Elections

The following seats are up for election this year.  If you’re interested in running for one of the positions, please bring your letter of intent and supporting documents to the opening ceremony of the CJIS Symposium.

  • Northeast Vice President
  • Southeast Vice President
  • Central Vice President
  • President Elect
  • Secretary

Next Board Meeting

Association Seal PNG format 3" x 3"All members are welcome to attend! Share your input, address concerns and get your GCIC related questions answered!

Next GA TAC Board Meeting

Thursday, August 21, 2014 after the CJIS Symposium

 

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TAC Association Display Case at GPSTC

 

Next time you are at the GPSTC please visit the TAC Association Display. The display case is located in the stair area near the library. We would like to thank Past President Ray Dohm who started this project and to Director Mann and Vonnie Stewart of the training center who provided this opportunity, and a special thanks to First President and Charter Member – Chief Elaine Snow who provided copies of documentation from 1991 so our members will always know how we began.

Conference Information

Home

WELCOME  to the Georgia Terminal Agency Coordinators NEW home on the web.

  • The purpose of our organization is to:
    1. Promote and encourage the continuance of standardized training and education for members of the Association.
    2. Aid in the cooperation and communications between Terminal Agency Coordinators, local, state, federal agencies, the Georgia Control Terminal Officer and other interested entities.
  • This website offers the general public information on various topics.  It also provides exclusive essential information to TACs state wide.
  • TAC Association members will be able to:
    1. Access the Association’s Newsletter online.
    2. Network with other TACs across the state.
    3. Update Membership information.
    4. View up to date Treasurer reports.
    5. View meeting minutes.
    6. Access vital and useful links that help improve everyday functions (and even the functions rarely used).

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