April 2019 Luncheon

April 16, 2019
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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UT Arlington - University Center - Rio Grande A
300 W 1st Street
Arlington, TX 76010
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Join us on Tuesday, April 16, 2019, from 11:30AM to 1:00PM for our April Luncheon at the University of Texas-Arlington. This meeting will focus on educational  outcomes and career opportunities within the security industry. This event is free for University Students with a valid coupon code and $10 for Young Professionals (40 and under). We will be meeting in the University Center in Rio Grande A at 300 W 1st St, Arlington, TX 76010.

Parking for this event is FREE but you must register with the campus. You can go here: https://uta.nupark.com/events/Events/Register/5e131bd0-5078-49c3-8cc9-23c1918e2b00 or you can review the attached document for information.

Panelist Speakers For This Event:

Tom Winn is currently the Program Director of the Master of Security Management program at UHD. In addition to his administrative duties he teaches several courses in the MSM.  Tom has over 25 years of experience in corporate and international travel security and training.  Before coming to UHD full time Tom spent 10+ years at what is now United Healthcare Global, Security Services Intelligence and Operations.  While at what was then, ASI Group, he held several leadership roles managing intelligence, security operations, consulting and global provider network.  He managed the combined Intelligence, Operations and Traveler Tracking team for 6+ years.

Learn more about Tom Winn here: https://www.uhd.edu/academics/business/faculty/Pages/bio-Tom-Winn.aspx

 

Seungmug Lee received his doctoral degree from the School of Criminal Justice at Rutgers-Newark and currently teaches at the University of Texas at Arlington. His primary research interests include crime prevention, private security, school shootings, and international criminal justice systems. His doctoral research focused on the impact of the burglar alarms on the residential burglary to examine the deterrent effect of such systems on crime prevention. His relevant research agendas on the effectiveness of alarm systems include: (1) the impact study of burglar alarms on commercial burglary; (2) the experimental study of the impact of alarms on repeat victimization; and (3) the inmate interview and survey with the convicted burglars.

See more about Dr. Lee here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuimz8Ltq0A and here: https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/seungmug-lee

 

As Vice President for Law Enforcement Education and Director of the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration (ILEA), Mr. Smith is responsible for the overall management, operations and curriculum development. He provides general oversight of the Schools of Leadership, Center for Law Enforcement Ethics and the Law Enforcement Technical Assistance Program. He assures program quality and organizational/educational stability through development and implementation of standards and controls, systems and procedures, and regular evaluation.

Learn more about Gregory Smith here: http://www.cailaw.org/institute-for-law-enforcement-administration/about-us/staff-and-adjunct-faculty.html

 

 

George Quin has directed security education and training for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics – Fort Worth, Texas,  for the past 16 years.  He is a retired US Navy Captain. He has an MBA and a MA in Organizational Security Management from Webster University. He is currently certified as a CPP by ASIS International and ISP by NCMS, Inc., The Society for Industrial Security Professionals.

 

Bob Wall is a lecturer and full time faculty member at the University of North Texas.  In addition to teaching general course work through the UNT Department of Criminal Justice Bob also is an instructor in the UNT PDI Private Investigations course.  Bob is the owner/manager of Wall Investigative Services, an investigations firm that specializes in complex investigations, crash and crime reconstruction and fraud investigations.  Prior to entering academia, Bob had a 28 year law enforcement career with the Grapevine and Haltom City Police Departments.

 

Tickets

$30.00 APR19 - Luncheon (Member)
$25.00 Earlybird rate before April 14

$10.00 APRIL19 Luncheon - Young Professional

$35.00 Student Ticket - FREE w/ Coupon Code

$35.00 APR19 Luncheon - NonMember
$30.00 Earlybird rate before April 13