THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Since our founding, United Forces International Organization has developed and grown in a positive direction.
We’re very proud of the diversity of our Staff, and their abilities to contribute their own unique experience and skills to our success. Find out more about some of our team members below.
President & CEO
First Vice President
Chief of International Security
El Houari LACHACHI
Chief Financial Officer
Law Enforcement Investigations
Working Towards a Better Tomorrow
The United Forces International Organization based in New York (USA), is a friendship organization for members of the police forces, military, security services and support organizations around the world, whether in employment or retired, and without distinction as to rank, position, gender, race, language or religion. We are focused for members in many countries affecting more than millions of law enforcement officers active in their institutions. and we are opened to members on all continents.
Our motto "DURA LEX, SED LEX", «the law is hard, but it is the law»
To signify that we are comprised in diversity and everyone has a vested interest and voice in the organization. We are a non-governmental organization, and our aims are to create and strengthen bonds of friendship between members, promote international cooperation in social, cultural and professional fields, encourage peaceful co-existence between peoples and preservation of world peace, improve the public image of the police/ security services and strengthen the recognition of the United Forces International Organization by international organizations and their countries.
The United Forces International Organization, is committed to the principles set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the United Nations in 1948, and has consultative status based on its relationship with the economic and Social Council of the United Nations, as well as with the Organization of American states and UNESCO.
The United Forces International is a Non-profit Organization ruled by its current International Statutes (IS) and additionally by the USA Civil Code. It is politically neutral and fully independent based on the international community for police, military, security services, cooperative groups designed for law enforcement forces agencies and those linked to them by their specialties in the field. The United Forces International is also organized exclusively for social, cultural, charitable, educational and scientific purposes within the meaning of the article.
OUR VISION & MISSION
** Promoting the expert knowledge as to the procedures applied by the competent authorities of the state to investigate and providing free advice on the same;
** Facilitating the organization and equipping of law enforcement agencies;
** Promoting the education on crime prevention methods;
** Facilitating combating against counterfeiting the national currency by the appointment of UFI Organization members as public speakers to combat counterfeiting of united forces international, UFI Organization may also contribute volunteer coordination measures taken by the competent authorities of the state or under cooperation with investigating authorities, when appropriate, in conjunction with institutions of the state, in order to combat counterfeiting UFI Organization.
** Enhancing the level of heath, physical and mental development of the population, as well as interaction with Non Governmental Organizations of sports, tourism profile.
Immediate notification to the competent law enforcement authorities of violations of law that are covered by its competence, agencies and immediate informing them of crimes;
** Providing the law enforcement agencies with the information and assistance as to the free analysis in case of the international events to combat crime;
** Preparing independent estimates of threats, strategic analyzes and general reports relating to its objective, including assessments of threats that generate the organized crime.
** Support as to assistance provision to the state in the collection and analysis of information from the Internet to help detect illegal acts being facilitated or committed via the Internet;
** Participating in the implementation of effective public policy in national and international security;
** Promoting the development of civil society institutions and introduction of the civil control effective mechanisms over the national security system;
** Participating in ensuring public safety and social legal protection;
** Promoting the combating corruption, extremism and international terrorism;
** Participating in solving the problems of energy food, information, humanitarian security;
The Focus of Our Efforts
Recognizing the enormity of the challenges our society faces,
United Forces International Organization is dedicated to making a lasting impact
through our campaigns and programs. While our efforts are driven by our organization’s singular focus,
we spread a wide net by investing in a variety of progressive strategies.
Learn more about our initiatives and get involved yourself.
Making a Difference
Every law enforcement person who becomes a member of UFIO has the right to live with dignity, to shelter from a lifestyle and to have favorable conditions with his own family.
RESPONDING TO NATURAL DISASTERS
Doing What’s Needed
Every law enforcement person who becomes a member of UFIO is entitled to equal rights and opportunities with his own family.
GIVING VOICE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MARGINALIZED CIVILIANS
Tackling the Issue
Every law enforcement person who becomes a member of UFIO should
be entitled to basic healthcare with his own family.
MAKING HEALTH CARE MORE ACCESSIBLE FOR ALL
Making a Difference
Every law enforcement person who becomes a member of UFIO should be able to support their family.
HELPING THE POOR BECOME SELF-SUFFICIENT
Making a Difference
Every law enforcement person
who becomes a member of UFIO should benefit from preserving their national heritage.
