May 30, 2014 – CVG Police Chief Kevin Murphy testified on behalf of Airport Law Enforcement Agencies (ALEAN) yesterday in front of the United States House of Representatives Homeland Security’s Subcommittee on Transportation Security. Chief Murphy also serves as the president of ALEAN.
In his capacity as ALEAN President, Chief Murphy testified in a hearing entitle “Lessons from LAX Shooting: Airport and Law Enforcement Perspectives.”
“We are proud of Chief Murphy and all of his accomplishments. It is a top honor to testify before Congress as an expert in your field,” said Candace McGraw, chief executive officer of CVG. “We are privileged to have Chief Murphy and his team work tirelessly every day to protect our passengers. Safety and security are top priorities at CVG.”
ALEAN is an international association of airport law enforcement agencies. ALEAN’s membership includes more than 100 U.S. airports and numerous international associate members in Canada and the United Kingdom. Many governmental law enforcement agencies, such as the FBI, INTERPOL, U.S. Secret Service and federal regulatory agencies from around the world also hold adjunct membership.
In addition, ALEAN partners with the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) and Airports Council International (ACI) to address issues vital to airport industry. ALEAN’s partnerships include working with local Joint Terrorism Task Forces, the Federal Air Marshall Program, the TSA Federal Intelligence Officer Program to ensure the safety on the travelling public.