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NCISS Member Directory and Member Guide
1st Quarter of 2019
In this Directory and Guide :
Getting Started
NCISS Website Navigation and Member Profile page
 
Member Login, Member Profile Settings, Dues Renewal
USA Members
Alphabetical by Last Name with full contact information
International Members
Alphabetical by Last Name with full contact information
USA Members
By State and Last Name with Agency, City & State
Supporting Associations
Alphabetical by State
 
 
NCISS Member Guide
NCISS Member Benefits and Savings
 
Investigations and Value of Data Access
 
 
About NCISS
History of NCISS
 
NCISS Board Members
 
NCISS Member Ethics and Mission
 
NCISS Awards
 
NCISS Successes
 
NCISS Bylaws
NCISS 2019 1st Quarter Membership Directory
 
Your membership in NCISS is more than just supporting the mission of legislative advocacy - your membership shows you care about the future of your profession! Thank You!
 
Inside you will find an updated Directory, as of January 31st 2019, for the 1st Quarter. This Directory will be updated each quarter. This Directory is also interactive with active links for email and domain addresses, as well as graphics to their sites.
 
IMPORTANT!
 
To ensure you are included in future Directories, and also the online search and listserv networking, please check your Member Profile to make sure information is correct, your dues are current, and note your expiration date. Please see the Member Guide section of the Directory for details and steps.  
 
To make corrections to your profile first login to the Member Profile page then under 'Profile' make any changes in your Member Profile.
 
If you are not listed in this directory, please contact the NCISS Executive Director.
 
Due to cost and environmental concerns, and to provide a quarterly Directory, NCISS is no longer printing and mailing an annual Directory. You are encouraged to download the PDF file, and also print any selected pages at your office or using your Office Depot / Office Max discount card - another benefit of NCISS (see the last page of the Directory for details).
Finding Your Digital Membership Directory

Annual Meeting and Hit the Hill Event

This will be the most important Hit the Hill event in over a decade - as members volunteer from across the nation meet in Washington DC for the specific purpose of one-on-one appointments with the offices of our Senators and Representatives.  


Schedule Summary:
> Arrival - Sunday April 28th
> Monday April 29th - Board Meeting, Annual Meeting, Elections, and Networking
> Tuesday April 30th - HTH Appointments, and Networking
> Wednesday May 1st - Training Seminars, President Award Luncheon, and New Board Meeting
 
In addition, this 3-day event is the NCISS Annual Meeting, including Awards and Elections, and also an additional day of training seminars.  
 
NCISS gives a special thanks to the following members, volunteering their time and expertise to give the following training seminars!

Wednesday 05/01 Speakers:
> Tim Dimoff (SACS Consulting and Investigative Services - Akron OH)
Current and Future Trends of Aggression, Active Shooter and Terrorism
Prevent and Mitigate Aggressive Behavior
Workplace aggression, Active Shooter Threats and Terrorist Attacks are increasing and a major concern in today's rage-filled culture in our schools, businesses, and organizations. Active shooter and aggressive behavior situations are nearly everyday occurrences, and every type of environment needs to recognize red flags, learn how to prevent and mitigate these situations and prepare and educate everyone before the aggressive behavior takes place.

> Jim Nanos (PI Magazine / Apple Investigations - Wildwood NJ)
Current and Advanced Trends in Surveillance
An overview of newly developed equipment available to the
professional investigator and how this equipment is being deployed in the field. Including covert cameras, wifi and IP addressable (reviewing the difference), use of cellular cameras in surveillance operations, "pole cameras", GPS equipment upgrades, and trends in body worn surveillance cameras

> Rich Robertson, CLI (R3 Investigations - Tempe AZ)
Mass Data Analysis - Understanding State and Federal Laws for court data, police car GPS data, and databases of all current and former police officers. Including court decisions, and handling resistance from government agencies.

> Sheila Wysocki (Without Warning Private Investigation - Brentwood TN)
Trolling for Clues: How Digital and Social Networking Have Changed the Investigation Landscape
Join renowned Private Investigator Sheila Wysocki as she delves into the ever-changing landscape of podcasting, and criminal investigations. Learn how crowd sourcing is changing the way police, private investigators, and the justice system uses the internet to investigate and convict. Most importantly, participate in a discussion about if this uncharted technique should be legal, and if it's legal, is it ethical?


