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    • 10/08/2022
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • 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 from 9am to 11am 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 participants must wear a mask.

    Please dress comfortably and wear closed toe shoes.  Try not to wear any jewelry if possible.  All attendees are required to wear hairnets (provided by FMSC) Children under 12 will require adult supervision.  

    Space is limited to 25 volunteers, so please RSVP ASAP!


    • 10/19/2022
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Holland Community Center 34250 N 60th St, Bldg. B Scottsdale, AZ 85266
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    Human trafficking is the illegal exploitation of a person. Anyone can be a victim of human trafficking, and it can occur in any U.S. community—cities, suburbs, and even rural areas. The FBI works human trafficking cases under its Crimes Against Children and Human Trafficking program. We take a trauma informed, victim-centered approach in investigating these cases.

    Here in the United States, both U.S. residents and foreign nationals are being bought and sold like modern-day slaves. Traffickers use violence, manipulation, or false promises of well-paying jobs or romantic relationships to exploit victims. Victims are forced to work as prostitutes or to take jobs as migrant, domestic, restaurant, or factory workers with little or no pay. Human trafficking is a heinous crime that exploits the most vulnerable in society.

    Under the human trafficking program, the FBI investigates:

    • Sex trafficking: When individuals are compelled by force, fraud, or coercion to engage in commercial sex acts. Sex trafficking of a minor occurs when the victim is under the age of 18. For cases involving minors, it is not necessary to prove force, fraud, or coercion.
    • Labor trafficking: When individuals are compelled by force, threats, or fraud to perform labor or service.
    • Domestic servitude: When individuals within a household appear to be nannies, housekeepers, or other types of domestic workers, but they are being controlled and exploited.

    Speaker Bio

    FBI Phoenix Field Office




    • 10/22/2022
    • 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Westworld Equidome 16601 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    • 87
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    VIP Life Member Event

    Agenda: 

    *Parking is $10 (cash only) - Detailed driving directions below

    • Gates Open — 8:00 am (look for Kristi Lee at the main entrance to check in - cell: 623-910-4630) NOTE: There will be several other events happening in the surrounding Westworld arenas and lines for parking start backing up quickly. 
    • Opening Ceremonies — 8:30 am (all Handler/Dog teams will line up on the field)
    • Main Event Starts — 9:00 am
    • We will have a section blocked off for our group to sit together on the north side at the center of the arena.
    • FBIPCAAA Group picture at 10am Location: near our seating area.
    • Concession stands will be open selling food and drinks. 
    • Casual / comfortable dress (please wear your FBIPCAAA Life Member badge)

    If you have any questions the day of the event - please call/text Kristi (623) 910-4630

    Map of WestWorld:


    Driving Directions:

    North (Flagstaff): 
    I-17 South to SR-101 Loop - Eastbound into Scottsdale. Take the Pima/Princess exit. Make a left at Bell Road (second light) Continue east on Bell Road. Turn right on 94 Street. Travel south to the WestWorld entrance.

    South (Tucson): 
    I-10 to US-60 (Superstition Freeway). US-60 East to SR-101 Loop. SR-101 North to Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. Exit at Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., move to far right lane. Continue straight, crossing the Frank Lloyd Wright intersection. WestWorld entrance is ½ block north on the right at large horse statue.


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    One of the many benefits of being a valued Life/Legacy Member is to be invited to special events throughout the year. Join us as we get to see K9 teams show off their skills in this spirited competition. Our organization is sponsoring a K9 team and we will be able to meet and take a group photo with the handler and his/her dog. We will be sitting socially distanced with our group in the arena (once you register, we will send you details of where our group will gather). Each Life/Legacy member can bring a guest. 

    *As a thank you for being a valued Life/Legacy Member - each attendee & their guest, will be given an FBIPCAAA challenge coin

    Not a Life/Legacy Member yet?  Contact us for more information how you can upgrade your membership and join in the fun! (email: events@fbipcaaa.org - Attn: Kristi Lee)

    Every year the Desert Dog Police K9 Trials & Public Safety Expo invites Federal, Military and Police K9’s from all over the state and country to come and test their skills in a spirited two-day competition. K9 teams compete in various exercises and events to simulate real-life scenarios that include handler protection, apprehension, narcotic and explosives detection, tactical obedience and agility.

