The pig out was a success, well maybe not so much for the pig! We missed those of you who could not attend but were pleased to have a good showing of members, past, present, and future!
By now Chapter members should have all received the conference information and registration form. We encourage you to register and attend, as we have put together an impressive group of presenters this year. Remember the trainings and the chapter is only as strong as our members make it, participation is the foundation of our organization! We would also invite those in your agencies that are interested and eligible to attend the NA, to come see firsthand our organization at the chapter level.
Cleveland put on a great conference. The instruction and extra curriculars were fantastic! Who knew Cleveland was such a beautiful city! We highly recommend a visit!
Past President Dave Rash has graciously put together a regional lunch at Common Block Brewing in Medford on October 28th. Please e-mail email@example.com for further details and RSVP information!
MESSAGE FROM OUR FBI PARTNER
A note from our FBI partner, Antonia Fabian Kreamier, highlighting our great relationship and your active participation:
I am honored to have been asked to provide a brief write on the FBI Teen Academy in an effort to thank those FBINAA members who have gone above and beyond to support the FBI Teen Academy and to canvass those who have an interest in providing support in future FBI Teen Academies.
The FBI Teen Academy is a weeklong, in-resident, academy that provides 30 motivated high school students a greater understanding of the FBI’s mission and role as an intelligence and criminal investigative agency. Through hands-on activities and case presentations, the students will gain a greater understanding of how law enforcement can be an asset to their community. Students will learn the value of cultural awareness, celebrate diversity of varying backgrounds, gain skills to resolve conflict in their communities and have the tools to be positive role models for their peers.
A special thank you Lieutenant Hogue, Commander McDonald, Lieutenant Smith, DPSST FBINAA Members, and Gresham PD FBINA members for your sponsorship and for taking the time to share you valued knowledge and experience with the participants of past and most recent FBI Teen Academies.
Jason Millican has been with the Woodburn Police Department since April of 1998. DC Millican started his career working patrol and became a K9 officer in 2002, working that position until 2006 when he was assigned to the Criminal Investigation Unit. In the fall of 2006, he was promoted to Sergeant and was assigned back to patrol.
From 2006 to 2011, DC Millican was a member of the Woodburn Police Department Tactical Services Unit where he served as an assistant team leader, team leader, and sniper team member. From 2011 to 2012, DC Millican was assigned to the South Metro Gang Task Force. In 2015, he was assigned to C.I.U. as a sergeant. In October of 2016, he was promoted to Lieutenant, and then promoted to Deputy Chief in December 2021. DC Millican is a member of the Oregon Association Chiefs of Police and the International Association Chiefs of Police.
DC Millican is a graduate of Western Oregon University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. He is a graduate of the NA Session 274 of the FBI National Academy. He is also a graduate of the Senior Management Institute for Police and International Public Safety Leadership & Ethics training program. From 2006 to 2011, DC Millican was a member of the Woodburn Police Department Tactical Services Unit where he served as an assistant team leader, team leader, and sniper team member. From 2011 to 2012, DC Millican was assigned to the South Metro Gang Task Force. In 2015, he was assigned to C.I.U. as a sergeant. In October of 2016, he was promoted to Lieutenant, and then promoted to Deputy Chief in December 2021. DC Millican is a member of the Oregon Association Chiefs of Police and the International Association Chiefs of Police.
Congratulations Dale Jorgensen, NA Session 244, from Lake Oswego. May you hit them long and straight sir!