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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.

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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.