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2021 NSA Annual Conference
Phoenix, AZ, June 22-24, 2021

TUESDAY | WEDNESDAY | THURSDAY

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

Session Tracks:

TUESDAY, JUNE 22ND

Session 1:

8:00am – 9:00am

 
Strengthening the Officer Wellness Culture: 10 Life-Saving Lessons
 
Preventing Jail Suicide: The Basics Are No Longer Enough
The New Generations: How to Recruit, Retain, and Motivate

Session 2:

9:15am – 10:15am

 
Increasing Your Bounceability: Ways to Build Resilience Every Day
Everything comes down to culture
Correctional Health: COVID-19 Lessons Learned
 Smile – You’re on Camera: The Rights and Limitations of the Public & Media to Film Police Officers

Session 3:

10:30am – 11:30am

Maintaining Public Trust when You Charge Your Own
Examining the Psychological Dynamics of Law Enforcement in Troubled Times
 
Does Deliberate Indifference Standard Still Apply in Jails?
The ADA and Policing: What Every Officer Should Know

Session 4:

12:30pm – 1:30pm

How to Prevent the Unnecessary Cost and Risk of Off-Duty Work
Domestic Violence (Grant-Funded)
Triad, Community Policing for Our Aging Population (Grant-Funded)
Disaster Preparedness: How an Effective Plan Between Custody and Health Services Can Make all the Difference
Leveraging ODMAP and Partnerships to Support A Data-Driven Response to the Overdose Epidemic (Grant-Funded)

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23RD

Session 1:

8:00am – 9:00am

Retention through Leadership, Culture, and Resilience
Under Siege: Examining the Psychological Dynamics of Law Enforcement in Troubled Times
Climate of Change: Being a Law Enforcement Family During Uncertain Times
Controlling Inmate Medical Expenses: Cost-Containment & Reimbursement
Millennials in Law Enforcement: The Unique Characteristics of the “ME” Generation

Session 2:

9:15am – 10:15am

Multi-Agency Task Force Model in Officer-Involved Shooting Investigations
The Gilchrist County Ambush: The Killing of Two Deputies and the Psychological Aftermath.
Understanding Opioid Harm Reduction for Law Enforcement
The Critical Communication Skills Instructor Training Program
Operation Connecting the Dots – A Sheriff-Approved Community-Wide Public Safety Model

Session 3:

10:30am – 11:30am

Targeting Income Fraud and Other Coronavirus Scams
Command considerations and psychological services following critical incidents and officer involved shootings
The Evolving Law of Traffic Stops
Preparing Your Community for Mass Attacks
Leading an Organization through Bail Reform, COVID-19 and Social Unrest

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THURSDAY, JUNE 24TH

Session 1:

1:30pm – 2:30pm

School Safety (Grant-Funded)
RAPIDS (Grant-Funded)
Support the Blue Public Awareness Campaign (Grant-Funded)

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