8/28/2014 -David Bores – former Police Chief Woodstock & Expert on Islamic Threat

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David Bores – Former Policy Chief and Expert in the Islamic Threat

David R. Bores has been in public service for over 45 years, having served most recently as the Chief of Police for the City of Woodstock from January, 2009 to December, 2011 and previously as a senior officer and member of the command staff of the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office from 1993 to 2009 where he held the rank of major. He also served for 23 years in the United States Army in the Military Police Corps and retired in 1991 in the grade of Lieutenant Colonel. He is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute at the University of Louisville and holds two Master’s of Science degrees, one in Public Administration from Georgia College and State University and the other in Criminal Justice from Jacksonville State University. He is a former member of the adjunct faculty of criminal justice at Kennesaw State University, has previously taught at Reinhardt University and at Georgia State University, and is a POST certified general instructor.

To date he has given numerous presentations about the threat of Islamism to America to various civic groups in Georgia to include several Tea Party organizations, Republican Clubs, Optimist Clubs, the Retired FBI Agents Association of Atlanta, the Republican Jewish Coalition, ACT for America groups, and the Jewish American War Veterans in Atlanta. Finally, he offers a 16 hour training program entitled “Islamist Ideology: Does it Conflict with Our Law Enforcement Mission” that is given to police organizations. To date these include the Georgia Police Academy, Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police, the Carrollton Police Department, the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office, the Hindsville Police Department, the Nashville, GA Police Department, the Morven Police Department, the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office, and the Gwinnett County Police Department.

So come join the discussion this Thursday evening at 7pm!

Meeting Info

Time: EVERY Thursday night, 7-9 pm
Location: 900 Roswell ST, Marietta, GA
(Roswell Street Baptist Church office building, east of the church campus, west of the Big Chicken)

Judicial Conversations Meeting (aka JudiCon)

The NEW Judicial Conversations group will give us a chance to learn about the Judicial Courts and process in Georgia, and meet with Judicial candidates. We will come to understand their background and credentials, their judicial philosophy, and have an exchange that allows us to share our political philosophy and ask questions.

Berry_MorganOur next JudiCon speaker will be Cobb Solicitor General Barry Morgan. This will be held Monday, September 8 at the House of Lu Restaurant on Marietta Square. This meeting will run from 7:00 to 9:00pm. You are welcome to
come at 6:30pm for dinner and fellowship.

To find out how you can be a part of the Georgia Tea Party’s Judicial Conversations group, or if you’re a GTP volunteer that would like to be a part of future meetings, please contact GTP Board Member JD Van Brink

Note that the Georgia Tea Party does not support or endorse any Candidate, and elected Officials and Candidates are not invited to speak at our Public meetings. Such Officials and Candidates may be invited to our Committee Meetings to learn more of their views.

County and State Watch

Our last meeting was held Monday, August 18, at 6:30pm at the House of Lu Restaurant on Marietta Square. We discussed the upcoming SPLOST vote in Cobb County. Cobb Taxpayer Association President Lance Lamberton and Cobb County Civic Coalition President Ron Sifen were our guest speakers.

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To find out how you can be a part of the Georgia Tea Party’s County and State Watch, or if you’re a GTP volunteer that would like to be a part of future meetings with other County or State officials or candidates, please contact GTP Board Member Steve Covert.

Note that the Georgia Tea Party does not support or endorse any Candidate, and elected Officials and Candidates are not invited to speak at our Public meetings. Such Officials and Candidates may be invited to our Committee Meetings to learn more of their views on Public Policy.

Federal Task Force

Last Monday our Federal Task Force met with Senator Johnny Isakson, who shared the current political environment in Washington, as well as issues and trends that will affect our nation. We thank Senator Isakson for sharing it insight with us.

Isackson_Jim_JessTo find out how you can be a part of the Georgia Tea Party’s Federal Task Force, or if you’re a GTP volunteer that would like to be a part of future meetings with other candidates, please contact GTP Board Members Jim Jess or Ronny West

Note that the Georgia Tea Party does not support or endorse any Candidate, and elected Officials and Candidates are not invited to speak at our Public meetings. Such Officials and Candidates may be invited to our Committee Meetings to learn more of their views on Public Policy.

Future Thursday Meeting Speakers

August 28 – David Bores, Islam: Sharia Law and Women
September 4 – Loren Spivack, Learning from the Left
September 11 – Forum on Cobb County SPLOST
September 18 – John Nothdurft, The Heartland Institute, The Real Fight is in the States in 2015

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