Opening Session Keynote Speaker: Bernard B. Kerik

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Opening Session Keynote Speaker: Bernard B. Kerik


Monday, January 10, 2005

8:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m. * Phoenix Civic Plaza

Former Police Commissioner of the New York Police Department Bernard B. Kerik will be the Keynote Speaker at the American Correctional Association's 2005 Winter Conference Opening Session. A distinguished leader and innovator, characterized by dedication, loyalty, success and courage under fire, Mr. Kerik will send a message of courage, wisdom and determination to hundreds of attendees who are striving to reach their desired goals.

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Mr. Kerik was Iraq's interim Minister of Interior, overseeing the transformation of the country's police force. During his stay in Iraq he was also the Senior Policy Advisor to the U.S. Presidential Envoy to Iraq's Coalition Provisional Authority in charge of the reconstruction and development of the country's 120,000-member interior ministry, including police, border enforcement and emergency management services.

Previously, Mr. Kerik served as the 40th Police Commissioner of New York City. He was appointed by Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani on August 21, 2000. Prior to his appointment, he served with the New York Police Department as both a uniformed and plainclothes officer for eight years, receiving numerous awards, including the Medal for Valor, for heroic and meritorious service. Mr. Kerik also received international fame after creating a management and accountability program that received honors from the Innovations in American Government Award Program sponsored by Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Mr. Kerik is a best-selling author of his autobiography, "THE LOST SON: A Life in Pursuit of Justice." He has served on the Terrorism Committee of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and as Chairman of the New York State Athletic and Boxing Commission. …

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