Details in the information packet - visit www.NCISS.org for registration and information.
Legislative News & Activity - Lobbyit
Privacy Special Report
Your NCISS Board has been hard at work over the last few months including over the holiday season.  This year is going to be a tough year in Congress for our professions (investigators, security agencies, and process servers). 
 
The new Congress, just sworn in on January 3rd, is already proving to be a significant challenge to investigators, security agencies, and process servers in 2019. Here is an update on the activity and outlook to date -  https://conta.cc/2S1CyC8 .  
 
PRIVACY SPECIAL REPORT
As an Investigator, Security Agency, Process Server, or related professional... have you benefited from:
  • Having access to driving records and motor vehicle information from your state DMV and private data providers?
  • Having access to databases with permissible purposes under the GLBA?
  • Having access to Social Security Numbers, Birthdates, Address History and other important information, including credit reports?
  • Carry a firearm in the course of your professional duties?
  • Having the ability to use a pretext for undercover operations, shopping services and other permissible purposes?
  • Used the National Sex Offender Registry (Dru's Law) for background investigations?
  • Used GPS, drones and other modern technology in your investigations and security services?
If you answered YES to just one of these questions, you have directly benefited from the more than 40-year history of NCISS, volunteers, and support of NCISS every member. NCISS and membership have provided responsive testimony to Congress and federal regulators, as well as assisting state associations with similar issues at the state level.
 
How? Download and share this important Special Report from NCISS at www.nciss.org/Special-Report!
 
If you wonder what NCISS does for you, view NCISS as your insurance policy. You don't make claims every day. When the big claim comes, and the upcoming privacy fight is that "claim," you will want NCISS protecting you at every turn.

Please share with your colleagues - 2019 is going to be a challenging year for all of us.

To stay current, please visit www.nciss.org/Important-NCISS-News 
 
NCISS on Social Media SocialMedia
( please note the period between NCISS and Association)
Twitter -   https://twitter.com/nciss_assoc @nciss_assoc (please note the underscore between NCISS and Association)

Do you want to be featured on the NCISS Facebook page?  Please privately email editor@nciss.org the following:
- Your name
- Your agency name, city and state
- Your key areas of specialties and services
- Your contact information - phone and email
- Your website, your agency Facebook page and Twitter
Executive Director, Karen Beers
Updated Contact Information

P.O. Box 200615
Evans, CO. 80620-0615

(800) 445-8408
nciss1976@yahoo.com
Fax - (970) 480-7794
Important News
NCISS monitors federal legislation and regulations impacting the investigative and security professions. To keep members current, all latest newsletters, reports and alerts are linked from this page.

Your Member Benefits
As many members are part of other state, national and international associations with varying benefits, at NCISS we offer unique benefits - from legislative advocacy and alerts to multi-association integral networking.  Your NCISS membership extends to tens of thousands of friends and colleagues in the investigation and security professions.

Details of unique and tangible benefits are at:
Your Membership, Your Voice ...
Refer a colleague to save $25 on their First Year Dues ! 

The National Council of Investigation and Security Services, Inc., is a cooperative effort of those companies and associations responsible for providing private security and investigation services to the legal profession, business community, government and the public.  

 

It is the role of NCISS to meet and solve these problems while seeking to uncover and recommend action on any hidden potential problems which may have an effect on our profession.

Important NCISS Links
Visit Your NCISS Vendors & Sponsors
Benefits for you, fitting your needs 
The Mechanic Group
Diamond Sponsor
PI Magazine
Gold Sponsor
 
Tracers Information
Silver Sponsor
Fully Promotoed
Bronze Sponsor
Security & Investigations Insurance Solutions
Bronze Sponsor
Your Advocate Advertising for Members


Members can submit business card sized ads for this year's Your Advocate and event placards. These must be ready-made artwork - preferably your business card in JPEG in at least 300dpi for enlargement.

Please use this form  < Member Your Advocate Sponsors >
* Payments - send directly to NCISS ( nciss1976@yahoo.com)
* Artwork - send directly to  the editor ( editor@nciss.org)
* Questions - email the editor or call (970) 691-0813.  
 
Thank you for your NCISS support and membership!
NCISS Apparel Store
 NCISS now has a stand-alone store with one of our Vendors & Sponsors, EmbroidMe of Davenport IA

The store is now open at http://nciss.logoshop.com

NCISS will benefit with a percentage of sales for the NCISS Legislative Fund. 
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