Henley-Putnam University Sponsors Teleconference on "Why 'Bad Guys' Like the U.S. Postal Service" On August 28, 2008

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Henley Putnam University will be sponsoring a teleconference on "Why 'Bad Guys' Like The U.S. Postal Service," given by David Nee, retired Postal Inspector. Call now to reserve your space 408-453-9900 ext. 9949.

On Thursday, August 28 at 10 A.M. (PT), Henley Putnam University will be sponsoring a teleconference on "Why 'Bad Guys' Like The U.S. Postal Service," given by David Nee, retired Postal Inspector.

The teleconference will include topics such as:

  •     The oldest law enforcement agency in the United States: the United States Postal Service
  •     Some history behind the USPS and its law enforcement role
  •     The role of the US Postal Service's Office of Inspector General
  •     How the USPS is the largest US intelligence gathering agency you never heard of
  •     What kinds of investigations the USPS conducts, and how they assist other law enforcement agencies

There will be a brief Question & Answer session following the seminar.

About the Presenter
David Nee spent nearly 30 years in the Postal Inspection Service investigating workers compensation fraud, internal financial crimes, mail bombs, and security. Prior to his career as a Postal Inspector, David was a military policeman and a claims adjuster for Hartford Insurance Company. While living in Indiana, he spent more than 16 years coordinating the security of the Indiana Postal Service (750 facilities, 15,000 employees), which included physical, mail, and personnel security, security risk assessments, crime prevention, emergency preparedness, and design security for all new postal facilities in Indiana. David also was a supervisor on Inspection Service's special event security task forces that protected the 1987 Pan American Games, Universal Postal Union Congress, 1996 Atlanta Olympics, 2001 Police & Fire Games at Indianapolis, McVeigh's execution, and many Indy 500 races. He also conducted a major tabletop exercise for the Inspection Service's 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic task force. He holds a B.S. degree from the University of Wisconsin - Platteville.

While with the US Postal Inspection Service, David was a certified instructor in the following areas: Crisis Management Planning, Executive Protection, Firearms, Physical Security, Workers Compensation Fraud, Special Event Security, Internal Crimes for Military Postal Service, Tabletop Exercises, Security Control Officer Program, and Bomb Threat Management Program.

Currently, David is a security instructor for LSI Security Institute, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, and Ryan Wesley Associates. The courses he teaches are Crisis Management Planning, Bomb Threat Management, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), Security Design, Violence in Workplace, Risk Assessment, Identity Theft, and Executive Protection.

Founded in August 2001, Henley-Putnam University is a leading educational institution in the field of Strategic Security. Offering nationally accredited online Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees in Intelligence Management, Terrorism/Counterterrorism Studies, and Protection Management, Henley-Putnam prepares law enforcement, military, intelligence community, and private industry professionals with the network, skills, and insights to advance in their careers and protect the future. Henley-Putnam University, which is committed to building a student and alumni network that will serve its community, is an accredited member of DETC (http://www.detc.org) and offers more than 100 courses taught by hands-on faculty members from renowned institutions such as the CIA and FBI. For more information on Henley-Putnam University, call 888-852-8746 or visit us online at http://www.henley-putnam.edu.


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