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FBI-LEEDA Inc

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FBI-LEEDA Inc

5 Great Valley Parkway Suite 125

Malvern, Pennsylvania,19355

United States

Company Description

FBI-LEEDA is a 501(c)(3) corporation. The majority of members of FBI-LEEDA are chief executive officers of law enforcement agencies, directors and commissioners of public safety, and elected sheriffs throughout the United States and numerous foreign countries....more

Background Information

Employment History

Faculty

Federal Bureau of Investigation


Chief of Police

City of Columbia


Police Chief

Greer High School


Police Officer Detective

Asheville Police Department


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Instructors - FBI-LEEDA

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Dean Crisp, Faculty Coordinator
Dean Crisp is a 30-year veteran of law enforcement. Chief Crisp served 17 years as a Police Chief. He retired in 2008 to pursue his passion of teaching. He has been an instructor with FBI-LEEDA since 2009. He has a Master's degree in Public Affairs and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy (Class 172) and LEEDS.


Instructors - FBI-LEEDA

www.fbileeda.org [cached]

Dean Crisp, Faculty Coordinator
Dean Crisp is a 30-year veteran of law enforcement. He served as chief of police for 17 years with the Columbia Police Department in South Carolina. He retired in 2008 to pursue his passion of teaching. He has been an instructor with FBI-LEEDA since 2009. He has a Master's degree in Public Affairs and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy (Class 172) and LEEDS.


www.coloradoan.com

Dean Crisp has been in law enforcement for 30 years, and works for FBI-LEEDA.
He explained while fraud and identity theft, are similar they are not the same. "When people do fraud they may take things out of your account or may use your name," Crisp said. "Identity theft is when they assume your identity and pose as you. They also may do things that are a little more extensive, like take a loan out in your name. He hopes by educating law enforcement the number of cases will go down. "We are trying to give law enforcement officers tools for their toolbox, to be able to assist those victims of identity theft," Crisp said. One thing all law enforcement officers agree with the best way to keep your identity safe is to be proactive and protect it. "A lot of times people hand their identity over and they do not even know it. They will hand their credit card to a waitress, she may keep it five or ten minutes and then you do not question why that happened," Crisp said.


GANGS in Orangeburg?

www.knowgangs.com [cached]

Columbia Police Chief Dean Crisp told the (Columbia) Carolina Observer afterward the shooting incident could have been attributed to friction between rival gangs.
"We have preliminary information that gang signs and words were exchanged before the shooting," Crisp said. Here in Orangeburg County, police say there have been no gang-related crimes such as the fatal shooting incident in Columbia.


NCRLE Board of Directors

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Chief H. Dean CrispColumbia Police Department1713 Main St.Columbia, SC 29217


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