Leadership in Counter Terrorism Alumni Association
Leadership in Counter Terrorism Alumni Association

Election of Officers for 2021-22 see News section

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Due to ongoing pandemic issues, the next conference is now scheduled for May 2022 in London

New report on attitude of British Muslims posted in Articles section

Next Executive Teleconference

Election of Executive for 2021-2022

In accordance with the By-Laws of the Association, an election is due to appoint the executive positions of the Association. As there is no physical meeting for the Annual General Meeting, the election will be held electronically.

 

Nominations for Office should be forwarded via the contact form on this website and be received no later than 28th May. The ballot will then proceed with announcement made in the third week of June.

 

Duties of Officers and Election Process is contained in the attached document.

Election Duties of Officers.pdf
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Proposal for amendment to By-Laws

Proposal for change to By-Laws has been approved by the Executive and was carried by a unanimous vote of members that took part.

Covid-19 Pandemic restrictions mean it is unlikely that many international colleagues would be able to travel in 2021. Therefore the Executive have decided to postpone the annual conference until May 2022. See Seminars and Conference page for further details.

More details on draft programme available in restricted area of Seminars & Conference Section

Award for Deputy Commissioner John Miller, NYPD

Deputy Commissioner John Miller was recently recognized by Voices of September 11th at VOICES Always Remember Gala, which was held at the New York Athletic Club.  He was presented with VOICES 2019 Leadership Award for his extraordinary leadership and unwavering commitment to public service that is protecting citizens around the world. Deputy Commissioner Miller's keynote remarks included insights into his longstanding career in law enforcement and intelligence, as well as his personal experience as a journalist interviewing Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan in 1998.  As part of his remarks he recognized LinCT members Chief James Waters, Chief Thomas Galotti, and Lieutenant John Slevin, who attended the event. 

 

Mary Fetchet, VOICES Executive Director commented, “John is a longstanding member of the Leadership in Counterterrorism (LinCT) Alumni Association and a highly respected leader among the international counterterrorism community.  It was an honor to recognize John for his extraordinary contributions and steadfast efforts in protecting our communities.  Although John deals with serious issues every day, he maintains a remarkable sense of humor.”  The gala was no exception.   

 

 

View the photo gallery at www.voicesofseptember11.org

 

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Click here for the minutes of the teleconference meeting of the Executive

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