On The INLETS, a collaborative effort between the FBI, the Maryland Coordination & Analysis Center, and InfraGardNCR, with the singular focus to provide the most relevant training by subject matter experts at the most affordable registration price possible.
Offered across the Mid-Atlantic providing a variety of topics at various locations, the INLETS is open to Law Enforcement, Defense and Intel Entities, and industry professionals, including members of InfraGard, ASIS, and DSAC.
These one day seminars on a focused topic providing case studies, instruction, and resources. Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch.
Financing Trends of Terrorist Groups and Criminal Organizations | January 30 | Columbia, MD
Active Shooter and Mass Casualty Events | February 27 | Annapolis, MD
Cyber Crime & Threats | March 20 | Columbia, MD
A five-day seminar, this agenda includes relevant information on current threats with resources and lessons shared by those who were directly involved. An event that many call the best training of their careers, the INLETS offers In Service Credits and Continuing Education Units.
Terror Attacks in the UK | Targeted Police Ambush Case Study | Pulse Night Club Case Study | Drones: For and Against LE | Major Event Security Planning | Surviving Traumatic Events | Managing Mass Casualty Investigations | Opioid and Heroine Drug Investigations | BIT Coin and Dark Net | Developing Criminal Informants | Social Media in Investigations | FBI Resources | and more
New Scotland Yard | United States Secret Service | Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency | FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit | FBI Headquarters | Pennsylvania State Police | Howard County (MD) Police Department | Unconventional Concepts, Inc. | and more
Details on the Tribute to Heroes Evening Program and the Enrichment Visit coming soon!
On the INLETS – the INtel & Law Enforcement Training Seminar – set sail and brought the one-week program to three locations in 2017:
In April, we offered our second program in New Orleans. In June, the 7th annual Mid-Atlantic offering. And in September, we provided the seminar to our partners in Honolulu. Thank you for allowing us to bring our program to you.
We welcomed more than 600 attendees representing over 230 agencies and 18 InfraGard chapters from across 30 states and four countries. Many called it the best training in their careers and collectively, they rated the program a 9.3 (of 10).
Special thanks to American Military University, the State Fusion Centers: Maryland Coordination & Analysis Center and Louisiana State Analytical & Fusion Exchange, the InfraGard Chapters: Louisiana and InfraGardNCR, Lockheed Martin, Verizon, La-SAFE, Port of South Louisiana, and the Louisiana Maritime Association – and all of our sponsoring partners who made this year’s 12,000 mile journey possible.
Over 225 attendees came to New Orleans from nearly 100 agencies and eight InfraGard chapters across twenty-one states and Canada were joined by 25 presenters from eight states and France.
Over 230 attendees came to Annapolis from nearly 90 agencies and seven InfraGard chapters across sixteen states and British Columbia joined 24 presenters from six states.
Over 160 attendees came to Honolulu from nearly 50 agencies and eight InfraGard chapters across 12 states, American Samoa, and Australia were joined by 20 presenters from seven states and the United Kingdom.
Infused into the agenda is a visit to a location which instills reflection and reminder, that is inspiring and uplifting. A venue which creates pause and appreciation. A landmark conjuring the spirit of service and sacrifice. The professional staff were gracious in sharing private talks and limited access tours for us at each of the locations.
Mark “Oz” Geist
13 HOURS presents the true account of the events of September 11, 2012 in Benghazi, Libya. A team of six American security operators went beyond the call of duty, performing extraordinary acts of courage and heroism, to avert tragedy on a much larger scale. The author, in this, his personal account, joined us as our Keynote presenter in Annapolis and Honolulu.
Four pirates in the Indian Ocean seized the cargo ship MV Maersk Alabama 240 nautical miles, southeast of Somalia and took her captain hostage. The siege ended after a rescue effort by the U.S. Navy. Capt. Phillips shared his story with us in New Orleans.
Introducing the most advanced form of training available today: Moderated classroom instruction applied through the use of the latest in Virtual Reality technology. It puts students in a real world environment while in the safety of the classroom. DIRT: the Digital Immersion Response Training.
Get Dirty. Operate Clean.
Exclusively available On The INLETS.
Shadow Warriors Project is a foundation dedicated to the support of private military security contractors, conducting paramilitary security operations in some of the world’s most dangerous areas. It is the only charity of its kind. Although the private security contractor has served in the military he is considered a civilian and does not receive the same support offered to injured active military or veterans. We are here to serve the private contractor by offering financial support through heartfelt donations.
As the INLETS Sustaining Partner, AMU provides financial and logistical resource support enabling INLETS, which attendees call “the best training in their careers”, to keep the registration price among the lowest of all comparable training seminars. Just another example of how American Military University leads the way. For more information on their +100 on-line degrees, please click their logo above.
As a continuing Cornerstone Partner for the Mid-Atlantic Region, Lockheed Martin provides financial support offsetting the registration price and their in-kind donation of resources provides the logistics for the Annapolis-based program. For more ways on how Lockheed Martin is driven by a sense of purpose and a passion, please click their logo above.