FBI NAA
 

Executive Board

  John Neal, NA 235
President
john.neal@ridgelandms.org  
     
  Craig Petersen
1st Vice President
cpetersen@gulfport-ms.gov 
     
  Macon Moore, NA 263
2nd Vice President
mmoore@desotocountyms.gov  
     
  Linda Atterberry, NA 222
Secretary / Treasurer
linda.l.atterberry@gmail.com
     
 

Mission

Impacting communities by providing and promoting law enforcement leadership through training and networking.

Upcoming Events

Mississippi Chapter Spring Re-Trainer 
March 28, 29 2019, Pearl MS  
Location: Holiday Inn-Trustmark Park Pearl, 110 Bass Pro Drive, Pearl MS 39208
Registration Forms and  Invoices

Mississippi Chapter Summer Conference
August 25th thru 29th, 2019 Gulfport MS.
Location Courtyard Marriott, 1600 East Beach Blvd., Gulfport MS 39501
Registration Forms and  Invoices


Recent Events

  • Mississippi Chapter Summer Conference
  • July 31, 2017 to August 3, 2017, Gulfport MS  
  • Location: Courtyard  by Marriott, Gulfport  Beachfront 1600  East  Beach  Boulevard Gulfport,  MS   39501

 

Message from President
John Neal

The honor to represent the membership of the Mississippi Chapter of FBI National Academy Associates is certainly an experience I will consider one of the greatest in my law enforcement career.  The leaders of this association who came before me laid a solid foundation and the past presidents left large shoes to be filled.  I am blessed and thankful for the leadership team of this organization and have the greatest confidence in our team’s ability to continue growing this association.  Our chapter’s mission statement pledges that we will provide continuing training and education to graduates of the FBI National Academy to promote the highest degree of expertise and professionalism in the law enforcement community.  Our association will continue to offer training in the most critical areas of our profession to help enhance the services we provide to the citizens of Mississippi.

As you reflect on your days at the National Academy, one of the highlights which could not be fully understood until immersed in the experience, was the importance of fellowship and networking with other law enforcement leaders from across the world.  As the national office of the FBINAA continues with a worldwide membership drive, I challenge each of our active members to think back to their experiences at Quantico and understand the importance of remaining active in future years.  The leadership of this association is committed to bringing more events to the membership which will provide opportunities for the exchanging of ideas and information.

The law enforcement profession is experiencing an era of change from many different angles.  Our officers on the streets are often scrutinized for their actions and turn to leaders within the department for guidance.  Training topics will be sought to help grow, develop and prepare those leaders across the state to overcome these challenges.

Again, I am truly honored, humbled and proud to have been selected to serve on the leadership team of our association and excited to begin my tenure as the President of the MS Chapter of FBI National Academy Associates.