MEDICAL SUPPORT AT A DYNAMIC THREAT INCIDENT
As the threat from active shooter incidents, bombings, and vehicular assaults has been constantly evolving, the coordination of response between EMS and Law Enforcement is ever more important to save lives and minimize casualties. This session will review recent high profile events and allow participants to garner lessons learned through active discussion with the audience.
David Neubert, MD
OPERATIONAL USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
Social media has transformed the way people report emergencies and engage with first response agencies. From incident alerting and situational awareness to rumor management and public engagement, learn all of the ways your agency can benefit from being connected.
Matthew Green, MPA, CSMIE
INTERNET SAFETY & PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
This seminar will focus on the importance of PR firms in Incident Management and Reputation Management in today’s modern policing. We will also cover Social Media safety in today’s social climate, how simple steps can save your job.
(Ret.) Detective, David Chianese
SCHOOL SAFETY: COMBATING SCHOOL VIOLENCE & ACTIVE SHOOTERS
This session will explore ways that the East Stroudsburg Area School District approaches the problem of school violence, from the assault between two students to the possibility of an active shooter situation. The session will talk about the proactive approaches and use of ALL the school districts staff from the superintendent, administrative staff, instructors, support staff, and students, as well as outside resources to minimize the risk of a violent event occurring in your school. This will assist the educational facility, local law enforcement, and school-based police to create an effective approach to assist in curbing the violence.
Chief Frederick Mills
HOMEGROWN VIOLENT EXTREMISM, THE TERRORIST NETWORK AND OPERATIONAL FUNDING
This lecture will cover the current threat of Homegrown Violent Extremism (HVE), its emphasis on “low tech terrorism” and the unconventional ways funding is secured through everyday means. Topics include the role of local law enforcement in the search of HVE’s; terrorist financing done through your local corner store and its impact on long and short term terrorist operations.
Detective Ray McPartland
RECOGNIZING STRESS & PREVENTING SUICIDE WITHIN THE LAW ENFORCEMENT FAMILY
*Open to ALL attendees & guests*
This seminar is designed to address the reasons for stress upon an officer and family members, recognition of Stress and signs of suicidal thoughts, and ways of coping with stress and preventing suicide.
(Ret.) Detective Eric Potts, Certified Prevention Counselor
The first Group of golf (9 holes) will take place at Top of the World Golf Resort on Friday at 2:00 pm. The second Group (9 holes) starts at 1:00 pm on Saturday. The tournament is a 2 person scramble with a shotgun start. Handicaps will be determined prior to round. Please show up 30 minutes ahead of time to prepare for the round. All participants must be active or retired law enforcement officers and may be required to show I.D. $25. Includes cart and 1 beverage. $250 cash prize to winning team. You will receive your tee time at will call. Top 3 teams will receive medals.
The shooting competition will take place at the Hudson Falls Shooting Range in Hudson Falls at 1:00 pm on Saturday. All participants must be active or retired law enforcement officers and may be required to show I.D. Participants will be required to bring their own ammunition. Competitions is for pistols only.1st place receives $250 cash prize. Top 3 finishers will receive an LEO medial
Paintball will take place on Saturday at 3:00 pm in Hudson Falls. This event is open to everyone ages 10 and up. The ticket price includes 2 hours of game play, a protective mask, 500 rounds of ammunition, and the paintball gun itself. We recommend wearing long sleeves and pants for this event.
Join us as we walk and run in remembrance for those who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice. The run/walk will start in Lake George with the route to be determined. Participants will receive a t-shirt, race bib and running chip the day of the event.