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Registration to open Mid June 2024

From September 16-19 INLETS takes an In-Depth look at first response considerations to incidents by multi-agency and multi-jurisdictions.  We will look at case studies revealing challenges and solutions, and techniques to coordinate the response and work the investigation.

Subject Matter Experts share their knowledge with First Responder attendees representing Fire and EMS, Law Enforcement investigators and analysts, risk & safety practitioners.

Topics include:

  • Salisbury (UK) attempted nerve agent assassination, with New Scotland Yard

  • Boston Marathon Bombing, with FBI JTTF, Boston

  • Advanced Fatal Fire Scene Techniques, with ATF 

  • January 6 Response, with DC Fire and EMS

  • Child & Adolescent Forensic Interviewing Considerations for Fire Cases, with FBI BAU and Victim Services

  • Times Square Attack, with FDNY

  • Streatham Attack, with New Scotland Yard

  • Post Blast Investigations, with FBI Evidence Response Team

  • Chelsea (NYC and NJ) Bomber, with FBI JTTF

Tribute to Heroes Evening Program

Keynote: Greg Stube

Using his personal story as the backdrop, Greg Stube shares Lessons learned on the Battlefield: Leadership and Resiliency.  Lessons that are acquired in the service to the nation and freedom itself. And he shares how those lessons can go to work for us each day, right here at home.
Greg discusses the way one interacts with others to accomplish objectives. What can be learned about posture and ethos to influence others, even in overcoming fears?
And when we are tested, we learn about conviction. What it takes to stay the course, and how we, ourselves, or how we help others to overcome the obstacles in life. victimhood, and a wounded mentality.

Enrichment Visit

Ft. McHenry National Park

O! say can you see by the dawn’s early light?
The valiant defense of the port-based fort during the Battle of Baltimore on September 13-14, 1814 inspired Francis Scott Key to write the words that became the US national anthem. The fort’s history holds many other stories too, from the Civil War to WWII.  Join us, with your guests, for a tour of the historic Star Fort, with video documentary, and free transportation. 
Transportation provided, departing approximately 2:45pm and returning at approximately 7:00pm

Overnight Accommodations

Accommodations will be available at our host hotel, the Hyatt Place Kent Narrows & Marina, which offers a special On The INLETS rate. 

Registration link coming soon!

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  • Hyatt Place, Kent Narrows & Marina 3028 Kent Narrows Way S, Graysonville, MD 21638
  • 2024-09-16 10:00 to 2024-09-19 12:00
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INLETS In-Depth Responding to Acts of Terror & Violence

Hyatt Place Kent Narrows & Marina, Grasonville MD

2024-09-16 10:00 to 2024-09-19 12:00
September 16, 2024

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INLETS In-Depth Responding to Acts of Terror & Violence

Hyatt Place Kent Narrows & Marina, Grasonville MD

2024-09-16 10:00 to 2024-09-19 12:00
September 16, 2024

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