Herb Baines Receives GTPD Quarterly Community Partner Award

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The Georgia Tech Police Department recognized Herb Baines with the department's Quarterly Community Partner Award.  The Chief Information Security Officer for Georgia Tech, Herb has been instrumental in moving the continuity of operations plan (COOP) into action.  In this regard, he's facilitated the Office of Information Technology's financial and resource support for the continuity operations Kuali Ready (GT Ready) tool and has provided project management and technical support.  For example, he's assigned two of his staff part-time responsibilities within the COOP initiative.  The Office of Emergency Preparedness meets with Herb and his staff weekly to make sure the project is moving forward.  Herb has also been extremely helpful in man investigations involving the Internet and digital communications.

The Quarterly Community Partner Award winner is selected from nominations of people outside the police department, who not only support GTPD, but who also go above and beyond their normal job responsibilities.  Support may be a sustained effort or an exceptional "one time" event.  Past winners for this award have enhanced GTPD operations, crime prevention, emergency preparedness, communications, special events, etc.  This award is a way of saying "thank you" to people on campus who support us and our mission.


  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created By: Jennifer Mattingly
  • Created: 05/06/2013
  • Modified By: Fletcher Moore
  • Modified: 10/07/2016


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