November 19, 2011: The St. Louis Rams and America’s Center provided Citizens Academy alumni members and guests from the St. Louis, MO and Springfield, IL chapters with an open, all-access tour of the Edward Jones Dome, home of the NFL St. Louis Rams.
On October 07, 2011, FBI Section Chief George Piro delivered to the invited St. Louis audience an outstanding presentation on Interrogating Saddam Hussein.
During the Iraq War, FBI Special Agent, George Piro was the FBI Team Leader of the Saddam Hussein Interrogation Team.He discussed his seven month experience regarding the face to face interviews conducted and interrogation of the former Iraq dictator.
George Piro is in the center of picture along with St. Louis FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association board members and FBI ASAC.
The August 03, 2011 edition of the WestNewsMagazine.com featured article, “Citizens Police Academy alumnis seek better police-resident relations. SAC Dennis Baker participated at the Ballwin, MO event along with Citizens Academy Alumni members Ray and Kathy Kerlagon.
The FBI National Academy Associates community blood drive was held in St Louis, Missouri on July 25-26,2011.
The St. Louis community, local law enforcement officers and Citizens Academy alumni members participated in donating at locations thoughout St. Louis.
Pictured is Overland, Missouri Police Chief Michael Laws and some of the outstanding Overland, MO law enforcement officers that donated on July 25.
On March 25, 2011, at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., Don Anderson was a speaker at the national signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between FBI and FBNINCAAA at the Directors Community Leadership Awards ceremony. Don Anderson is the President of the FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Association and President of the St. Louis Chapter.
Pictured is Don Anderson (L) and right is Michael P. Kortan, FBI Assistant Director, Office of Public Affairs.
St. Louis Magazine edition features a conversation with FBI St. Louis Division SAC Dennis Baker.
“I work with some of the brightest individuals in the United States and for a safer America, so it’s two-fold,” Anderson said. “The goals are imminently admirable and the people who are involved are likewise admirable.”
The Webster-Kirkwood Times article has been archived and is unavailable.
St. Louis chapter members recently traveled to Washington, DC for the annual Quantico Tour. Alumni attended a special tour at air station for US Marine helicopters designated as “Marine One” for US Presidential detail.