In September 1999, NCISS established the State Association Advisory Board (SAAB).
While Serving as the voice of the industry in Washington D.C., NCISS recognized the need of state association leaders to be able to effectively communicate with their colleagues on issues that were specific to state associations. NCISS pledged to create a voice for the state association leaders.
In September 1999, NCISS established the State Association Advisory Board (SAAB). At our first meeting, there were 34 Association presidents and representatives in attendance, representing 20 state associations. Today, 40 state associations are participating in (SAAB)
The purpose of the SAAB is to create a forum for the exchange of ideas, information, needs and concerns relative to the state and regional associations. We recognize the power of communication, the power of knowledge, and the power of being able to both share and receive information.
To provide a forum for state associations for the exchange of ideas and information relative to state association and legislative issues. To identify the individual states' legislative concerns.
Gary S. Brummond, Chairman
Thomas P. Shamshak, Secretary
As Adopted by the
State Association Advisory Board
May 6, 2000
Goal: To establish and insure the adoption of responsible advertising standards by each
state, regional and national association.
Purpose: To promote a positive image of the investigative and security profession, and to
insure compliance with all state and federal laws that regulate the professions.
Action: To have these Standards adopted by your association as your advertising policy,
and to ensure that any advertisement published, or made available for publication,
by your association comply with these Standards.