    Watching these amazing K9s and their partners compete is a fun and exciting event for the whole family. In addition to approximately 70 K9 teams competing, there will be Static Police Displays, SWAT and Aviation Demonstrations and Public Safety Vehicles.

    Over 50 vendors will be set up in the vendor area promoting their local businesses and selling a wide variety of products and dog related merchandise. Concession stands will be open selling food and drinks. 

    *NO PRIVATELY OWNED DOGS ALLOWED


    ** One of the many benefits of being a Life/Legacy Member - you will have access to exclusive events such as this one. 

    https://www.fbipcaaa.org/FBIPCAAA-Membership-Options

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


    Please note:  Registration will close one day prior to event


      • 10/27/2022
      • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
      • Venue8600 - 8600 E Anderson Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85255
      • 73
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      Presentation Description:

      “The Aldrich Ames Espionage Investigation” recently recounted in Bryan Denson’s book Catching a Russian Spy

      Catching a Russian Spy is the story of the FBI's investigation of Aldrich Ames, CIA agent who turned Russian spy, and the agent who helped bring him to justice.
      Aldrich H. "Rick" Ames was a 31-year veteran of the CIA. He was also a Russian spy. By the time Ames was arrested in 1994, he had betrayed the identities of dozens and caused the deaths of ten agents. The notorious KGB (and later the Russian intelligence service, SVR) paid him millions of dollars.

      Agenda

      5:00 pm: Registration & Reception

      6:00 pm: Program starts

      6:30 pm: Dinner served

      8:00 pm: Program ends




      Speaker Bio:

      LESLIE G. WISER, JR.

      Leslie G. Wiser, Jr. is South Carolina’s Deputy State Inspector General.  He is a Certified Inspector General and a Certified Fraud Examiner.  Prior to joining the Office of the State Inspector General, Mr. Wiser was a Senior Instructor on the faculty of the University of South Carolina’s Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, where he lectured in various courses, including “Homeland Security & Terrorism”, “Violence in America”, “Policing”, and “Organized Crime.”  Before joining the faculty, Mr. Wiser served as the Assistant Chief of Police and Chief of Staff for the City of Columbia Police Department, where he was second in command.

      Mr. Wiser retired from the FBI in 2007 after a 23-year career, rising through the ranks as a Special Agent, serving in a variety of field and headquarters positions, including the Office of Congressional and Public Affairs, where he was the liaison to the intelligence and judiciary committees of the House and Senate.  In 2004, he was appointed as Special Agent-in-Charge of the FBI’s Columbia Division, responsible for all FBI investigations, operations, and administration in South Carolina.  In 2005, Director Mueller appointed him to lead the Newark Division, one of the Bureau’s largest divisions, as Special Agent-in-Charge, where he directed FBI activities in New Jersey.

      His work in the FBI has been recounted in the non-fiction books FBI Files: Catching a Russian Spy, Nightmover, Betrayal: The Story Of Aldrich Ames, An American Spy, Killer Spy, Tiger Trap, and more.  Among his many honors, the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency awarded him the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement in 1994, and Mr. Wiser received the prestigious FBI Director’s Award for Outstanding Counterintelligence Investigation in 2006.  In 2007, the President of the United States awarded Mr. Wiser the Presidential Rank of Meritorious Senior Executive.

      Following his FBI retirement, he worked for the New Jersey Devils as Director of Security for the Prudential Center, a sports and entertainment venue serving the New York metropolitan area, producing high-profile concerts, NHL hockey games, NCAA basketball, and other entertainment events.

      He started his career as a naval officer in the US Navy’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps, prosecuting cases before courts-martial, later serving as the Legal Officer for the USS Fulton and Submarine Squadron Ten.

      Mr. Wiser holds a Bachelor of the Arts degree from Allegheny College and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.  He was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1979.  He is married to Debra Wiser, his wife of 44 years.  He has two children and three grandchildren.


