2020 ASIS Orange County Executive Board
2020 Committee Positions
Programs and Activities: Open
Women in Security Liaison: Open
Law Enforcement Liaison: Open
Young Professionals Liaison: Open
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2020 ASIS OC Chapter Goals
Each year we set new goals to further develop ASIS OC Chapter 40, Region 1D. This year's goals are:
Since its founding in 1955 as a professional, individual-type membership association, ASIS has continued to grow. In recent years, ASIS has accepted an average of more than 4,000 new members annually. Committed to advancing professionalism in the field of security, the Society is organized on local, regional and international levels, in a global network of more than 230 chapters.
ASIS members are management specialists who formulate security policy and direct security programs for banks, cleared government facilities, communications networks, hotels, museums, educational institutions, hospitals, shopping malls, domestic and foreign governments and countless other businesses and institutions. Security administrators from the nation's leading firms distinguish the current membership roster.
Representatives of companies or organizations that supply security equipment, materials and services used by security practitioners as well as security/administration of justice students can also be members.
Learn more about ASIS, its executive leadership and vision for the security industry by visiting the ASIS International website, "Who We Are" page.
With more than 38,000 members, the ASIS International is the world's largest organization of security professionals. Its members are dedicated to protecting the people, property and information assets of a diverse group of private and public organizations.
ASIS members are charged with initiating and supervising loss-prevention programs to thwart internal and external offenses ranging from acts of terrorism, the pirating of classified documents, industrial/economic espionage, and counterfeiting, to insurance fraud, arson, employee theft, white collar, computer and organized crime. They are also responsible for preventing or minimizing losses from such natural or man-made disasters as fire, riots, strikes and other civil disorders.