The 3rd Gulf Coast INLETS:
Violent Crimes & Terrorism Trends
On the INLETS, with FBI New Orleans, LA-SAFE (Louisiana state fusion center), and InfraGard Louisiana, invites you to a 5-day agenda focused on Active Shooter, Homicide, and Violent Extremist cases. Designed for local, state, and federal detectives, agents, and analysts, and first responders, join us at: New Orleans, LA
In October 2009, Staff Sergeant Clint Romesha and his fellow soldiers awoke to an attack by an estimated 300 enemy fighters occupying the high ground on all four sides of their complex. Under-siege, they faced concentrated fire from rocket propelled grenades, anti-aircraft machine guns, mortars and small arms.
Recognized with the Medal of Honor for the actions he took in response, he will share his inspirational story which was depicted in the 2019 movie, The Outpost.
- Social Media and Finding People with Paris Rouhi, Footprints Consulting
- Terrorism and Homegrown Violent Extremism with Stephanie Yanta, FBI BAU
- Interview and Interrogation with Ralph Cilento, Putnam County (NY) Prosecutors Office and NYPD (ret.)
- Victim Assistance: FBI Assets and Resources in Crisis Events with Lori Wolkoff, Victim Specialist, FBI
- Mass Casualty Crime Scenes with Tom O’Connor, FBI Special Agent (ret.)
- Victimology with Melissa Merola, FBI BAU
- Victim Assistance with Lori Wolkoff, FBI Headquarters
- 7/7 Transportation Attack with Dom Murphy, New Scotland Yard
- Major Case Management with Jay King, Det., LAPD
Greg Stube, Conquer Anything, shares lessons from his personal Green Beret story of Operation Medusa and the Battle of Sperwan Ghar. Tom O’Connor FBI Special Agent (ret.), shares his expertise on January 6th, Hate Groups, and Domestic Terrorism. Ralph Cilento, Lt., NYPD (ret.) discusses Interview & Interrogation with Homicide Investigation Cases.
Presenters from across the country and around the world lead an agenda of case studies and leading edge topics:
New Scotland Yard and New Zealand Federal Police share case studies from large scale attacks in their countries. FBI Profilers, LAPD, and NYPD break down unique homicide investigations, and Las Vegas Metro shares from personal experience the 1 October Mass Casualty attack case study.
Tribute to Heroes Evening Program and Enrichment Visit
The Enrichment Visit brings attendees to the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, the 8th ranked museum in the world. Attendees will have a self guided tour of the exhibits, a private INLETS viewing of Tom Hanks’ “Beyond All Boundaries” 4D movie, and then attend the Tribute to Heroes evening program in the museum’s Freedom Pavilion, seen below from our last visit.
The National World War II Museum
At 2:30 we will depart the conference hotel and make the short walk to the National World War II museum. There attendees will conduct self guided tours to see the galleries taking them down the roads to Berlin and Tokyo. Ranked as the number 8 museum in the world, the attendees will gather together at the end of their tour for a private viewing of Tom Hank’s Beyond All Boundaries.
Transportation provided. Guests of attendees are welcome to participate.
The Tribute to Heroes evening program includes a plated dinner with awards presented to worthy peers, a special tribute to Fallen Officers, and an inspirational address by Clint Romesha, the Keynote speaker.
Clint Romesha, US Army, shares his story of the Battle of Kamdesh. His actions that day led him to receive the Medal of Honor and were depicted in the film, The Outpost.
Meet & Greet with book signing during reception.
At the Museum’s Freedom Pavilion, the program recognizes worthy peers, remembers our Fallen Officers, and offers an inspirational Keynote address. All held over the course of a plated dinner.
Keynote Speaker Clint Romesha shares how he and his fellow soldiers awoke to an attack by an estimated 300 enemy fighters for which he was recognized with the Medal of Honor. Book signing during reception.