Please join us for the April 2019 InfraGard meeting. This event will take place on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at McEntire Joint National Guard Base located in Eastover, SC. Doors will open at 8:00am for registration and networking. The topics covered will be : Active Shooter, Negotiation/ Crisis Management, and Zero Day Attacks.
Because it will be held at a military base, please register and RSVP with Loyd McClary at firstname.lastname@example.org for entry into the base.
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Featured speakers to include:
J.Robert Chadwick (Rob) Special Agent
Principal Firearms and Tactical Instructor
Special Agent J. Robert Chadwick entered on duty with the FBI in January 2001. Following assignments in the Miami Field Office and at FBI Headquarters, SA Chadwick transferred to the Columbia Field Office where he serves as the Principal Firearms and Tactical Instructor. SA Chadwick is a Sniper and Emergency Medical Technician for the Columbia Division SWAT team. As a Senior Tactical Instructor with the FBI, SA Chadwick has provided training to law enforcement officers around the world. Prior to entering on duty with the FBI, SA Chadwick served as a K9 handler in the Special Operations Division of the Fairfax County (Virginia) Police Department.
Special Agent, FBI Columbia Division
Special Agent Jacquelyn K. Hamelryck is currently assigned to the FBI Columbia Violent Crime Task Force. SA Hamelryck has worked in law enforcement for over 25 years. She began her law enforcement career as a deputy sheriff and investigator with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office in South Carolina for five years. Since joining the FBI in 1998, SA Hamelryck was initially assigned to the Miami Field Office, Violent Crime/Gang Task Force. After transferring to the Columbia FBI Field Office, SA Hamelryck has addressed counterterrorism and violent crime matters. SA Hamelryck also serves as the FBl’s Violent Crimes Against Children Coordinator and the Crisis Negotiator Coordinator for the Columbia Field Office’s Crisis Negotiation Team. In addition, SA Hamelryck is a FBI Adjunct Faculty Program member and FBI instructor on topics such as Crisis Negotiations, Violent Crime, and Terrorism. She recently earned her Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice with an emphasis on criminal behavior from Tiffin University .
Dean Richard Morse
Supervisory Special Agent,
Counterintelligence Cyberspace Operations Section
Born near Portland, Oregon, Mr. Morse received a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts from George Fox College in 1985 and a master’s degree in Business Administration from University of Phoenix in 1995. Mr. Morse served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in West Africa, an OPM Federal Investigator, a Personnel Security Specialist for the U.S. Department of Energy, and a Quality Assurance Coordinator for the University of New Mexico Hospital before joining the FBI. Mr. Morse entered on duty as a Special Agent of the FBI in December 1998. He first reported to the Las Vegas Division, where he investigated white collar crime, and foreign counterintelligence cases. In 2005, Mr. Morse was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent in the Global Espionage Unit of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division. Shortly after arriving to HQ, the Counterespionage Section Chief assigned him as the supervisor of a three-year special investigation into the leak of highly classified information. In 2009, Mr. Morse was assigned back to the Global Espionage Unit where he provided oversight and guidance to multiple field offices conducting espionage investigations. In 2012, Mr. Morse was assigned to the Asia/Near East Unit, Counterintelligence Division. In February 2015, Mr. Morse was named as Acting Unit Chief Asia/Near East, Global Counterintelligence, of the Counterintelligence Division. In March 2016, Mr. Morse was assigned to the Counterintelligence Cyberspace Operations Section.