Welcome to the Las Vegas Chapter 060

of ASIS International

The Las Vegas, Nevada Chapter of ASIS was originally chartered on August 29, 1976. It currently has over 158 members. Among them are security consultants; private investigators; current and former heads of security at major casinos, as well as staff members of casino security operations; ranking members of firms specializing in surveillance, investigations, security service; and active and retired law enforcement from local, state, and federal agencies. Chapter 060 is in US Region 3 (Southern Nevada) of ASIS International.

We hold monthly meetings on the 2nd Thursday of each month. These meetings are a great opportunity to network with colleagues and stay current on things around our industry. Every month we bring in a different keynote speaker to speak on relevant security related topics. Members and non-members alike are welcome to attend.


The ASIS-Las Vegas chapter would like to congratulate the following ASIS-Las Vegas Chapter 060 members that have received there certification (Certified Protection Professional, Professional Certified Investigator, Associate Protection Professional, and Physical Security Professional) in 2019:  

Ramiro Garza Jr., in receiving there CPP on July 22, 2019

Francis Alu, in receiving there PSP on May 31, 2019

Geoffrey Hall, in receiving there CPP on February 22, 2019

Gary Sylvester, in receiving there APP on February 11, 2019

October Luncheon Meeting




Attention!! There will not be NO September Luncheon due to GSX19.


$15.00 per attendee at the door
$16.00 per attendee by PayPal

Meeting Date & Time

Thursday, October 10, 2019

11:30 am to 1:00 pm

The InNEVation Center
3rd floor
6795 S Edmond Street
Las Vegas, NV 89118

Luncheon Speaker/Topic Suggestions

Do you have a specific topic or a speaker you would like to recommend for our Monthly Luncheons? Please share with us any suggestions regarding a topic of interest or a specific speaker for one of our upcoming Luncheon or Keynote Speaker.

2019 Luncheon Speakers