervisory special agent. In 2014, she was named the special assistant to the executive assistant director of the Human Resources Branch at FBI Headquarters.

In 2016, Ms. Maguire was promoted to assistant special agent in charge of the Birmingham Field Office in Alabama, overseeing all criminal and administrative matters. She was promoted to section chief in the Office of Public Affairs in 2017 and to deputy assistant director of the office in 2018.

Ms. Maguire received the 2006 Attorney General’s Award for Excellence in Furthering the Interests of U.S. National Security and the 2009 Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service. Prior to joining the FBI, Ms. Maguire worked at the Office of the Medical Examiner in Suffolk County, New York. She earned a bachelor’s degree in comprehensive science from Villanova University; a master’s degree in criminal justice from Long Island University; and a master’s degree in homeland defense and security from the Naval Postgraduate School. Looking forward to continuing our partnerships through our Chapter with Federal, State and Local law enforcement leaders. Congratulations!


Congratulations goes out to Brian Marshall, NA Session 278, who was selected as the new Police of Chief for Phoenixville Borough.

Joseph F. Sokolofski, NA Session 264, retired recently from the Pennsylvania State Police as commander of Troop M in Bethlehem, PA after serving over 29 years, and was hired and sworn-in as the Chief of Police for West Pottsgrove Township Police Department. The Chapter wishes to extend our Congratulations on your new role! #FBINAA and #GRAYNATION


Chapter News

Secretary/Treasurer Bill Hall was going through some boxes when he found this letter signed by J. Edgar Hoover to the Florida Chapter.


David J. Zambri, NA Session 259, Deputy Chief of the University of Central Florida (UCF) Police Department was appointed as the associate Vice President and Chief information Officer for UCF. In addition to his new position, David was also a newly appointed representative on the Florida FBINAA Board.


Derek Scott Asdot, NA Session 274, passed on September 28, 2021 after battling COVID-19, at the age of 49. Chief Derek Asdot was the Police Chief at the Green Cove Springs Police Department where he served for almost 20 years and as Chief for 4 years.

Kansas Western Missouri

Chapter News

The 280th SESSION BEGINS! The long-awaited NA Session 280 Started on Sunday, October 3, 2021! Our attendees are Dan Madden, Mission Police Department, and Ryan Miller, Overland Park Police Department.

SAVE THE DATE!! Kansas Western Missouri Spring Retrainer is scheduled for April 19-22, 2022 at the Bluemont in Manhattan. Dr. Jack Enter will be the keynote presenter for Thursday afternoon. Whether or not you have heard Jack present on leadership, you are in for a treat!

The Annual Christmas lunch at Granfalloon on the Plaza will be on December 9, 2021. This no-host lunch will follow the orientation meeting. Watch for details from organizers Al King and Jack Foley.


Dennis Butler, NA Session 223, has announced that he will retire early in 2022. We hope you stay in Kansas, Dennis! You’re a great member of the chapter.

Sonta Wilburn, NA Session 258, recently retired from Overland Park Police Department. We have heard that she has been selected to serve as Director of the Johnson County Police Academy, a stellar new opportunity and one where she will shine! Please continue to be active in the chapter, Sonta!

Maryland Delaware


Effective August 23, 2021, Duane Williams, NA Session 257, was named the Director for Public Safety for Harford Community College. Director Williams retired from the Harford County Sheriff’s Office in March of 2015 at the rank of Major. For the last six years he has served as the Supervisor of School Security and Emergency Management for Carroll County Public Schools. Congrats Duane and welcome back to Harford County!

New York Eastern Canada

Chapter News

The Chapter recently had three successful events – Bart Hose Shoot, Robinson Shoot, and the West Point Football game. The Chapter’s Bart Hose Award recipient was Dave Regina, NA Session 263, of the Suffolk County Police Department. Dave, a Deputy Inspector and CO of the Department’s Highway Patrol Bureau, launched an aggressive campaign to bring the Below 100 program to over 500 recruits and in-service officers in the SCPD and other law enforcement agencies on Long Island.


Chapter President Scott Fraser, NA Session 226, left the Brockville Police Service on October 3, 2021 to become the Deputy Chief of the Kingston Police Service effective October 4, 2021. We wish you the best in your new role.

William Ginley, NA Session 257, was promoted to Captain and is assigned to the Fourth Precinct Command Staff.



Damon Hall, NA Session 269, was promoted to Chief Deputy of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

Tim Cannon, NA Session 236, was promoted to Major at the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.



It is with great sadness that the Utah Chapter announces the passing of Kory Newbold, NA Session 239, on October 13, 2021. Kory was an active member of the Utah Chapter. At the time of his passing, Kory was a Sergeant with the University of Utah Department of Public Safety.