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Recent Announcements

21Apr

FBINAA 2023 ANNUAL SPRING TRAINING LUNCHEON

11:30 am - 11:30 amBurton Manor
24Sep

MICHIGAN POLICE EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR (MPEDS) 2023

12:00 am - 11:59 pmGarland Lodge and Resort
28Nov

2022 FBINAA MICHIGAN CHAPTER FALL-WINTER NEWSLETTER

12:00 am - 11:59 pmVirtual / Electronic

Let's Welcome

Our Newest Members

283 SESSION

Renee Vedman- Deputy Chief Grandville PD
Andrew Daenzer-Captain Ingham County Sheriff Dept.
Scott Grewe- Commander Birmingham PD
Michael Johnson- Inspector MSP
Alan Bulifont- Commander Wayne County Sheriff Dept.

284 SESSION

Eric Eugene Wiler-Captain Wyoming Police Department
Yvonne Decaria Brantley-Lieutenant Michigan State Police
Christopher Scott Egan- Chief Allen Park P.D.
Kenneth Michael Pappas- Captain Sterling Heights P.D.
Michael H. Moore- Lieutenant Royal Oak P.D.
Vincent Joseph Belloli- Captain Dearborn P.D.

About FBINAA MICHIGAN

Our Michigan Chapter of the FBI National Academy Association (FBINAA) is made up of over 300 law enforcement command level officers from around the state. It is comprised of personnel from Federal, State, Tribal, County and Municipal departments who are dedicated to their profession, their communities and the Michigan Chapter of the FBINAA.

The purpose of this Association shall be to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States and the laws of the State of Michigan. To protect our country and its citizens from all enemies, foreign and domestic. To promote and encourage training of the officers in the various law enforcement organizations, giving them the benefit of our training received at the FBI National Academy. To cooperate with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. To use and inform all law enforcement officers of the various facilities of the FBI and encourage their use. To encourage attendance at all meetings of our local or regional chapters of the FBI National Academy Associates.To exchange and disseminate ideas and information with law enforcement officers and the general public in all matters of mutual interest.  This organization is organized and operated exclusively for the purposes described in Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

About FBINAA MICHIGAN

Our Michigan Chapter of the FBI National Academy Association (FBINAA) is made up of over 300 law enforcement command level officers from around the state. It is comprised of personnel from Federal, State, Tribal, County and Municipal departments who are dedicated to their profession, their communities and the Michigan Chapter of the FBINAA.

The purpose of this Association shall be to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States and the laws of the State of Michigan. To protect our country and its citizens from all enemies, foreign and domestic. To promote and encourage training of the officers in the various law enforcement organizations, giving them the benefit of our training received at the FBI National Academy. To cooperate with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. To use and inform all law enforcement officers of the various facilities of the FBI and encourage their use. To encourage attendance at all meetings of our local or regional chapters of the FBI National Academy Associates.  To exchange and disseminate ideas and information with law enforcement officers and the general public in all matters of mutual interest.  This organization is organized and operated exclusively for the purposes described in Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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