Presenters from NY to LA, from DC to Dallas, provide case studies, workshops, and breakouts giving attendees a look at violent crime and terrorism cases, investigative tools, and case studies.
Mark “Oz” Geist shares powerful life and leadership lessons utilizing the facts portrayed in the NYT’s best-selling book and movie, “13 Hours”. Engaged in a firefight and out-manned, Mark and his team bravely battled all night for the safety of those they had been tasked to protect. Through teamwork and execution, Mark and others rebuffed multiple attacks and sustained many lives. Badly wounded and facing a final assault, Mark demanded of himself “get up or die”. This choice required selfless service to the team and, ultimately, assisted in saving many lives.
Every nation considers intelligence essential to its national security. The Museum lifts the veil of secrecy on the hidden world of intelligence, exploring its successes and failures, challenges, and controversies. Its mission is to educate the public about espionage and intelligence in an engaging way. It provides a context for understanding the important role intelligence has played in history and continues to play today. The Enrichment Visit is included in registration.
The agenda progresses from the crime scene through investigative tools and techniques, working with Medical Examiners and the prosecution team. Attendees will glean insights from defense attorneys, and the agenda culminates with a victim’s family member sharing their experience from the initial death notification to beyond sentencing.
Case studies, investigative concepts and techniques, and the shared experience of professionals from all aspects of a homicide investigation come together to create a holistic agenda for maximized learning.
As a Regional Cornerstone Partner, the mission of Mission: After traveling this great country in search of the nation’s best BBQ, they felt inspired to bring this great food home. Especially for those who protect us all, the hard-workers who get it done every day, the home teams we cheer for, and of course, family and friends. Their mission is to serve you the most authentic, mouth-watering all-American food that’s done right.
Started in 2011, the program has welcomed over 6,000 attendees from 38 states. Offered in five-day programs on violent crime and terrorism trends and one-day programs on various and specific themes, many call it the best training in their careers. The average five-day program welcomes of 225 attendees from 100 agencies across 20 states, while over 100 attendees from 40 agencies travel from five states for the one-day format.
The five-day program provides General Sessions, Focused Seminars, and Workshops providing attendees instruction on current topics through case studies and cutting edge technology, including Virtual Reality. Certified for law enforcement in-service and organization continuing education units, the week-long event includes student aids, an Enrichment Visit, and the highly regarded evening program, A Tribute to Heroes.
“A Day on the INLETS” are full day seminars on a focused topic providing case studies, instruction, and resources, including continental breakfast and lunch. Held in various locations across the Mid-Atlantic, the “Day” format provides diversity of relevant topics at various locations minimizing attendee travel.
Open to Law Enforcement, Defense and Intel Entities, and industry professionals.