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Transitions Ad Hoc Council Law Enforcement Certification Scholarship

​​​​​Sponsored by the Transitions Ad Hoc Council, these awards provide funds for ASIS members who actively serve in law enforcement to pursue an ASIS board certification. Scholarships cover the cost of application, preparation (online review), and testing for the CPP, PSP or PCI. Learn more about ASIS Certification.

Application deadlines

Applications accepted between February 27 and April 28, 2017. 

Download the 2017 application   

Eligibility

Those eligible for this award must:

  • Be active duty law officer serving at the local, state/provincial, or federal/national level. Law enforcement personnel of any nation are encouraged to apply.
  • Be an ASIS member in good standing
  • Meet the professional and educational requirements of the ASIS board certification for which they seek to achieve.

2017 Award ​Criteria

Scholarships will be awarded based on:

  • Duty performance
  • Community leadership
  • Self-improvement achievements

Selection Process

A Transition Ad Hoc Council (TAHC) scholarship selection committee will review the applications and award scholarships. The number of awards will be determined by the funds available.

Award Presentation

Scholarship awards will be announced at the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits. 

Get Involved! 

The Foundation and the TAHC actively seek donations for this award. Organizations or their foundations, ASIS chapters, and individuals are invited to make a one-time or multi-year commitment to support this special fund.
Download​ the Donation Form

2016 Award Winners ​

  • Jason (Jay) W. Callaghan, Oklahoma City 
  • Derrick R. Chatman, Northern Alabama   
  • Aleksandra Kowalski, National Capital​

jaycallaghan.jpgTestimonial​

"I would tell any law enforcement professional that is thinking or in the process of retiring that if they are pursuing another career as a security professional to put themselves in the best position possible for their future success through networking and do “your homework” on what you want to pursue.  First join an organization that allows you to network with other security professionals such as ASIS and take advantage of the opportunities that are out there such as this scholarship​"​​

Lt. Jay Callaghan
Norman Police Department
​Personnel & Training Section