Chapter Chairman: Dan Kieling CPP Dan is a Vice President in charge of Security for the Washington State Region with Wells Fargo and Co. He has served with the Corporate Security Teams at First Interstate Bank and Wells Fargo for over 28 years. Dan holds certifications as a...Read More
From its inception the Puget Sound Chapter of ASIS International has stood proudly beside police officers from all communities in the Northwest. We have made the Puget Sound Law Enforcement Appreciation Banquet an annual event to honor individual police officers who have...Read More
Vendors, Attendees, and Friends, Its that time of year again – planning for the 2014 Seminars and Exhibits is well underway and its not too early to reserve your place in our biggest annual event!! Please plan to join us November 18th for the Northwest ASIS Region’s...Read More
Washington State Organized Retail Crime Alliance (WSORCA) Wins Matthew Simeone P3 Award for 2014! The Matthew Simeone ASIS Award for Public Private Partnership Excellence recognizes outstanding achievement by members of an ASIS chapter in the advocacy, development,...Read More
The ASIS Puget Sound’s Young Professional Group is committed to helping our region’s young and new members thrive and grow in the security profession.
Sylvester Servance, Director of Security for the Seattle Mariners gave us a behind the scenes look at the security of Safeco Field.
This years North West Security Conference & Expo will be held at the Lynnwood Convention Center sporting 400 FREE parking spaces on site.
ASIS International is the preeminent organization for security professionals, with more than 38,000 members worldwide.
We have 15 Committee Chairs who are committed to furthering security and helping our members.
For 30 years, the Certified Protection Professional (CPP) designation has served as the pinnacle for Security Management recognition.
After publishing my first novel this year The Potential, I was asked by an acquaintance, how did a security consultant become a writer? I responded by saying that a consultant is a writer. Although writing for security is non-fiction, the consultant still has to create a vision, an idea that makes the reader or listener want to know more. The same principle applies to fictional writers. My challenge was to organize the ideas that were bouncing around in my head and translate my visions into readable storylines.