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Background Information

Employment History

Project Harmony


President

International Police Mountain Bike Association


Affiliations

Bike Patrol

Founder


Education

Southern Police Institute at the University of Louisville


Master Peace Officer certification

State of Texas


Web References(39 Total References)


International Police Mountain Bike Association - 2011 IPMBA Conference

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Tom Woods, Denton Police Department, Denton TX


TIPS Connections - Lt. Tom Woods

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Tom Woods currently serves as a division commander over training and personnel.
He is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute at the University of Louisville and holds a Master Peace Officer certification from the State of Texas. Woods participated in the research and implementation of community policing as the department's operational philosophy. In acknowledgement of their successful community policing initiative, Denton PD received the National League of Cities Award of Excellence for "Improving Service Delivery Through Community Collaboration". His work with community policing as a practitioner and administrator led to participation in various international projects and exchanges. Working for Project Harmony in 1994, he established the first police bicycle patrol in the former Soviet Union and introduced community policing to the police in Petrozavodsk, Karelia. In 1997, after the Genocide, and working for I.C.I.T.A.P (U.S. Department of Justice) he established and trained a one hundred-officer bicycle patrol division in Kigali, Rwanda. Image Through the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) he introduced the concept of community policing to the police in the capital city of Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia. Also in Republic of Georgia, he worked with Project Harmony to establish a network of non-profit resources to aid victims of domestic violence, and served on a team of domestic violence experts seeking to share strategies with government and non-governmental agencies to acknowledge and deal domestic violence in their country. Woods is a founding member and past president of the International Police Mountain Bike Association (IMPBA). He was the co-author of the Complete Guide to Police Cycling, and he has written various articles on community policing and bike patrols in law enforcement and bicycling publications.


About IPMBA - IPMBA

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In celebration of the 25th Annual Conference, founding board members Allan Howard, PCI #001; Kirby Beck, PCI #002; Stu Bracken, PCI #003; Gary Gallinot, PCI #004; Gary McLaughlin, PCI #005; Joe Martin, PCI #006; and Tom Woods, PCI #010, held a small reunion of what was dubbed "IPMBAAA" when the members of the first board passed the torch to their successors.
IPMBA was proud to recognize two individuals who have attended every IPMBA Conference since 1991 - Gary McLaughlin, PCI #005T, Sacramento Police Department, and Tom Woods, PCI #010T, Denton Police Department, were presented with IPMBA badges in recognition of their accomplishment.


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Tom Woods, PCI #010T/EMSCI #117T, Denton Police Department, Denton TX
Jeffrey Youngsma, EMSCI #073, Fremont Fire Dept., Fremont CA


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Tom Woods, Denton PD, Denton TX


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