SAVING THE WORLD HERITAGE OF COUNTRIES FROM EXTINCTION
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Doing What’s Needed
Every law enforcement person who becomes a member of UFIO has the right to an accomplished education with his own family.
MAKING EDUCATION & TRAINING MORE EFFECTIVE FOR ALL
NEW AND SPECIAL EVENTS
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Per UFI Presidential order, UFI Vice President for international Security was Promoted to First Vice President of UFI and awarded a three star ranking as Chief of the International Security Division.
United Forces International First Vice President/ Chief of International Security, presented a Certificate/ Letter of Commendation and a personal Command Coin to Alexander Zavala. Alexander was diagnosed with severe autism and was not expected to be able to lead a normal life. Alexander pushed through his disability and achieved the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout.
United Forces International would like to announce and congratulate the newest members of the Board of Directors
Ronald Meyer - Senior Advisor for Law Enforcement Investigations
offering 28 years of directing programs and operations management services in the military sector. Directed and trained over 600 personnel on risk assessment techniques, quality assurance measures and standard operating procedures. Managed risk along multiple lines to oversee operations and managed budgets valued at $2.7M while meeting the vision of senior leadership. Possess a comprehensive background in regulatory compliance, project management and logistics management derived from 28 years of experience in the United States Army. Traveled extensively, domestically and internationally, to areas of high risk, including Afghanistan, Iraq and Germany. Experienced in conducting liaison with federal law enforcement agencies and training indigenous forces. Passionate about product integrity and operational procedures of an organization while assisting in the meeting and exceeding of current goals. Career is supported by a Master of Business Administration Degree in Homeland Security and a Master of Forensic Science Degree.
Training / Development
Tactics / Tactical Training
Personnel / Project Management
Strategic Planning / Development
Oral / Written Communication
Department of the Army Criminal Investigation Division, Various Locations 1994 - 2013
Director of Operations
Direct and supervise a staff of 60 Special Agent and Support Personnel as the Special Agent in Charge of one of the largest and busiest CID Officers in the Army.
Conduct over 900 investigations annually of serious or sensitive incidents for the United States Army within Western Texas and Southern New Mexico
Provide direct support to 120K personnel in the Fort Bliss Community; conducted investigations related to crime against persons, economic crimes, counterdrug operations, special victim unit, and investigative support functions
Direct, plan, budget and resource through period of unprecedented growth of 275% increase in personnel strength supporting a day time population of over 125K
Develop facility improvement plan for new Law Enforcement Center of Excellence at the Military Police School
Direct the activities of criminal intelligence, police administration, evidence room management, criminalistics program, major case response planning, hostage (crisis) negotiation, force protection (counterterrorism) planning
Director, Advanced Investigations and Specialized Training
Planned and directed 18 instructors to teach forensics, criminalistics, crime scene investigation, and evidence processing to over 600 Department of Defense Criminal Investigators.
Explored biometric and forensic capabilities across the Department of Defense spectrum to instruct biometric and forensic skill sets to US Forces; enabled intelligence and forensic support to the Global War on Terrorism
Managed a $2.7M training budget; developed strategic plan to institutionalize forensics across the Military Police Regiment effecting training and organization of over 44K Military Police Soldiers and Officers
Project Manager of a $30M major construction project; developed facility requirements and worked with installation engineers to develop facility specifications
Managed a Forensic Material Collection and Exploitation Course that conducted Mobile Training Team across the United States; resulted in the training and qualification of over 1K US Forces in the collection of forensic material
Developed a training plan for the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) Military Police; sent instructors to the DRC who executed training plans; fostered international relations related to sexual violence in the DRC
Knowledgeable US Army Training and Doctrine development, as well as individual and collective task training related to Basic and Advanced Investigative Skills and Executive Law Enforcement Management
Developed research initiatives for the Military Police School related to advanced forensic techniques, battlefield forensics, and leadership management
Special Agent in Charge (Director)
Directed, led, and supervised a criminal investigative organization responsible for providing criminal investigative support through the Afghanistan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan area of operations for the US Army.
