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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

48th Annual State Crime Clinic Training Conference



“Partnering to Protect: Law Enforcement and Security Services Protecting our Communities”
48th Annual State Crime Clinic Training Conference
in Partnership with
Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services
Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel
September 18 - 20, 2013

Early Registration Deadline for Conference Rate has been extended!

The Department of Criminal Justice Services is proud to announce “Partnering to Protect: Law Enforcement and Security Services Protecting our Communities”, a joint partnership with the Virginia State Crime Clinic. This year’s 48th Annual State Crime Clinic Training Conference will be held at Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel in Norfolk, Virginia, from Wednesday, September 18, 2013 to Friday, September 20, 2013.

The purpose of this conference is to build cohesion and partnerships between law enforcement agencies and private security services providing critical services to our constituencies. Building upon past conferences and trainings, this joint venture will highlight a variety of pertinent and highly relevant topics delivered by exceptional trainers from across the Commonwealth and nation. Do not miss this excellent opportunity to experience firsthand how law enforcement and private security can join forces in an effort to make our communities safer.  With so many different acts of crime and terrorism impacting our communities on a daily basis, now is a critical time to improve collaboration. 

Topics to be addressed
The keynote presentations will be:

Ethics-Based Leadership: Characteristics of Successful Leaders ™
Dr. James T. Reese
Human Trafficking
Erin Kulpa, Office of the Attorney General

Home Grown Violent Extremists (HVE)
SA Michael Freeman, SA Jason Freed and SA William Brown of the Federal Bureau of Investigations
The breakout sessions will include the following topics:
·       Domestic Violence Lethality Assessments
·       Gangs 101
·       Identifying the Predominant Aggressor
·       Legal Updates with John L. More, JD
·       Threat Assessment
·       Best Practices for PSS Businesses and Training Schools
·       Private Security & Participation in School Security Surveys
·       Sovereign Citizens

Intended Audience
This conference is intended for law enforcement officers and those working in the security industry.

Partial In-service Credit
Partial in-service credit for law enforcement officers, campus security officers and private security is available. Legal and cultural diversity credit will also be available.

Cost
The conference pre-registration fee of $100.00 per person with a bonus [any department or company that has 4 attendees, the 5th will be free] has been extended until Friday, August 30, 2013. After August 30, 2013, the registration fee will be $125.00 per person and no discount. Cut-off date for registration is September 6, 2013. There will be no on-site registration. Spouses and other special guests of paid conference participants may attend the banquet for a $30.00 fee per person paid at the time of registration. While other payment methods are available, DCJS prefers that you pay for your registration with a credit card at the time of registration. No registrations will be accepted by mail.
This fee includes conference materials, break service and a welcome reception on Wednesday evening, a continental breakfast and dinner banquet on Thursday, and continental breakfast on Friday morning.


Registration 
Pre-registration is required via DCJS' online registration system.  To register, http://dcjs.virginia.gov/trainingevents/ps/2013/conference/

Dates and Location
September 18-20, 2013                                                                                                                                         

Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel
777 Waterside Drive
Norfolk, VA 23510
(757) 622-6664

Below you will find the appropriate link(s) for you and to book, modify, or cancel a reservation from July 23, 2013 to September 20, 2013

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