Please note, this agenda is subject to changes.
Early Registration When registering please make sure you have your Eventbrite ticket printed and photo identification with you.
Registration When registering please make sure you have your Eventbrite ticket printed and photo identification with you.
Surviving an Active Shooting Kristina Anderson (Koshka Foundation)
Virginia Tech Aftermath Gene Deisinger (SIGMA Threat Management)
Cocktail Reception & Book Signing with Captain Richard Phillips
Tribute to Heroes Presentation & Dinner
Terrorists attacks in France – Toulouse siege in 2012, Paris hostages situation in 2015 : How Police Forces reacted – Managerial aspect, negotiation and tactical aspect Fabrice Cuvillier (French National Police)
Southern Border & Cartels Matthew Zucker (Las Vegas Police Department)
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. Additional topics to be announced.
Social Media Exploitation for Investigations Julie Fontaine
Assessing Targeted Violence towards Public Figures FBI BAU & Dr. Mario Scalora (Targeted Violence Research Team, University of Nebraska – Lincoln)
Cartels beyond the Southern Border Matthew Zucker (Las Vegas Police Department)
IED Crime Scene Case Studies Robert Howard (Anne Arundel County Fire & Explosives)
These presentations occur simultaneously. Please check signs for room assignments.
Cyber Crime & Cyber Sextortion Crane Hassold (FBI BAU)
University of Maryland Threat Assessment Robert Mueck (George Washington University)
African-American Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs Aaron Stein (Maryland State Police)
Islamic Extremists on the Homefront Hillary Sprigler & Brig Barker (FBI)
The Annual Informal, After-Hours, Unofficial Liaison Gathering
Join us at one of Annapolis’ best known waterfront grille, Pusser’s. Transportation provided. Food and drink on your own.
Christopher Dorner Active Shooter Case Study Multi-agency presentation
Same as Tuesday, see above for titles.
Fort McHenry National Park & Historic Shrine Tour
We will be visiting the birthplace of our National Anthem. A one hour visit will include a discussion of the historic flag that flew over the fort during the Battle of Baltimore and a cannon demonstration. Attendees will have additional time in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor for dinner and sightseeing.
Transportation to and from will be provided.
Through the Eve of Police: the Sandy Hook Aftermath James Perez (Fairfield, CT Police)
Terrorism on the Homefront: the Last 10 Years Gerald Roberts (FBIHQ)
Same as Tuesday, see above for titles.
A Closer Look: Toulouse, France Attack Fabrice Coulliver (French National Police)
Human Trafficking Jim Deater (AMU)
Cyber Tools for Law Enforcement & Operation Wellspring Ivan Crespo (FBIHQ)
Psychopaths – Identification, Behavior Patterns, & Interviewing Strategies Amanda Moran ( FBI BIRU)
Joseph Duncan Case Study Jim Beasley (FBI BAU retired)
Cyber Intrusion Corey Harris (FBI)
Since 2014 and our trip to the Holocaust Museum, INLETS has offered an enrichment activity to a local historical or educational site. We are still working out the details for 2016, which will be posted shortly.
In 2015, we took a group of attendees to the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine. There they learned about the Battle of Baltimore in 1814. Attendees got the opportunity to practice the steps in loading and firing the cannons that defending the city from British invasion.
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