All sessions listed are located at Kansas City Convention Center, unless otherwise noted.

** All seminars and times are subject to change **

Session Tracks:

Future of Law Enforcement Jail Operations Law Enforcement Transformation Leadership Officer Wellness Recruitment, Retention, and Employment/Staffing Technological Innovations for Law Enforcement

Click session title for descriptions.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH

Session 1:

2:00pm – 3:00pm

The Recruitment & Retention Impact of Leading a Wellness Culture: A Case Study – San Francisco Sheriff’s Department
Room 2214
Combating Law Enforcement Suicide—Developing a Plan of Action
Room 2207
How a Rural Sheriff’s Office Rolled Out a Cost-Effective Smartphone Deployment
Room 2208
Crime Prevention & Community Engagement on a Shoestring Budget
Room 2209
Veterans Justice Programs: Services for Veterans Involved in the Criminal Justice System
Room 2210
Standards of Care: Mental Health in our Jails and Prisons…Now What?
Room 2211

 

Session 2:

3:15pm – 4:15pm

Responding to Transnational Fraud Schemes that Target Older Adults
Room 2214
The Pathfinder Initiative: Focusing on the Safest Possible Outcomes for Everyone through Communication, Listening, Understanding, and Empathy.
Room 2207
“Alexa, Turn on Pain”: Rethinking Mobile Device Seizure
Room 2208
De-Escalate, Communicate and Negotiate Using Science Instead of Speculation
Room 2209
Rural and Agricultural Policing
Room 2210
IGNITE: Bringing Culture Change to Incarceration, One Jail at a Time
Room 2211

 

Session 3:

4:30pm – 5:30pm

Threat Assessment and Management – Tools for Front Line Officers Pertaining to Mass Casualty Violence
Room 2214
The Top 15 LESSONS Learned in Psychological Survival
Room 2207
Law Enforcement and Big Data: Leveraging Open Source and PAI to Enhance Investigations and Intelligence
Room 2208
A New Vision in Justice Construction: Integrating Technology to Drive Usability, Design and Construction
Room 2209
The Money Counter Network–Quickly Count, Connect, Collaborate, and Follow the Cash
Room 2210
Effective Communication Strategies with Deaf Offenders Using Sign Language
Room 2211

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