Administered the investigative process, crime prevention, force protection, police intelligence, and special investigative support to US Forces operating in Operation Enduring Freedom for 22K US Forces
Reviewed and approved reports and records, supervised interview and interrogations, crime scene processing, and conducted computer forensic examinations as the director of operations for a criminal investigative organization
Developed installation threat assessments and counter-drug program to protect US Forces and stem the flow of drug to US Military Bases
Directed multiple investigative teams to the successful resolution of multiple high profile investigations involving war crimes, trafficking in human persons, and a postal theft ring
Assistant Director of Operations - Crime Against Persons
Supervised staff of 98 investigative personnel on policies pertaining to felony crimes throughout Southern Germany, Italy and Bosnia; commanded three task force operations in Germany and Italy.
Advised Director of Operations for Investigations of a District Headquarters; provided command and control of 11 subordinate criminal investigative units within Southern Europe resulting in a 90% solve rate for all crimes
Conducted quality control through inspection of cases and programs to ensure compliance with regulations, policies and procedures; reviewed all crimes against persons, to include all death and rape investigations
Provided operational / investigative guidance to subordinate offices; conducted staff assistance visits through inspections to review office operations and ensure 100% compliance with investigative standards
Oversaw budgeting, procurement and expenditure of covert funds valued at $15K throughout 11subordinate units
Created, authored, and edited the Bavaria CID Battalion Forensic Science Newsletter; increased investigator awareness of forensic techniques, tactics, and procedures
Assistant Director of Operations / Forensic Science Officer
Assistant Operations/ Forensic Science Officer of US Army Central Command based Criminal Investigation Battalion in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Defined and provided staff supervision on operational policies, in the areas of general crimes, and war crime, specifically sensitive site exploitation of mass graves and death investigation
Assisted in providing investigative oversight, guidance, and training of 168 subordinate officers
Supervised staff of (how many); supported operations throughout Kuwait and Southern Iraq to ensure adherence to organizational investigative policies and to provide quality investigative support to senior leadership
Texas A&M – Central Texas, Adjunct Faculty, Killeen, TX 2014-Present
South University, Adjunct Faculty, Savannah, GA 2008 - Present
University of Phoenix, Adjunct Faculty, Prescott, AZ 2008 - Present
US Army, Supervisory Special Agent, Fort Bragg, NC 1999 - 2001
Department of the Army Criminal Investigation Division, Special Agent, Fort Hood / Fort Sam Houston, TX 1994 - 1999
EDUCATION / TRAINING
North Central University, Master of Business Administration in Homeland Security, location 2009
The George Washington University, Master of Forensic Science, location 2002
Office of the Armed Force Medical Examiner, Fellow of Forensic Medicine
Department of Defense, Computer Forensic Examiner
Department of Defense, Network Intrusion Investigator
United Forces International would like to announce and congratulate the newest members of the Board of Directors
Jonathan Greenstein - Senior Advisor for Law Enforcement Operations
Jonathan Greenstein is a seasoned law enforcement professional with over twenty-five years of experience in federal and municipal service.
He currently serves as a management and program analyst with the federal government where he provides senior-level leaders with informed perspectives of criminal investigative and related programs. His recent accomplishments include the revision to numerous law enforcement policies and programs impacting global operations.
His precious assignments included serving as the program manager of a global law enforcement, security and force protection program. In addition, he provided oversight of law enforcement, emergency management, force protection, antiterrorism, physical security and protective operations. His roles and responsibilities included development and delivery of training and enhancement of the programs in his portfolio. He was repeatedly recognized for his abilities, innovation and agility.
He served overseas in multiple assignments to include the Far East and Southeast Asia where he managed multiple teams tasked with the conduct of critical assessments and the delivery of high impact training, capability and capacity building. He was personally recognized by the Director of Innovation at INTERPOL for his work in development of multinational programs.
His other assignments included serving as a liaison, supervisory investigator, Chief of Security, police and field training officer, investigator and patrol officer. Throughout his career he has been repeatedly recognized for his performance, leadership and abilities.
His credentials include certification and service as an adjunct instructor at the US Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers, Federal Emergency Management Agency, as well as designation as a Senior Level Emergency Management Specialist, law enforcement instructor, Emergency Manager and Staff Action Officer.
He has completed professional development and educational programs through the US Navy War College, INTERPOL, United Nations, US Institute of Peace, Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers, Department of Defense, and numerous federal and local law enforcement/public safety programs.
United Forces International would like to announce and congratulate the newest members of the Board of Directors
Wendi Bell - UFI Chief Financial Officer (CFO) / Treasurer
Worked Financial Management for a Fortune 500 Company
After the annual meeting of the Board of Directors, by a unanimous vote Ms. Nora Bouhali, Vice President for Development was selected as the new UFI Organization President
Nora is concurrently serving as the president of the International Court for Arbitration and Mediation (ICAM), in Washington DC.. and has vast experience in business management and development.
