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SFASIS June Monthly Meeting

SF Bay Area Chapter ASIS

Thursday, June 20, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (PDT)

Alameda, CA

SFASIS June Monthly Meeting

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Member Lunch and Tour Ended $20.00 $0.00
Guest of Member in Attendance Ended $25.00 $0.00

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Join us on June 20th aboard the USS Hornet for our monthly Chapter meeting. Attendee's will enjoy an  informative presentation by Mr. David J. Johnson, Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the San Francisco Office of the FBI. Mr. Johnson will talk about the FBI's Domestic Security Alliance Council (DSAC), and the advancing Cyber threat that concerns us all. After the meeting, we'll be offered a tour of the historic USS Hornet and Lunch. This event is open only to members of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of ASIS International.  Each member may bring up to a total of two (2) guests.   Directions and Parking information follow this article.  Registration for this event will cease on June 12 due to space limitations and luncheon requirements.  At the door registration may be denied for this very special event.

David. S. Johnson, SAC FBI 

Mr. Johnson entered on duty with the FBI in 1991 and was assigned to a Violent Crime Squad in the San Jose Resident Agency. In 1994, he was assigned to the High Technology Squad, which was responsible for investigating all matters impacting high-tech companies. Mr. Johnson served as a case agent on a complex theft of proprietary information matter with a sensitive counterintelligence component; this case became the first to be prosecuted under the economic espionage classification.

In 1997, Mr. Johnson was assigned to a Mexican Drug Trafficking Organization Squad. Two years later, he became a supervisory special agent of the Asian Organized Crime Squad in the San Jose Resident Agency and led two successful multi-agency task forces that targeted human trafficking and police corruption and racketeering cases.

As the chief of the Crimes against Children Unit, he developed the Innocence Lost National Initiative, which identifies and rescues minors involved in prostitution and investigates the pimps who profit from their exploitation. This work continues through the Child Exploitation Task Force. Mr. Johnson established the Child Abduction Rapid Deployment teams and technology to assist in locating registered sex offenders and collaborated with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in northern Virginia.

He was promoted to the assistant special agent in charge of the San Francisco Division and managed all criminal programs, the Victim Witness Program, and the SWAT team. In 2008, Mr. Johnson was promoted to inspector in charge and led the task force created by the attorney general to conduct a criminal investigation into the destruction of interrogation videotapes by the CIA. He and other members of the investigative team were awarded the Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service for their efforts.

In 2009, he became chief of the Violent Crimes Section in the Criminal Investigative Division, responsible for managing programs that involve federal violations such as bank robberies, kidnappings, extortions, crimes against children, Indian country matters, fugitives, major theft, transportation crimes, and special jurisdiction matters. In 2011, he was reassigned to be the chief of the newly created Latin America/Southwest Border Threat Section, which was formed to address the multitude of issues surrounding the U.S./Mexico border.

Mr. Johnson has a Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of Pittsburgh and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1990 and practiced insurance defense law before joining the FBI. 

DIRECTIONS 

From San Francisco and the Bay Bridge: Cross the Bay Bridge towards Oakland and follow the signs for I-880 South/San Jose/Alameda. Take the Broadway/Alameda exit and turn right at the bottom of the ramp onto 5th Street. Continue straight on 5th Street, remaining on street level. At the Broadway intersection, veer to your left to enter the Webster Street Tube (the Alameda entrance to the tunnel is under the freeway).

Alameda from the Webster Street Tube: After emerging from the Tube, follow the sign for Webster Street. At the corner of Webster and Atlantic, turn right onto Ralph Appezzatto Memorial Pkwy and drive approximately one mile. Turn left onto Main Street and then turn right onto W Pacific Ave to enter the former naval air station. At the intersection of Skyhawk St, turn left and drive to the end of the street. Turn right onto W Hornet Ave and proceed towards the cluster of large ships. Parking is located across the street from the pier. (See Detour instructions in the event of Tube closure.)

From San Jose and I-880 Northbound: Proceed toward downtown Oakland and take the Broadway exit. At the end of the ramp, follow the signs to Alameda, turning right on Broadway and then immediately turning right on 7th Street. Go two blocks to Webster Street and turn right again, entering the Webster Tube (tunnel) to Alameda. (Alternate: Turn left on Broadway and left again to enter Tube under the freeway overpass.)

Alameda from the Webster Street Tube: After emerging from the Tube, follow the sign for Webster Street. At the corner of Webster and Atlantic, turn right onto Ralph Appezzatto Memorial Pkwy and drive approximately one mile. Turn left onto Main Street and then turn right onto W Pacific Ave to enter the former naval air station. At the intersection of Skyhawk St, turn left and drive to the end of the street. Turn right onto W Hornet Ave and proceed towards the cluster of large ships. Parking is located across the street from the pier. (See Detour instructions in the event of Tube closure.)

Have questions about SFASIS June Monthly Meeting? Contact SF Bay Area Chapter ASIS

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USS Hornet
West Hornet Avenue
Alameda, CA 94501

Thursday, June 20, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (PDT)


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