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In the world of the unexpected, are you prepared for the changes of tomorrow?

Join more than 1,500 law enforcement professionals at
the FBINAA Annual National Training Conference

The 2018 FBINAA National Annual Training Conference will feature  8 keynote sessions, more than 20 breakout sessions and professional development seminars, and more than 100 exhibitors showcasing the latest in law enforcement and public safety products and solutions.

Designed around your professional development, educational and training needs, the Conference is the most education-packed conference the FBINAA has ever presented!

Need more reasons to attend:

  1. Keep up-to-date on 21st Century contemporary law enforcement trends and issues
  2. State-of-the-art education and career advancement
  3. Discover new products and services
  4. Network with like-minded professionals

The FBINAA is the law enforcement global leader representing 17,000+ senior law enforcement professionals dedicated to providing our communities, states, countries, and profession with the highest degree of law enforcement expertise, training, education and information.

The FBINAA is a nonprofit membership organization whose mission is dedicated to impacting communities by providing and promoting law enforcement leadership through training and networking.  By providing continuous development of the world’s strongest law enforcement leadership network, the FBINAA advances its mission by engaging law enforcement executives, elected and public officials, government agencies, businesses, and the public to strengthen the rule of law around the globe.

View the Agenda & Training Descriptions and Speaker Biographies*

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*agenda and speakers are subject to change

Keynote Presentations

  • Anatomy of Terror: From the Death of Bin Laden to the Rise of the Islamic State
  • MS 13 Update and Report
  • Officer Wellness
  • 21st Century Policing: Regarding the Community’s Trust
  • 21st Century Policing: Current Issues
  • The Forgotten Domestic Terrorists: Radical Left-Wing Groups in America
  • Conversation with the FBI Leadership

Extended Training Sessions (2-4 hours each)

  • Officer Safety and Wellness Instructor Training
  • The Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview (FETI) 
  • The PEACE Model of Investigation Interviews 
  • Media Issues: Effective Leveraging of Social Media to Support Investigations

 Breakout Training Sessions (1 hour each)

Track #1 – Officer Safety and Wellness

  • Officer Wellness
  • Law Enforcement Officers Suicide Prevention and Awareness
  • Officer Safety: Viable of the Profession, Risk and Peril of the Profession
  • Active Shooter Response for Off-duty and Retired Law Enforcement
  • Fatigue Management: Can Science Provide Insight into How Officers Make Decisions
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  • OSW Overview and Instructor Training
  • PTS Does Not Have to Evolve into a Disease

Track #2 – 21st Century Contemporary Law Enforcement Issues

  • Current Status of Terrorism in the World
  • Active Shooter Response
  • LE and Drones: Emerging Fourth Amendment Issues & Limitations
  • Mass Casualty Response
  • Effective intelligence and Information Sharing between Federal and Local Law Enforcement to Support Public Safety Goals
  • International Panel: Addressing Immigration
  • Human Trafficking
  • Body Worn Cameras: Are BWCs the Right Fit for All Agencies?
  • Gun Violence Prevention: Best Practices to Re-orient from a Reactive Policing and Crime Response Approach to Proactive Policing
  • Training Opportunities for De-escalation Strategies, Crisis Intervention, and Citizen Engagement to Address Violent Crime
  • 21st Century Crime Analysis to Support State of the Art Management Principles, Cutting Edge Crime Analysis, and GIS to Support Crime Reduction
  • Cyber Safety
  • Recruitment and Retention

Track #3 – Engaging the Community and Partnerships

  • Coordination with Prosecutors, Other Public Sector Stakeholders, and Private Sector Stakeholders
  • Community Oriented Approaches to Overdoses
  • Problem Solving Techniques and Strategies Targeting Crime Reduction and in Particular Violent, Gang, and Drug Crime
  • Building, Improving and Using Syndromic Surveillance Systems; Data-Driven Strategy to Reduce Overdoses
  • Focused Deterrence Approaches to Support Broader Public Safety Goals
  • Shared Service Models for Smaller Jurisdictions to Support Effective Crime Reduction Efforts
  • Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs
  • The PEACE Model of Investigative Interviewing
  • Youth Deterrence and Intelligence Gathering Techniques Designed to Prevent Gang Participation
  • Media Issues: Effective Leveraging of Social Media