Nora education includes:
BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering
BS Degree in Industrial Engineering
On this Tuesday April 20, 2021, #The_United_Forces_International_Organization President and his Senior Advisor have held an important meeting with the President and the Executive Office's members of #The_Association_of_African_Unity_and_Solidarity, which represents 16 African Countries, and with the President of #The_Forum_of_Women_and_Society.
One of the main objectives of UFIO is to boost the economical, the cultural and the tourist exchanges between the different continents...
#African_countries present at the meeting:
1) South Sudan
3) Democratic Republic of Congo
7) Central African Republic
The Europolice Federation of Albania and its President Mr. Petrit Hasa became Official Representatives of United Forces International Organization (UFIO) in #Albania
Welcome to the UFIO big family !
The Europolice Federation of Albania and its President Ms. Alexia GIANNI became Official Representatives of United Forces International Organization (UFIO) in #Greece
Welcome to the UFIO big family !
New partnership for international cooperation and collaboration was signed between #United_Forces_International_Organization (UFIO) and The #Europolice_Federation
Unity is Strength !
After Egypt and Turkey, the United Forces International Organization's Staff visited this #Monday_May_03_2021, the UFIO Official Representative #Lawyer_Dorsaf_Djeljeli in #Tunisia.
Welcome to UFIO's Big Family !
United Forces International is pleased to announce its new partnership with the Institute of Forensic and Private Investigation Studies.
Headed by Ahmed y Mu'az, first official member from Nigeria
United Forces International Organization is pleased to announce its new partnership, International Youth Business Communitee, which will certainly benefit the development of Youth around the world
United Forces International is pleased to announce its new important partnership with the #United_Nations_Peace_Keeping_Forces_Council of South East Asia (UNPKFC S.E.A )
The Members of UNPKFC S.E.A are :
Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Timor Leste, Singapore, Brunei Darussalam
On behalf of the United Forces International Organization, I would like to personally commend and thank the staff of MainStreet Cafe for allowing us to host a Law Enforcement Memorial Day luncheon for the Members of the Carrollton Police, Carroll Country Sheriffs Development and Emergency Dispatch Office.
Police Week (National Law Enforcement Memorial Day- May 15), is dedicated to honor the officers who have lost their lives in the of Duty. Over the last two years, we have been hindered by the Covid restrictions, but this year allowed for a good turnout. As a As a Fellow police officer, I take great pride in honoring our local community officers as a family, by treating them to a free lunch.
I also want to thank those who supported, or donated money to make this day a success.
United Forces International Organization (UFIO) is pleased to announce its new partnership with the African Unity and Solidarity Association chaired by Mr. Santo Jal Dut.
Another partnership that will contribute to the development of the #African_Youth
United Forces International Organization’s youngest member. Renowned social worker and Executive Director of SYM Vocational Training Centre in Karachi Pakistan. Ms Fatima Mahnoor met with Dr Khalid Aftab Sulehri, renowned international human rights activist and Founder/ President of International Human Rights Observer (IHRO) in Islamabad Pakistan. Dr Khalid Aftab Sulehri honored Ms Mahnoor with IHRO certificate of Women rights during the meeting.
United Forces International would like to announce and congratulate the newest members of the Senior Advisory Staff.
Kristal Charles - Senior Advisor for Law Enforcement Correction
Krystal is currently the Assistant Deputy Warden/ Captain with the New York State Department of Corrections. Her education includes:
Business Administration Degree (Cum Laude) in Criminal Justice
Advance Certificates in Corrections Management
Completing her Graduate Degree program for a Masters Degree in Public Administration.
United Forces International Organization would like to announce and congratulate our newest Official Representative.
Mr. Ahmad Mohsen, is not only the newly appointed representative, but also the first member for the Republic of Iraq.
United Forces International Organization would like to announce and congratulate Pavle Lakovic for being approved as a new Official representative for the country of Montenegro
Good job UFIO !
The road to a lasting peace: Leveraging the power of youth for peace and security
The International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers, 29 May, offers a chance to pay tribute to the uniformed and civilian personnel’s invaluable contribution to the work of the Organization and to honor more than 4,000 peacekeepers who have lost their lives serving under the UN flag since 1948, including a total of 130 in 2020.
