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Register for the Fall Meeting

Please join us at the 2017 FBI NEIA and MCSO Joint Conference: Fall Meeting in Mackinac Island, Michigan: September 18-22, 2017.

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NEW Article Added

The FBI Assailant Study – Mindsets and Behaviors
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Office of Partner Engagement
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 NEIA 2017 Conncetions Vol. 2 Newsletter Available

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NEIA 2017 Class 40 Dues Invoice Available

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Pay Class 40 dues via the Online Form


NEW Article Added

Making Prevention A Reality: Identifying, Assessing, and Managing the Threat of Targeted Attack
Behavioral Threat Assessment Center; National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime; Critical Incident Response Group; Federal Bureau of Investigation
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WELCOME MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

CHARLIE CONNOLLY

On behalf of the Executive Board and the members of our association, I welcome you to our Web site.


The FBI National Executive Institute Associates (NEIA) is a nonprofit, tax deductible, organization that is open to all graduates of the National Executive Institute (NEI), which has been described as the “crown jewel” of the FBI executive training initiatives. Law enforcement executives who attend the NEI and are members of the NEIA represent the largest federal, state and local law enforcement agencies throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia and South America.


The FBI NEIA’s purpose is to increase the professionalism of law enforcement by providing a learning environment where its members can network, mentor, and share unique executive leadership experiences.

The FBI NEIA is committed to:

1) being a recognized center of excellence in law enforcement education, research and training.

2) providing its members with lifelong opportunities for the free exchange and dissemination of ideas and information as well as professional association with our national law enforcement peers.

Additionally, we maintain a close relationship with the Major Cities Chiefs and Major County Sheriffs Associations.