Please note, this agenda is subject to changes.
Early Registration. Thank you for joining us!
Registration. When registering please make sure you have your Eventbrite ticket printed and employer-issued photo identification with you.
Doors open at Noon
Artful Perception with Amy Herman, The Art of Perception
Chelsea Bombing case study with John Miller, Deputy Commissioner, NYPD
The Tribute to Heroes evening program. Included for registered attendees. Guests of attendees welcomed for separate evening program ticket. Keynote presenter Cathy Lanier heads an evening of remembrance, reflection, and recognition.
A Silent Auction and reception are included as are guests of attendees who may purchase a Tribute to Heroes program ticket.
Controlling the Media Narrative with Steve Jones, FBI National Academy
Terrorism in Germany: with Christine Ladwig, Geman BKA
These 4.5 hour blocks of instruction are delivered over three days in 1.5 hour blocks, much like a mini-series. Attendees select and attend one topic.
Part one of three:
Workshop 1: Concepts of Custodial Interrogation with Ralph Cilento, NYPD
Workshop 2: Homegrown Violent Extremism with Ed Panetta and Theron Nolan, FBI Counterterrorism Division
Workshop 3: Assessing Threatening Communications with Ron Tunkel, International Criminal Investigation Analysis Fellowship
Workshop 4: Emotional Intelligence Leadership with Marybeth Coleman, FBI National Academy
These presentations occur simultaneously. Please check signs for room assignments.
Topic 1: Cyber: Digital Evidence, data, and open source intelligence with Kristi Horton, Innovations, and Bob Osgood, George Mason University
Topic 2: FACE: Facial Recognition with Charity Harris, FBI Headquarters
Topic 3: The German Investigative Process with Christine Ladwig, Germany’s BKA
The Official “5 O’clock Somewhere” Gathering at Pusser’s Caribbean Grill
Join us at Pusser’s for liaison and networking in a private gathering with live music, food and spirits.
Transportation provided through hotel shuttle.
Murder at Westwood case study with Jay King, LAPD
Criminal and Terrorist use of social media with John O’Neil
Same as Tuesday, part two of three. See above for titles.
The National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum
From 3:30-5:30 we will tour the National LE Memorial and Museum in the heart of Washington, DC. Then attendees are on their own until 8:00 pm to visit the National Mall and other sites of the Nation’s Capital.
Transportation provided. Guests of attendees are welcome to participate.
Ferguson case study and Aftermath with Carrie Cerone, FBI and Delrish Moss, Ferguson PD
Same as Tuesday, part three of three. See above for titles.
Topic 1: Cyber: Intro to TOR, Dark Web, Cryptocurrencies, and Blockchain with with Kristi Horton, Innovations, and Bob Osgood, George Mason University
Topic 2: Drone considerations for Law Enforcement with TBD, Lockheed Martin
Topic 3: Crime Gun Intelligence with Peter Forcelli, ATF
Topic 4: Major Case Management with Jay King, LAPD
Tribeca Truck Attack with Barb Daley, FBI NY
Digital Behavioral Criminalistics: the Art & Science with Melissa Merola and David Daniels-Watanabe, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit