FBIAA Golf Tournament Benefits College Fund

The Denver Chapter of the FBI Agents Association is excited to announce the following:

2017 Jovick-Malone Memorial Golf Tournament
Location: Hiwan Golf Club in Evergreen, Colorado
When: Monday, July 31, 2017

This is your opportunity to come out and have a great day of golf on the private course played by Phil Mickelson, Steve Elkington, Fred Couples and Sam Snead, just to name a few! This course was described by President Eisenhower as reminding him of Augusta! Take this opportunity to come out and support the Memorial Scholarship Fund and promote camaraderie among family, friends and co-workers.

The tournament is for a good cause supporting the Fallen Agent Memorial College Fund.

The $125 price will include breakfast burritos and coffee, 18 holes of beautiful golf, lunch and the opportunity to win some great prizes. This year, the 1st, 10th, 15th and last place teams will all win! We will also have great raffle prizes. This event is all about providing college scholarships to the spouses and children of deceased FBI Special Agents.

Please consider signing up early and encourage your friends and family to do the same. Spaces are limited and they will fill up fast. We cannot hold your spot until we get your money.

Great prizes to include: Autographed Colorado Avalanche Hockey Stick, PGA Tour pin Flag signed by the US Olympic Players, GPS Golf Caddy, Pro V1X Golf Balls, Colorado Rockies Tickets and many more.

We need sponsors! If you know anyone that can sponsor a foursome, give a prize or make a donation, please get them a flyer and help the cause.

Please contact Garrett Gumbinner (303) 472-2449, Kyle Muxworthy (303) 472-7322 or Josh Bitton (303) 472-0678 if you have any questions or would like to help.


Applications are available for the Bill Stanford Memorial Academic Scholarship (2017/2018 academic year).

Qualified applicants:

  • Are high school seniors scheduled for graduation this spring (or graduated already)
  • Carried a cumulative 3.0 or higher grade point average (on a scale to 4.0)
  • Are children, stepchildren, or grandchildren of a paid-up member (NA grad or counselor) of our chapter


  • Apply now, but before June 2, 2017
  • Hear back from the Chapter before July 31, 2017
  • Recipient will enroll in an accredited school of higher education and in September the Chapter will reimburse the student $1,000

Complete details are included in the application, which is available here.

Dwight Henninger secures chapter endorsement

Chief Henninger

Chief Dwight Henninger announced to the membership at last fall’s retrainer in Vail that he is running for vice president in the International Association of Chiefs of Police. At our February luncheon the membership voted to endorse Dwight’s run. He has been active in Colorado policing since coming to the Vail Valley in 2001, having served all that time as Vail’s chief of police.

Dwight is a graduate of the 196th Session and a member in good standing of the Rocky Mountain Chapter. He has established a website to showcase his campaign and inform voters about him: dwight4iacp.com. 



We wish him well in his bid to become the 4th vice president in the IACP!

Dwight for IACP

Congratulations 267th Session!

Congratulations to the Chapter’s representatives at the 267th Session of the FBI National Academy:

  • Sheriff Matt Lewis, Mesa County Sheriff
  • Captain Jared Rowlison, Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office
  • Commander Adrian Vasquez, Colorado Springs Police Department and
  • Sergeant David Hall, University of Colorado at Denver

They graduate on Saint Patricks Day, Friday March 17, 2017!

Volunteer Position–Program Coordinator, Youth Leadership Program

Interested and qualified FBINA grads are encouraged to compete.

This position requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field as well as being an NA Graduate or previous experience as an FBI NA Counselor. All applicants must also be active members in the FBI National Academy Associates. Nomination must be made through the applicant’s Section Representative

Candidates for this position are typically experienced counselors of the YLP; however, is not a requirement. This position is a five year commitment beginning with Session #19 which is scheduled from June 22 to June 30, 2017. The first year of this assignment will consist of on-the-job training with the incumbent Program Coordinator. The next four years will be as Program Coordinator. In addition, the last year of the assignment will be served as a trainer for the newly selected Program Coordinator. The full term shall be at the pleasure of the Board.

During the Youth Leadership Program, the program coordinator is required to be on duty from 0500 hours to 2130 hours. However, the staff also remain on duty and hold nightly debriefing meetings and secure the dormitory floor.

The program coordinator’s responsibilites include but are not limited to the following:

  1. Review the annual curriculum for the program in conjunction with the YLP Chairman
  2. Review and update the application package used to select attendees
  3. Assist with the selection, overall coordination and assign program instructors/counselors
  4. Manage all program reading assignments
  5. Select instructors and coordinate with the FBI Academy staff through the FBINAA Executive Office
  6. Travel to attend meetings throughout the year as required. This includes attending the annual presidents meeting in Quantico, VA. The cost for this travel will be borne by the FBINAA Inc.
  7. Oversee and procure funding and other resources (memorabilia, vehicles, communication)
  8. Assist the executive director with program scheduling
  9. Review and approve all applications
  10. Address any questionable medical issues with the medical advisor
  11. Arrange UMSC Yellow Brick Road or FBI Course
  12. Procure yellow bricks
  13. Arrange attendees’ airport gate clearances for arrival/departure
  14. Arrange for vehicle parking at the airport(s)
  15. Procure bus for Washington, DC trip
  16. Coordinate the Washington, DC HQ trip
  17. Make arrangements for DC dinner
  18. Author annual articles for “The Associate”
  19. Procure graduation guest lecturer
  20. Procure YLP Graduate Association officer to address graduating class
  21. Procure appropriate cleric for graduation
  22. Implement daily schedule of events
  23. Oversee the daily operation of the program
  24. Coordinate arrival and departure logistics
  25. Assign physical training
  26. Assign photo duties
  27. Assign other logistical (water/cooler/snacks) duties
  28. Instruct one academic block
  29. Administer and proctor the final exam
  30. Oversee program critiques
  31. Manage and dispense approved funds as requested by instructors/counselors
  32. Set code of conduct and review all matters of discipline
  33. Assist at graduation by calling the role of graduates

