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Law Enforcement Officer, Criminal Justice, & Nursing Edition

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The Legacy of Learning Series provides Norwich Alumni with a variety of presentations focused on career development and networking. Presentations by subject experts allow alumni to learn about new developments in their field and to network with other Norwich Alumni in the same business community.
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 The NU Alumni Association invites Norwich alumni in Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice, and Nursing to attend the next installment in the Legacy of Learning Series

The NUAA canvassed the Norwich University Law Enforcement network for topics for the inaugural Law Enforcement Legacy of Learning event. The resounding response was to focus on aspects surrounding the opioid epidemic in New England. An expert panel led by Boston FBI Special Agent in Charge Hank Shaw '88, will delve into areas such as the local impact to federal anti-opioid programs and law enforcement roles and responses when confronting the epidemic. We hope you'll join us for what will be a great discussion by Norwich law enforcement leaders!

Topic: The Opioid Epidemic - Serving & Protecting Our Community: Issues from a Law Enforcement Perspective
Moderator: Special Agent in Charge Hank Shaw '88, FBI - Boston Division
Panel:  Dana Dexter '03, Master Police Officer, Concord, NH
             Pat Keefe '90, Chief of Police, Andover, MA
             Matthew Romei '98, Chief of Police, Vermont Capitol Police, Montpelier, VT
             Mark Tully '92, DEA Group Supervisor, OCDETF Strike Force, Boston, MA
             Aaron Ward '07, Supervisory Deputy U.S. Marshal - Western District of New York

When: Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Panel: 6:00PM
Networking & Refreshments: Immediately following panel
Where: Andover Police Department, Training Room - 32 N Main St, Andover, MA 01810
Parking: Limited parking at Andover PD. A municipal parking lot is also available off Pearson St. ($0.50 per hour, free after 6:00PM). 
Registration:
$10, includes light refreshments. Registration is now closed. Walk-ins are welcome!


 Maj General Cedric GeorgeMajor General Cedric D. George is the Deputy Director of Resource Integration and Logistics Chief Information Officer, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Engineering and Force Protection, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. He is responsible for the planning, programming and budgeting of weapons systems sustainment, equipment and logistics and installations resource requirements. As part of the Air Force corporate structure, he monitors performance of operations and maintenance, working capital funds and investment programs, participates in program and financial review groups and advocates for financial adjustments to optimize force readiness. He oversees preparation and defense of these Air Force programs to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Office of Management and Budget, and Congress.

He is also responsible for enterprise-wide logistics technology vision, strategy, advocacy and policy. He oversees logistics transformation, agile planning and technology insertion, development and implementation of innovative logistics concepts and capabilities to deliver logistics effects to the order of battle across the full spectrum of operations to enable air, space, cyber and joint forces.

Gen. George is a 1987 graduate of the ROTC program at Norwich University. He is a fully qualified maintenance officer and has held key maintenance leadership positions at the wing, major command and Air Staff levels. His commands include 49th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 35th Maintenance Group, 11th Wing, 76th Maintenance Wing. He is also a Level III senior acquisition professional with a wide array of leadership experiences in Air Force and joint programs. Prior to his current position, he was Commander, Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia.


Questions? Contact Jessica Sicard via e-mail or at 802-485-2034. 
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