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FBI Phoenix Citizens Academy Alumni Association

Upcoming events

    • 08/07/2021
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (UTC-07:00)
    • 1345 S Alma School Rd, Mesa, AZ 85210

    Founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a Christian non-profit that provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children.

    Come join the FBIPCAAA at Feed My Starving Children for a volunteer effort that will not only benefit children and communities in desperate need but impact the hearts and lives of volunteers and donors like you! Your efforts will help us engage world hunger on a personal level, while sharing a meaningful, memorable community service opportunity.

    Please follow CDC guidelines regarding Covid-19.  All particpants must wear a mask.

    Please dress comfortably and wear closed toe shoes.  Try not to wear any jewelry if possible.  Children under 12 will require adult supervision.  

    Space is limited so please RSVP and confirm ASAP!!!

    • 09/16/2021
    • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM (UTC-07:00)
    • This is a Virtual Event. The Zoom Link will be emailed one day prior to the event to registered/paid attendees.
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    Presentation Description

    Fraud Schemes are ever prevalent in our day-to-day lives and Detective Kellie McGhee's, a Detective with the Phoenix Police Department presentation will include the following topics:

    • Current fraud scheme trends 
    • Steps criminals take to look like legitimate businesses
    • How a telemarketing scam is formulated 
    • Scams targeting our youth 
    • Resources available
    • How to protect yourself and family members. 

    Speaker Bio

    Detective Kellie McGhee

    Detective Kellie McGhee joined the ranks of the Phoenix Police Department in 1998. She is currently assigned to the financial crimes detail and fills a task force position with United States Secret Service. Det. McGhee through her 23 years of service has held investigative duties with internet crimes against children as a FBI task force officer, school violence, graffiti, and bias details.

    In conjunction with her police career, Det. McGhee severed in the Army National Guard and retired from service as the Operations Officer for the 215th Regional Training Institute AZARNG.  Det. McGhee earned her Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement Justice Administration at Western Illinois University and her Master's in Educational Leadership at Northern Arizona University.    In her down time, Det. McGhee and her family volunteer with The Fetch Foundation focusing on the development of future service and therapy dogs.  

    Please note:  Registration will close two days prior to event


    $15 for each FBICA Graduate and his/her guest(s)

    Register Here: https://www.fbipcaaa.org/event-4373785

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    * Donations may be tax deductible. All payments to the FBIPCAAA are non-refundable upon receipt.

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