Lieutenant Thomas Norris, US Navy SEAL (ret.), and Lieutenant Michael Thornton, US Navy SEAL (ret.) will be joining us as our Opening Reception Keynote Speakers. Norris received the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions and rescue of two downed aviators during the Vietnam War which is depicted in Hollywood’s Bat 21. Thornton received his Medal of Honor for his rescue of Lt. Norris during an intelligence gathering mission six months after Norris rescued the downed aviators.
For more information about both of these heroes, click on their images above.
Registration is now open.
The Mid-Atlantic INLETS (INtelligence and Law Enforcement Training Seminar) is a collaborative training program connecting those charged with protecting our communities with the instruction to help them do so.
For the first time to a law enforcement audience in the United States, we are humbled to present two international case studies from:
The Norway Counter Terrorist Unit: On July 22, 2011, Norway experienced two sequential terrorist attacks by a lone wolf: a car bomb in Oslo, killing 8 and injuring over 200, and a shooting massacre at a summer camp in nearby Utoya, killing 69 children.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police: The RCMP joins us to present the 2013 Case Study on the foiled terror plot targeting a passenger train heading from Toronto to New York.
Special Guests this year also include renown experts and authors:
Dr. Tracey Corey, Kentucky’s Chief Medical Examiner, is a renown specialist in Pediatric Forensic Pathology. Highly respected as a homicide investigator, and regarded as an expert in child homicides, Dr. Corey shares with us from the main stage and in a workshop – See more about Dr. Corey on Dateline NBC
Dr. Gene Deisinger, Sigma Threat Management Associates and author of The Handbook for Campus Threat Assessment & Management Teams, is internationally known for his vast experience in Campus and Work Place Threat Assessments and Violence Prevention.
This year’s Annual Seminar includes presenters from: the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the National Security Agency, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Anaheim (CA) Police Department, Maryland State Police and others.
The singular focus of the INLETS is to further develop and support the analytical and investigative capability of law enforcement and private sector stakeholders… and to do so at the most affordable registration price possible.
This seminar is for all Law Enforcement investigators and analysts, campus police and safety, Department of Defense personnel, and private sector InfraGard members who are Risk/Investigative/Safety/Threat Practitioners.
General Sessions are our main stage presentations applicable for all attendees which cover a particular topic or case study. This year’s topics include:
Workshops are a 4.5 hours of in-depth instruction delivered in 1.5 hour sessions over three days, much like a mini-series. Attendees select and attend one of the topics listed below:
These afternoon seminars are designed to introduce attendees to new topics and trends in law enforcement.
Monday, June 23rd
The seminar will open with an on-site Static Display of some of the FBI’s capabilities and resources. Included will be an explosives demonstration by members of the FBI’s Quantico-based Counter IED Unit.
4:00-8:00 Opening Night Dinner Reception with Key Note Presentation by Lt. Thomas Norris (ret.) & Lt. Michael Thornton (ret.).
Tuesday, June 24th
It’s 5:00 Somewhere. The annual informal, after-hours, unofficial liaison gathering at one of Annapolis’ best known waterfront grills. Transportation provided. Food & beverages on your own.
Wednesday, June 25
Focused Seminar: A Law Enforcement-centric tour of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC. Following, on your own for dinner and time to visit monuments and memorials on the National Mall.