Events

ASIS Long Island Chapter Meeting

ASIS Long Island Board Welcomes the New Chapter Members!!!

Please Attend the ASIS Long Island Chapter Meeting

Tuesday, September 27, 2022, at 6 pm

Sponsored by A+ Technology at their

Bay Shore, New York location.

Meeting Location: 

A+ Technology & Security Solutions at 

1490 North Clinton Ave. Bay Shore, New York 11706

(Drinks and Food compliments of A+ Technology.)

Registration for attending the meeting required. The Board respectfully requests you pre-register for the meeting

Our guest speaker will be Lt. Joseph Pangaro (Ret), CEO and Chief Security Officer of True Security Design. Lt. Joe is a retired, 27-year veteran police officer who was the lead training instructor of his police agency and certified as an instructor by the NJ Police Training Commission. In addition, he was trained in school security assessments by the Department of Homeland Security. He is also a trained and certified crime prevention officer who continues to train police officers at police academies throughout the Northeast. Lt Pangaro is also a former Director of School Security for a large district in NJ, and he is an award-winning columnist and author.

He will share his extensive law enforcement experience and discuss his role as a school and workplace security expert and trainer with the membership.

Use the following link to register for this meeting


ASIS Region 5D Cornhole Tournament/Picnic

Thursday, September 29th 11:30AM – 3:00PM

o   Location: Alley Pond Park

o   224-7 76th ave

o   Oakland Gardens, NY 11364


Tuesday- October 25th at 6:00 PM, Chapter Meeting

o   Location: Wantagh Inn

o   3264 Railroad Avenue

o   Wantagh, NY 11793

Tuesday- November 29th at 6:00 PM, Chapter Meeting

o   Location: Wantagh Inn

o   3264 Railroad Avenue

o   Wantagh, NY 11793

Tuesday- December 27th No Chapter Meeting- Happy Holidays!

ASIS Long Island Chapter Meetings


Tuesday, June 31, 2022, at 6 p.m.

Wantagh Inn, 3264 Railroad Avenue, Wantagh, New York 11793 (The price for cocktails and heavy hors d’oeuuvres will be $60.00 per person.)

The Long Island ASIS Chapter will hold our last meeting before summerbreak on June 28 at 6pm at the Wantagh Inn. It will be a casual networking event outside under the tent at the Wantagh Inn. Hawaiian Shirts Recommended!


Tuesday, May 31, 2022, at 6 p.m.

ASIS Long Island cordially invites you to our May Meeting at the Wantagh Inn, 3264 Railroad Avenue, Wantagh, NY 11793, on Tuesday, May 31, 2022, at 6 pm. (The price for cocktails and dinner will be $60.00 per person.)

Our guest speaker will be Michael Lewis, the Senior Supervisory Resident Agent of the Long Island Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The office is responsible for investigating Federal Criminal, Terrorism, and National Security violations that occur within Nassau and Suffolk Counties. He has been with the FBI for more than eighteen years. Prior to his current role, Mr. Lewis served on the New York Joint Terrorism Task Force as both a field agent and a squad supervisor. He began his career in the FBI investigating Organized Crime and labor racketeering cases in New York City. Before joining the FBI, Mr. Lewis was an Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan, where he prosecuted a wide range of street-level criminal offenses. Mr. Lewis holds a law degree from the University of Maryland and graduated with a Master of Forensic Science degree from The George Washington University. He lives with his wife and two children in Nassau County, New York.  

He will be sharing his extensive federal law enforcement experience and discussing his role as Long Island’s lead FBI resident agent with the membership.


Tuesday, April 26, 2022, at 6 p.m.

Wantagh Inn, 3264 Railroad Avenue, Wantagh, New York 11793 (The price for cocktails and dinner will be $60.00 per person.)

Our guest speaker will be Rodney K. Harrison, Police Commissioner of Suffolk County, New York.

Commissioner Harrison began his career with the New York City Police Department as a Cadet in 1991. During his New York City Police Department career, Harrison has achieved every rank from Cadet to Chief of Department, including time as an undercover detective and Precinct Detective Squad Robbery Apprehension Module. Harrison worked across NYC, from Staten Island to the Bronx, holding a position in each of the five boroughs. During his tenure, he had the privilege to command both the 28th and 32nd Precincts of Harlem. Additionally, he had the honor of being bestowed as the first African American Chief of Detectives in the Bureau’s 175-year history. The NYPD Chief of Department rank is the highest-ranking uniformed member of the service within the NYC Police Department. Additionally, he achieved another historical milestone by becoming the first Cadet to ever rise to the rank of Chief of Department. He also was awarded the Combat Cross for extraordinary heroism while under fire from an armed perpetrator in 2013.

Following his retirement from the NYPD, after a 30-year career, Suffolk County Executive Bellone nominated Harrison to be Suffolk County’s Police Commissioner and was confirmed by the Suffolk County’s legislature unanimously on December 23, 2021. Harrison would become the first Black Police Commissioner in Suffolk County department’s history.

He will be sharing his extensive law enforcement experience and discussing his role as the county’s Top Cop with the membership.