NCMS MidSouth Chapter - Luncheon
(Tax Exempt #TJ-23-7071476)
When: February 20, 2013
Time: 11:00 - 12:30
Where: Holiday Inn Madison Square Mall
Topic: The latest in Scams, Schemes and Shams
- NCMS members: $15.00
- Non-members: $15.00
10:30 am - 11:00 am - Registration/Check-in
11:00 am - 11:15 am - Welcome and Opening Remarks
11:15 am - 12:15 pm - "US Postal Inspection Service", guest speakers Scott Barber and R. Ronald Mayhew, Jr.
12:30 pm - Closing Remarks and Adjourn
Scott Barber has been a US Postal Inspector for 9 years. Prior to becoming a US Postal Inspector, he was a Missouri State Trooper for 8 1/2 years. Current duties are the investigation of crimes that involve the use of US Mail (mail fraud, credit card fraud, drug parcels). He is currently assigned to Birmingham, AL; which investigates crimes for the Northern District of Alabama.
R. Ronald Mayhew, Jr., (better known as "Ronnie") joined the U.S. Postal Inspection Service on April 7, 2012 after spending five years practicing criminal law in Virginia and three months as a deputy sheriff for the Shelby County (AL) Sheriff's Office. Ronnie has both prosecuted and defended criminal cased in bench and jury trials, and was appointed by the 22nd Judicial District Court to oversee elections as one of three members of the Pittsylvania County (VA) Electoral Board. Prior to leaving the private practice of law, Ronnie spent two years volunteering his time as an auxiliary police office with the Danville (VA) Police Department. He has a wife and two children. Inspector Mayhew is assigned to the Birmingham Domicile.
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NCMS Midsouth Chapter
NCMS was founded in 1964 by a group of government and industry security classification managers and administrators who recognized the importance of establishing a society, national in scope, to advance the practice of Classification Management as a profession.
Today, the Society has over 5,000 members and approximately 45 chapters in the United States and overseas including representatives from NATO countries. Within the U.S., members come from the Department of Energy, Department of Defense, Department of State, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Security Agency, General Accounting Office--virtually every Federal agency that deals with classification--and from the civilian contractors who work with these agencies.
The purpose of the Society is to advance the practice of classification management in the disciplines of industrial security, information security, government designated unclassified information, and intellectual property, and to foster the highest qualities of security professionalism among its members.