Annual Deputy Symposium

The 3rd Annual Deputy Symposium will be held during the Annual Conference. This will be a two-day event specifically for deputies held on Tuesday, June 30 and Wednesday, July 1, 2015. The cost for the full two days is $150, or if you are a full registrant for the conference the 2-day Symposium is included in your registration fee.

 
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Lieutenant Colonel Dave Grossman 
The Bulletproof Mind: Psychological Preparation for Combat 
Tuesday, June 30
8.00am - 10.00am

Course Objective: To do, for the mind and the spirit, what body armor does for the torso. This session reflects a new era of ‘record’ body counts in international and domestic terrorism. It also considers: 
  • Salient historical events that may influence terrorist behavior. 
  • The possibility of school violence, and school/ workplace violence prevention. 
  • A virus of violence in America and worldwide, its causes and its effect. 
  • The psychological cost of conflict. 
  • The physiology and psychology of a conflict situation. 
  • PTSD: What is it and how to prevent it.
  • The resistance to killing in every healthy human.
  • Non-firers throughout history.
  • A revolution in combat: Use of training to overcome the resistance to killing.
  • Training kids to kill: The virus of violence and how kids are being enabled to kill.
  • Survival after the battle and in the years to come.
 
Phil Chalmers
Inside the Mind of a Teen Killer and the Animal Abuser 
Tuesday, June 30 
12.30pm – 2.30pm
Phil Chalmers has interviewed more than 200 teen killers and school shooters, along with numerous serial killers, mass murderers, animal abusers, and sexual predators. He has delved into the minds of the offenders, and explored why they kill, and if society could have stopped them. This seminar explores his findings.
 
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Tuesday, June 30
8.00am - 10.00am
3rd Annual Deputy Symposium Opening Super Session: The Bulletproof Mind–Mental Preparation for Combat - Room: 327-329
10.00am - 11.45am
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar: Panel Discussion - Room: 347-348
12.30pm - 2.30pm Seminar: Inside the Mind of a Teen Killer and the Encyclopedia of Teen Killers - Room: 327-329
2.00pm - 3.30pm
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #1: Religion: Practical Management for Correctional Administrators to Run Constitutional Jails - Room: 339  
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #2: PREA: An Overview of the Law and the DOJ Standards - Room: 340
3.45pm - 5.15pm
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #3: First Amendment Rights - Room: 339  
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #4: Decision Making for First Line Supervisors - Room: 340
5.00pm - 6.30pm
Reception for all Deputies and Law Enforcement Officers - Room: Pratt St Lobby
Wednesday, July 1
8.00am - 9.30am
Super Session Seminar : Attica: Beyond the Riot - Room: 327-329
8.00am - 9.30am
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #5: Suicide in Jail: Proactive Strategies to Protect Against Administrative Liability - Room: 339  
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #6: Inmate Discipline and Due Process: To Punish or Not To Punish – That Is the Question - Room: 340  
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #7: Special Operations: Trends, Tactics and Technology - Room: 341 
9.45am - 11.15pm
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #8: Inmate Classification - Room: 339  
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #9: What to Know About Contract Negotiations - Room: 340  
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #10: Legal-Based Versus Best Practices - Room: 341
1.00pm - 2.30pm
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #11: Legal Issues - Room: 339  
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #12: Inmate Grievances - Room: 340  
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #13: Emergency and Contingency Planning - Room: 341
2.45pm - 4.15pm
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #14: NSA Jail Certification - Room: 339  
NSA Institute for Jail Ops Seminar #15: Introduction to Use of Force - Room: 340