The overall coordination of the Youth Leadership Program (YLP) lies with the program coordinator. The program coordinator will be selected by the YLP Committee and subsequently submitted for approval by the executive board.

Interested applicants must submit a letter of interest which includes a CV (Resume) and any letters of support to their chapter president (President Todd Deutsch) no later than February 15, 2017. Chapter presidents shall forward ALL reviewed applications to their Section Representative by February 29, 2017.

Section 1 – Tim Braniff – tbraniff@fbinaa.org

Livio A. Beccaccio Award

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Livio A. Beccaccio

The Livio A. Beccaccio Award is a living memorial presented to a FBI National Academy Associates member who has demonstrated exemplary character through an act of heroism, outstanding community service, innovation in law enforcement, or leadership reflective of that by which FBI Special Agent Livio A. Beccaccio lived

Livio A. Beccaccio served as chief of the National Academy Unit at the FBI Academy from 1987 – 1994. Prior to that, he was the chief of the Physical Training Unit at the FBI Academy in Quantico and had multiple assignments after joining the FBI in 1968. He died September 17, 1997 in a helicopter crash which took the lives of 12 members of an international peace-keeping mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Criteria for Selection:
  • An act of valor or bravery at the personal risk of one’s own safety
  • Dedicated, meritorious, and outstanding contribution to one’s community
  • An innovative act and forward thinking which resulted in the improvement of quality in law enforcement or within the community
  • Sustained, outstanding personal character which is consistent, motivational, and inspires
  • FBINAA member in good standing
Selection Process:
  • Annual award covering the period June 1, 2016 – May 31, 2017
  • Submit nomination to Rocky Mountain Chapter by May 31, 2017
  • Chapter must endorse that the nominee is worthy of receiving the award, supported by documentation
  • Nominations must be submitted to the Executive Director by June 2, 2017
  • All nominations received by the Executive Director will be submitted to the Committee Chairperson by June 9, 2017, a selection will be made by June 14, 2017, and the recipient will be notified by June 16, 2017
Submission Process:
  • Any member in good standing may nominate another member in good standing for the award
  • A written narrative with the facts and circumstances that support the nomination must be submitted to the chapter
  • In a cover letter to the Executive  Director, the chapter must validate the nomination, endorse the nominee, prioritize the nominees if more than one is nominated, and forward the nominees names and documentation to support worthiness of receiving the award.

REMINDER: Update your profile

The chapter draws its membership roster–including your contact information–from the profile information listed on the national website. Please check and verify that it’s correct to ensure that we are able to communicate important chapter business to you.

In that same vein, email communication comes from Captain Jensen’s work email address. It is a good practice to “whitelist” his address so those emails are most likely to get through your employer’s firewalls and spam filters. Obviously, we won’t be posting the email address here, but it’s available in the membership directory accessible on the National website: http://FBINAA.org.

NA Graduate Selected to Become Lone Tree’s Top Cop

Commander Kirk Wilson

K. D. Wilson

Kirk Wilson, a graduate of the 253rd Session, was selected to become Lone Tree’s new police chief. Wilson was chosen after the city conducted a nationwide recruiting effort and a lengthy narrowing process. Wilson competed against 78 applicants and found himself among a top three that included another Rocky Mountain Chapter alum. His appointment will be made January 17th, 2017. Congratulations, Chief!

At the time of his selection he was a commander at the Colorado Springs Police Department heading up their Investigations Division. A short biography follows.

Commander Kirk Wilson began his law enforcement career in 1995 with the Colorado Springs Police Department. Commander Wilson has experience in the Patrol, Professional Standards, and the Investigations Divisions. Over the course of his career, Commander Wilson has served as a patrol officer, Master Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Crimes against Children/Adult Sex Crimes detective and a Homicide detective. Commander Wilson was promoted to sergeant in 2005 and supervised at the Falcon Patrol Division and in Internal Affairs. After being promoted to lieutenant in 2008, Commander Wilson managed the Internal Affairs Unit, Sand Creek Patrol Division, Shift III, and then the Violent Crimes Section. In 2012, Commander Wilson was promoted to his current rank, returning to the Sand Creek Patrol Division. Commander Wilson earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from Metropolitan State College in Denver, majoring in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement. In 2013, Commander Wilson successfully completed the FBI National Academy and later that year completed his Master’s Degree in Public Administration at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Commander Wilson is currently assigned as the Commander for the Investigations Division.

Lone Tree, a town of 13,000, is located near I-25 and C470. The police department is 49 people strong.