This year, the challenges and threats faced by our peacekeepers are even greater than ever as they, like people around the world, are having to cope not only with the COVID-19 pandemic but also the continued requirement to support and protect the people in the countries in which they are based.
The theme for this year’s Day is "The road to a lasting peace: Leveraging the power of youth for peace and security."
Today, tens of thousands of young peacekeepers (between the ages of 18 and 29 years) are deployed around the world and play a major role in helping the missions implement their mandated activities including the protection of civilians. And UN peace operations -- in line with a series of Security Council resolutions (2250, 2419 and 2535) -- are increasing their collaboration with youth and youth groups to help build sustainable peace and implement their mandates on the ground.
The first UN peacekeeping mission was established on 29 May 1948, when the Security Council authorized the deployment of a small number of UN military observers to the Middle East to form the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) to monitor the Armistice Agreement between Israel and its Arab neighbors.
Since then, more than 1 million women and men have served in 72 UN peacekeeping operations, directly impacting the lives of millions of people and saving countless lives. Today, UN Peacekeeping deploys more than 89,000 military, police and civilian personnel in ;12 operations.
To mark the Day at the UN Headquarters in New York on 27 May, the Secretary-General will lay a wreath in honor of all peacekeepers who have lost their lives while serving under the UN flag over the past seven decades. A virtual ceremony will be held at which the Dag Hammarskjold medal will be awarded posthumously to peacekeepers who lost their lives in 2020 and in January 2021.
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Congratulations to Mr. Jerrod Crockett, Vice-President/ Chief of the international Security of UFIO for his participation as a guest speaker in this important international conference on behalf of UFIO.
On July 15, 2021, the International Online Conference (Bangkok, Thailand) was held in honor of the World Youth Skills Day. until the Day. The coordination was carried out by representatives of the organization ′′ Public Association of peacekeepers, participants of international operations and disabled war ". Young peacekeepers, leaders of student self-government and teachers of Ukraine schools of Novobavarsky district participated in the International Conference. The topic of the conference was discussing the skills needed by young people after the pandemic. Employment opportunities during and after the pandemic were presented. Different speakers revealed this topic regarding their country and the world in general. Speakers from 23 participating countries presented cases of improvement of youth policy in their states in a world pandemic, shared their own work on self-realization of young people's studies and work in the countries of the world, detected current problems of migration processes of young professionals.
An excellent panelist of distinguished Speakers from a diverse field of expertise deliberating on the Theme “Reimagining TVET solutions for Youth Employability post Covid pandemic “, supported by the Jamaica National Commission for UNESCO, Ministry of Education Thailand, UNICEF, Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI), United Forces International Organization - UFI inc. -
The United Forces International Organization (UFIO) would like to announce the New Partnership with the #International_Peoples_Alliance_Of_the_World, as well as introduce Dr. #Alexsander_Shapiro-Suliman as a great, trusted friend and #our_First_member from #Russia.
The International Peoples' Alliance of the World Forum made a decision to work on the principles, in order to develop cooperation, to:
- Build harmonious relations with the peoples of different countries.
- To develop the solidarity of peoples and stable coexistence in the economy, education, culture, science.
- Development of integration processes, strengthening of basic human values, and strengthening of peacemaking and harmonious relationships.
Under the slogan: "The future of the planet is in the unity of peoples."
The International Coordinating Committee was formed, which included the Ambassadors of Peace.As well as representatives of non-governmental organizations from #42_countries, including:
Austria, Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Germany, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Finland, France and Montenegro.
This partnership is a gateway for socio-economic growth between all countries
12th INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC SUMMIT:
«RUSSIA - ISLAMIC WORLD : KAZANSUMMIT 2021»
I would like to thank on my behalf and on behalf of the Board of Directors of United Forces International Organization (UFIO), the #Government_of_the_Republic_of_Tatarstan represented by the Chief Executive of Tatarstan Investment Development_Agency, Ms #Taliya_Minullina, as well as Dr. #Alexsander_Shapiro_Suliman, Secretary General of the #International_Peoples_Alliance_of_the_Word, for honoring me with this invitation to participate as a Speaker at the 12th INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC SUMMIT « RUSSIA - ISLAMIC WORLD : KAZANSUMMIT 2021»
President & CEO
United Forces International Organization (UFIO)
United Forces International Organization would like to congratulate the International Federation for the Defense of the Rights of the Child (IFDRC) on a new partnership.
