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October 20, 2016 Lunch Meeting
Topic: Cross Generational Management
Speaker: Dr. Michael W. Frost


Date:
Thursday, October 20, 2016
11:30am: Registration
12:00pm: Lunch

Location:
Maggiano's Little Italy
4 Columbus Ave
Boston, MA 02116

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Cost / Registration:
$35.00 / Person
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Speaker Information: Dr. Michael W. Frost

Dr. Frost is a thirty year law enforcement professional who started his career in New Hampshire law enforcement as a police officer in 1981.  He obtained supervisory ranks within several agencies through his tenure, including the Seabrook Police Department where he served in the patrol, detective, patrol supervision, recruitment, training, staff development, and various administrative divisions.  He retired at the rank of Sergeant in 2004.  He was a member of the Portsmouth, New Hampshire Police Department’s Auxiliary division from 2004 -2014.

Dr. Frost also served as a Police Prosecutor in the Hampton, New Hampshire - District Court, in both Juvenile and Adult sessions, handling cases from arrest to adjudication.

Dr. Frost possesses the following academic degrees: an Associate in Science Degree from Hesser College; a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services/Criminal Justice, and a Master’s Degree in Administration; both from Springfield College; a Master of Social Work degree from the University of New Hampshire; a Doctor of Arts Degree from Franklin Pierce University in Transformational Leadership; and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, session #263.  He has been an adjunct professor of undergraduate and graduate studies at Springfield College School of Human Services since 1997.

Dr. Frost’s dissertation “How the Millennial Generation Will Influence Future Law Enforcement Leadership,” was published in 2011.

Dr. Frost has enjoyed a lengthy career working as a consultant and educator developing agency-based programs, as well as numerous academic programs to enhance inter/intra-agency cooperation, communication, and cross-generational understanding.  He has presented on these topics to law enforcement, military, mental health, private security, and other organizations throughout the United States and Canada.

Dr. Frost presently is the Assistant Superintendent at the Essex County Massachusetts Sheriff’s Department, an agency of 500+ employees, with 425+ serving in the uniformed ranks.  He has served in this capacity since 2008. 

 

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