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FBI National Executive Institute Associates

The FBI National Executive Institute Associates (NEIA) is a private, non-profit organization, of chief executives of the largest law enforcement agencies throughout the U.S., Canada, Australia, and Europe. Representing a broad range of key Federal, state and local agencies, these top officials, totaling more than 1400, are all graduates of the FBI’s National Executive Institute (NEI), an intensive, three-week leadership training program held at the FBI Academy at Quantico, Virginia.

Established in 1976 in response to the Major Cities Chiefs’ Association’s (MCCA’s) request for a program designed specifically for the Nation’s highest ranking law enforcement executives, NEI soon opened its classes to international students. Today, 39 classes have graduated from NEI, which is widely recognized as one of the world’s premier law enforcement leadership training programs.


FBI NEIA Established for Graduates. In 1980, with the goals of providing continuing education and research findings and to enhance professionalism among their peers, a group of dedicated NEI graduates established ENIA. Among its myriad activities, NEIA now conducts training conferences in partnership with the MCCA and the Major County Sheriffs’ Association (MCSA); publishes the quarterly newsletter, NEIA Connections; presents the annual Penrith Award to a member for excellence in law enforcement leadership and administration; and grants the annual Monroe Scholarship to a member’s child who is pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree.
 


FBI NEIA MISSION

NEIA Provides a learning environment where its members can network, mentor, and share unique executive leadership experiences. Committed to serving as a recognized center of excellence in law enforcement education, research and training, NEIA provides members with lifelong opportunities for the free exchange and dissemination of ideas, information and personal association with their national and international peers. NEIA members are accountable to the guiding principles of:

HONOR

We hold ourselves to the highest levels of ethical conduct.

PROFESSIONALISM

We practice excellence in law enforcement with a strong commitment to lifelong learning.

DEDICATION

We recognize those who epitomize leadership and innovation in law enforcement and pledge to conduct ourselves in a manner that will lend dignity to the profession and to the nations we serve.

 


FBI NEIA Membership Dues

  • Membership Dues 2017 - ONLINE PAY - Pay your 2017 NEIA Membership Dues with the online form. All members can pay online with a credit card; the site has been updated to accept international credit card information.
  • Membership Dues 2017 - MAIL IN - Pay your 2017 NEIA Membership Dues with the printable form. You may complete and mail in the linked form. 
  • Session 40 Dues - Pay your Session 40 NEIA Dues with the online form. The form has Credit Card and Check payment options.
  • Download the Session 40 Payment Form - Pay your Session 40 NEIA Dues via check if you are unable to fill out the form online

 

 


Ed Tully Obituary

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