Florida Police Chiefs Honor SIAC’s Glen Mowrey


Another police chief’s association has honored SIAC’s Glen Mowrey. These awards say a lot about the ongoing good work Glen performs across the country, most recently in the sunshine state, for building good relationships between the electronic security industry and law enforcement, and improving alarm management practices.

 

In this most recent case, it was the Florida Police Chiefs Association (FPCA) that honored Glen. FPCA recognized Glen as an Honorary Member and granted lifetime Honorary Membership for his work with the association. FPCA recognized Glen for his support and guidance to help enhance alarm manage programs and build partnerships.

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“This is a great honor for me and a privilege to be part of such a professional law enforcement organization. Being a member over the past thirteen years, it has been a highlight in my career, and thank you for the privilege to work with FPCA’s leadership and serving on the Alarm Management Committee and the Public-Private Partnership Committee,” Glen said.

 

Glen has been with SIAC for 14 years, from 2004-2017. Sometimes we forget the progress we’ve made improving relationships with law enforcement agencies across the U.S. during that time period. Glen has been instrumental in progress with many of those jurisdictions across the United States. It’s easy to lose sight of those improvements when positive impacts can take months or years to surface. Glen stays with the projects, working intensely and doggedly, to ensure the final follow-through benefits all parties.

SIAC thanks Glen for all he does. The electronic security industry AND law enforcement owe him a powerful debt of gratitude.

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