      • 12/14/2022
      • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
      • Holland Community Center 34250 N 60th St, Bldg. B Scottsdale, AZ 85266
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      Join us for this second presentation in a 4-part series in partnership with the Holland Community Center.

      Every year, thousands of people become victims of holiday scams. Scammers can rob you of hard-earned money, personal information, and, at the very least, a festive mood. When shopping online during the holiday season, or any time of year, always be wary of deals that seem too good to be true.

      Do your part to avoid becoming a scammer’s next victim and connect with FBI subject matter experts to learn the ins and outs of holiday scams, holiday safety tips, how to report, and the resources available to you.

      Step 1: Please click here to register: https://fbipcaaa.org/event-4933546

      Step 2: At the bottom of the registration page, you will see the donation button. Suggested donation is: $15.00, however you may choose any amount you wish. (In the donation comments please note this is for the Senior Fraud presentation).


      Speaker Bio

      TBD: Special Agent, FBI Phoenix Field Office





    Past events

    09/23/2022 FBI Presentation on Domestic Terrorism (A "Sneak Peek" of the 2023 Citizens Academy)
    09/20/2022 September 2022 Phoenix Mixer
    09/14/2022 FBI Presentation on Senior Fraud
    08/10/2022 Addressing the Threat of Radicalized Violence
    07/27/2022 Native American Community Backpack Drive in Tucson
    07/21/2022 Native American Community Backpack Drive in Phoenix
    06/16/2022 Director Tim Roemer on Cyber Security
    05/19/2022 Tucson Welcome Mixer Classes of 2020 and 2022
    05/12/2022 *Venue Change to Flagstaff* FBI SWAT/Hostage Training - Life Member Exclusive Event
    05/03/2022 Phoenix Welcome Mixer Classes 2020 & 2022
    04/30/2022 Class of 2022 FBICA Range Day and Graduation
    04/30/2022 Class of 2020 FBICA Range Day - April 30, 2022
    03/08/2022 Women Behind the Badge - Panel Discussion
    02/28/2022 FBI Presentation on Elder Fraud
    02/24/2022 FBI Fraud & Scams Presentation
    01/20/2022 FBI Foreign Influence
    12/18/2021 December 2021 Volunteering Opportunities - Shop with your Cops
    12/09/2021 2021 Phoenix Holiday Mixer
    12/02/2021 2021 Flagstaff Holiday Mixer
    12/02/2021 2021 Tucson Holiday Mixer
    11/09/2021 FBI White Collar Crime Investigations
    10/07/2021 2021 Annual Meeting & Signature Fall Event
    09/23/2021 September 2021 Phoenix Mixer
    09/16/2021 The Dynamics of Fraud Schemes in Our Communities - An FBIPCAAA Virtual Event
    08/07/2021 Feed My Starving Children
    06/30/2021 TSA Canine Decoy Program May - June 2021
    05/27/2021 May 2021 Phoenix Mixer
    03/23/2021 De-Escalation Tactics Discussion - An FBIPCAAA Virtual Event
    02/24/2021 Active Shooter Awareness Training - A Virtual Event
    01/27/2021 Steve Bay (Edward Snowden's Supervisor) Presents Insider Threat - An FBIPCAAA Virtual Event
    01/20/2021 Legacy Giving Program Introduction - An FBIPCAAA Virtual Event
    12/02/2020 2020 Annual Meeting & Signature Fall Event
    10/15/2020 Protecting yourself and those around you from online identity theft, scams, and online predators
    09/15/2020 Kidnappings in Mexico
    06/17/2020 An Introduction to Human Trafficking - Counter-Trafficking (A Virtual Event)
    04/29/2020 New World of Privacy in these Unprecedented Times
    04/22/2020 Welcome the 2020 Citizens Academy Class
    01/01/2020 Tucson: Elder Fraud - CANCELLED
    01/01/2020 2020 Flagstaff Mixer & Welcome the new 2020 FBI Citizens Academy Graduates - CANCELLED
    01/01/2020 2020 Range Day and Graduation - CANCELLED
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