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Jon Adler

On March 24th, 2016, Mr. Adler was elected as the Vice Chair of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF). Mr. Adler has also served on the NLEOMF Board of Directors since 2007. As a volunteer leader, Mr. Adler currently serves as the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (F.L.E.O.A.) Foundation's National President. The F.L.E.O.A. Foundation is a charitable organization that supports federal law enforcement officers and their families, and serves on national campaigns such as the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s Take 25 program and the National Law Enforcement Museum.

Mr. Adler previously served on the Board of Directors of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (F.L.E.O.A.) for 13 years, seven of which he served as National President. In this capacity, Mr. Adler directed the largest national, non-profit, non-partisan professional association that exclusively represents federal law enforcement officers. Mr. Adler also served as the first Chair of the Congressional Badge of Bravery Federal Review Board, chartered and served on the Department of Homeland Security Federal Law Enforcement Advisory Board, and served on the Executive Board of the International Council of Police Represented Associations.

Mr. Adler has been an active-duty federal law enforcement officer since 1991 and currently works for the United States Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York. In his capacity as a Criminal Investigator, Mr. Adler oversees the district’s Use of Force training program.

Mr. Adler is also a proud member of Beta Gamma Sigma (National Business Honor Society), Kappa Delta Pi (International Honor Society in Education), and a charter member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. In the course of his 25 years of service in law enforcement, Mr. Adler was proud to serve as a First Responder at Ground “Hero” on September 11th, 2001. He has his undergraduate degree in Business Administration (graduated Magna Cum Laude) and his Master’s degree in Human Resource Administration and Training, with an emphasis in law enforcement (graduated Summa Cum Laude).