In light of the pandemic, ASIS International will not conduct any in-person events until at least June 2021.
Meetings and 
professional development events hosted by the Omaha Heartland Chapter will be held online until then.
The annual GSX Conference planned for Atlanta has also transitioned to an online format.

Upcoming 2020 Events

Aug 26         Protecting Important Spaces presentation from Axis Communications

Sep 21-25   GSX+ 2020 Online: gsx.org

Oct              Monthly Meeting (Topic TBD)

Nov             Monthly Meeting (Topic TBD)

Dec             Holiday Social and Annual Shooting Competition at 88 Tactical
                   (Dependent on conditions; decision will be made later this fall)

Past 2020 Meetings

Jan 22         FBI Presentation - China: The Risk to Corporate America

  Hosted at the Creighton University Department of Public Safety

Feb 12         Anti-Defamation League Presentation

                    Hosted at the Creighton University Department of Public Safety

Mar 11         US Secret Service Presentation

                    Hosted at the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce

Jun 1           Byron Rodgers Online Presentation

Jun 25         Post-Pandemic Re-Opening Panel Discussion (Zoom)

Jun 29         Golf Tournament at Oak Hills  Postponed until at least June 2021

Jul 28-29     Security Conference Working to move to an online format

 Directions

February 12, 2020

ASIS February 2020 Meeting
February 12, 2020
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Creighton University
2222 Burt Street
Omaha, NE 68178
http://www.creighton.edu/fileadmin/user/AdminFinance/PublicSafety/images/CAMPUS-PARKING.pdf
ADL Regional Director Gary Nachman will present the mission and work of his organization in fighting hate for good.

$20.00 ASIS February Meeting (Member with meal)

$20.00 ASIS February Meeting (Guest with meal)

$0.00 ASIS February Meeting (Member - No meal)

$0.00 ASIS February Meeting (Guest - No meal)

On Feb. 12, 2020, at 11:30 a.m., Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Regional Director Gary Nachman will present the mission and work of his organization in fighting hate for good.  In 1913, ADL was founded on Jewish values that inform their work, how they operate and the changes they seek in the world. It has always meant stopping anti-Semitism and defending the Jewish people. Today, it also means fighting threats to our very democracy, including cyberhate, bullying, bias in schools and in the criminal justice system, terrorism, hate crimes, coercion of religious minorities, and contempt for anyone who is different.

This month's meeting will again be hosted at Creighton University's Department of Public Safety, 2222 Burt Street.  Park in Lot 38, entering from 23rd & Burt.  Parking Map

Responding to member feedback, we will continue to offer a boxed lunch for attendees for $20, but will also offer a no-cost ticket for attendees who do not wish to purchase a meal.  Attendees who want a meal must register NLT Friday at noon; attendees who do not want a meal should register by Monday at noon.

I apologize for the late notice for this month's meeting as we worked to find a speaker and venue.  Information for the March and April meetings will be available shortly after the February meeting.

Sincerely,
Mike

Michael D. Reiner, CPP
Chair, Omaha Heartland Chapter