IFDRC is an international non-governmental organization, with a vast network of ambassadors and activists who believe in humanitarian issues and the protection fo children.
UFIO would like to welcome DR Ahmed Hosni Atwa, as not only a new partner member, but the first member from Palestine.
The United Forces International Organization (UFIO)'s President held on this #Monday_May_03_2021 a meeting with The #Tunisian_Labor_Organization_Secretary_General Mr. #Lassaâd_Abid
The two parties discussed the different possibilities of cooperation between the two organizations and agreed on the signing of an formal partnership.
UFIO IN ACTION IN EGYPT!
The United Forces International Organization's President and Senior Advisor received by Mr. #Hatem_Abdel_Aziz Member of the #Egyptian_Parliament during their visit to a village in Egypt to distribute Ramadan Bags' provision to some of the most needy
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UFIO TURKEY: Visit of the United Forces International Organization (UFIO) Staff, Mrs. Nora Bouhali President of UFIO, and Mr. Houari Lachachi Senior Advisor to the President, to Turkey.
After Algeria, United Forces International Organization (UFIO)visit this #Thursday_April_08_2021, the UFIO official Representative Mr. Mohammad Amro in Turkey.
Vice President Jerrod Crockett was honored as a guest and representative of the United Forces International Organization at the Carroll County Kiwanis meeting. The UFIO Kids Shop with a Cop Program was discussed and voted for support activities.
United Forces International Organization in VP/ Chief of International Security JERROD CROCKETT was interviewed by KMZU Radio. The interview was to serve as an introduction of the UFIO and activities for the local communities.
UFIO VP Jerrod Crockett and CFO Wendi Bell decorated their car to be featured in the Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade
The Carrollton Kiwanis Club met on Monday, November 29, 6:30 PM, at the BTC Bank Conference Room.
Our guests for the evening were Wendi Bell and Jerrod Crockett, representatives from United Forces International, who presented a program on their mission of serving underprivileged children in the Carrollton area.
United Forces International Organization in conjunction with the Carrollton Mo Police, Carroll Co Sheriffs Office, Chillicothe Police and Livingston County Sheriffs Offices participated in the 2021 Shop with a Cop Program, to benefit underprivileged children. Several local children were honored to be a part of the event. Three of the children were sworn in as official police officers during the event and one was appointed as the Honorary Police Chief.
United Forces International Organization would like to give a special thank you to all of those who attended or assisted in making this day possible.
United Forces International Organization Certificate of appreciation was presented to the Carroll County Sheriffs Office, (Sheriff Jewel McCoy), for their support and participation in the 2021 UFIO Kids Shop with a Cop Christmas event.
United Forces International Organization Certificate of appreciation was presented to the Carrollton Police Department, witnessed by the Carrollton City Mayor, (Accepted by, acting Chief of Police, Amy Hand), for their support and participation in the 2021 UFIO Kids Shop with a Cop Christmas event.
United Forces International Organization is now officially registered with the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce and is looking forward to advancing our international networking opportunities.
Add a short summary of a news article or On March 19, 2022, UFIO participated in a local Kite Festival, Providing drinks to the people attending.
The first UFIO Display car was introduced. Around 100 kids were allowed to take the car for a short drive through the walking area, with lights and sirens blazing.
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Home and Auto Insurance
And MUCH more
Contact for details:
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JERROD L. CROCKETT RECEIVES A LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD AND AN AMERICAN ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FROM STRATHMORE’S WHO’S WHO WORLDWIDE PUBLICATION
FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK, APRIL 21, 2022 Jerrod L. Crockett of Carrollton, Missouri has been honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award and an American Achievement Award by Strathmore’s Who’s Who Worldwide Edition for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of law enforcement.
The Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes individuals for their achievements, credentials, contributions, or longevity in their chosen fields. Recipients of this honor are dedicated and have worked hard to reach the pinnacle of their careers. The American Achievement Award is given to those individuals who have made a difference in the lives of others and have been recognized for their achievements and high level of success on a national basis. These professionals have a passion and dedication for their chosen profession and have been acknowledged for consistently demonstrating outstanding leadership qualities.
ABOUT JERROD L. CROCKETT
Jerrod L. Crockett is the VP/Chief of International Security for the United Forces International Organization, a non-profit friendship organization for members of the police forces, military, security services and support organizations around the world.
