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November General Meeting - Scottsdale Chief of Police Alan Rodbell

alan_rodbell_1.jpegAmerican Law Enforcement Officers are being attacked across the country - Tea Party Scottsdale Supports our Police  

Scottsdale Chief of Police Alan Rodbell is our Guest Speaker to share with us what we can do to support Law Enforcement and what we need to know as Citizens of Scottsdale.

 Alan Rodbell has been the Police Chief in the City of Scottsdale, Arizona since 2003. He has 36 years of public safety experience, which has taken him through the ranks and multiple levels of responsibility as a line level employee, supervisor, manager, and leader. He came to the city after 25 years serving in the Montgomery County, Maryland Department of Police. He has a B.A., Criminology from the University of Maryland and a Masters degree in Education from McDaniel College, formally Western Maryland College. Chief Rodbell is a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Va.

In the years he has served in Scottsdale, Rodbell has successfully completed a workforce study, enabling the successful full staffing of his department, an award winning Strategic Planning process and has been involved in leading the first Photo Enforcement study on a state highway.

Under his leadership, Scottsdale has achieved double digit reductions in crime making Scottsdale one of the safest cities in Arizona. In the October issue of Parent Magazine, the City was recognized as the best city in the country to raise children, complete with an A+ grade for public safety, and most recently, Law Street Media has named Scottsdale the 5th safest city in the U.S..

Chief Rodbell sits on two State Boards, appointed by the Governor, the Arizona Police Officer Standards and Training Board, and the Homeland Security, Central Regional Advisory Council. In 2013, Chief Rodbell received the NAACP Law Enforcement Award for his work with the community from the East Valley NAACP.

Chief Rodbell is a member of the East Valley Chiefs of Police Association, East Valley Gang and Criminal Information Fusion Center, International Association of Chiefs of Police and the FBI National Academy Association.  He also serves as an Executive Board member of the East Valley NAACP and a member of the Arizona Black Law Enforcement Employees Association.  

November 19, 2015 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Venue 8600
8600 E Anderson Dr
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
United States
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