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NCEA Line of Duty Death - Lieutenant Richard Woods
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Pell City Police Department, Alabama
End of Watch: 03/17/2015
7/21/2015 - 7/21/2015
2015 Criminal Interdiction & Patrol Workshop - Sparta, TN
7/28/2015 - 7/30/2015
2015 Criminal Patrol Seminar - Witchita Falls, TX
8/3/2015 - 8/5/2015
2015 Criminal Patrol Seminar - Monroe, NC
8/19/2015 - 8/19/2015
2015 Shoot for the Blue 2nd Annual NCEA Golf Tournament
8/25/2015 - 8/27/2015
2015 LA County Interdiction Training Workshop - Valencia, CA
9/21/2015 - 9/23/2015
2015 Criminal Patrol Seminar - Brownsburg, IN
9/22/2015 - 9/24/2015
2015 Criminal Patrol Seminar - Rockville, Maryland
The National Criminal Enforcement Association (NCEA) is a non-profit member based organization comprised of Law Enforcement Officers that have the aptitude to be involved in Pro-Active Criminal Enforcement. Our members run the gamut from highway interdiction operations to investigators involved in advanced criminal investigations and the financial aspects of criminal profiteering. The investigative activities include narcotics investigations, package and parcel interdiction, commercial transportation investigations, illegal gambling investigations (including Internet gambling), bank and wire fraud, insurance fraud, computerized crimes and terrorism investigations. Our members are dedicated to the networking and sharing of information about current criminal trends and active criminal investigations. The NCEA preaches that cases are not finished when the traffic stop is over on the side of the road; in reality, they have just began. With the advent of our secure web-based forum that is updated in real-time, our members are aided by an active law enforcement contingency from across the country to help them in taking all their cases to the next level!
The NCEA was founded in 1999 as a tribute to slain Villa Rica Georgia Police Captain Robbie Bishop. Captain Bishop was one of the original pioneers of Pro-Active Criminal Enforcement and its teachings. On January 20, 1999, Captain Bishop paid the ultimate sacrifice on the side of a cold, busy Georgia interstate. The NCEA has dedicated its existence to memorializing this hero and the stance he took against the criminal element. His strong belief in educating law enforcement officers in the tactics of advanced criminal enforcement is continued today by the NCEA. Our motto: 'In Pursuit of the Criminal Element – The Fight Continues,' states what Captain Bishop, and many others before and after, have lived and sacrificed by.
Our membership is very diverse. We have representation from Federal Agencies, State Police Agencies, Highway Patrol, US Wildlife and Fisheries, County and Municipal Peace Officers to name a few. All of these dedicated professionals make a significant contribution to the Homeland Security of our country through aggressive criminal enforcement. This includes enforcement of all crimes and laws that are committed and violated. Our members are dedicated to the incarceration and service of justice to all who disregard and violate the laws that protect the citizens of this great country.
Captain Robbie Edward Bishop, Badge #314
End of Watch: January 20, 1999
'Rest In Peace Warrior, Rest In Peace.'
Sheriff Edward Miller Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office, FL
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