Crockett specializes in law enforcement operations, counter terrorism, and criminal investigations. Over the past 20 years, Crockett has served as a juvenile crimes detective and held the positions of detective, watch commander, supervisory police officer, desk sergeant, patrol sergeant, patrolman, and traffic investigator. Prior to that, he served with the U.S. Army military police for 11 years.
Crockett is affiliated with many organizations including the Senior Command Staff, United Forces International, the Fraternal Order of Police, Kappa Alpha Phi, the International Foundation of Protection Officers, the International Association of Crime Scene Investigators, the American College of Forensic Examiners Institute, and the U.S. Army Military Police Regimental Association. He is an active member of the KIWANIS International, American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Police Hall of Fame, and is a lifetime member of the International Police Association. In addition he is associated with the International Police Organization, the European Police Association, and International Counter-Terrorism Organizations.
Throughout his career, Crockett received many honors. He was a three-time recipient of the Army Achievement Medal and the Good Conduct Medal. He received three bronze campaign stars for his Southwest Asia Service, and received medals for the Liberation of Kuwait and Kuwaiti Defense. Crockett also was awarded the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, and Korean Defense Medal. He was honored with the Army Service Ribbon, and the Overseas Service Ribbon on three occasions. In addition, he received the National Defense Medal, Meritorious Unit Citation, Superior Unit Citation, ten Certificates of Achievement, and the Commander’s Award 22 times. Jerrod Crockett was nominated for Soldier of the Month three times, received On Spot Cash Awards for exceptional service twice, and a FOP Letter of Commendation. He has an Expert Pistol Qualification Badge, Expert Rifle Qualification Badge, German Marksmanship Badge (silver), a Service Award from International Guards Union, and various foreign awards for service and recognition. He was a guest Speaker for three Virtual conferences sponsored by United Nations affiliated groups and given the Gold Star Achievement Award by the United Business Women’s Association of Nigeria and Diaspora in August 2021 for speaking on behalf of women’s rights in third world countries, the LogRythm Pinnacle Award-Security Leader of the Year for 2021, and received Continental Who’s Who Professional Leadership Recognition.
Most recently, Crockett, as a representative for the United Forces International Organization, was honored to be invited to be the flag bearer for the North Missouri Special Olympics and sponsor for the Carrollton Mo Half Marathon.
Born June 28, 1970 in Kansas, Crockett attended both Stratford University and Kaplan Institute for Criminal Justice and Police Science. He completed studies at the Peace Operations Training Institute (Police/ Military Studies) and attended the American Institute of Applied Science for Forensic Science and Technology. He earned his B.S. in Terrorism and Counterterrorism Operations at the International Institute for Counter Terrorism in 2008. Crockett completed the McAfee Institute Board Certification for Senior Executive Leadership, Certified Professional Criminal Investigator and is currently attending McAfee Institute for Business Administration and Management. He also holds numerous licenses and certifications.
In his spare time, Jerrod enjoys family activities and travel.
For further information, please contact www.unitedforcesinternational.org.
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Strathmore’s Who’s Who Worldwide highlights the professional lives of individuals from every significant field or industry including business, medicine, law, education, art, government and entertainment. Strathmore’s Who’s Who Worldwide is both an online and hard cover publication where we provide our members’ current and pertinent business information. It is also a biographical information source for thousands of researchers, journalists, librarians and executive search firms throughout the world. Our goal is to ensure that our members receive all of the networking, exposure and recognition capabilities to potentially increase their business.
VP/ Chief of International Security, Jerrod Crockett was honored by being published by Continental Who's Who of business Professionals, As a strong leader in the Law Enforcement/ Security industry.
On 5 May 2022 the United Forces International Organization supported the Northern Missouri Special Olympics event. Over 50 participants showed up, despite the weather, for a day of fun activities.
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Fixe your discount or in the range “from” and “to”. The minimum discount should be higher than it can be obtained on your website, in the application, or in your other discount program.
2. Register as a Partner on our website:
Connection to the program is free and includes: News about our partnership on our websites and social networks. Placing information about you on the Partner Page. Free advertisements in the telegram channel, on the page on facebook, instagram and others.
3. Send us your information and discount proposal by Email
4. Post news of your partnership with United Forces International Organization on your website and other social media platforms.
5. Send us the text of the news about you, which we post on our website in the partner news section.
In the text of the news, indicate the amount of the discount and the discount is provided for goods or services, in which stores and on what conditions.
After verification, we publish you.