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Agenda

FBINAA


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Sessions are subject to change;


Wednesday, May 5 - 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm EST

Opening Introduction

Session #1
Embracing Technology:  Facing the Future
Commissioner William J. Bratton (Ret), New York Police Department (NY); Chief, Los Angeles Police Department (CA); Executive Chairman, Risk Advisory, Teneo; Chair, Homeland Advisory Security Council; Chair, Verizon First Responder Advisory Council

Karen P. Tandy
, Former Administrator, US Drug Enforcement Administration; Former US Associate Deputy Attorney General; Vice-Chair, Homeland Security Advisory Council and Commission on Combating Synthetic Opioid Trafficking; Member, Verizon First Responder Advisory Council

Break

Session #2
Crisis Communications and Social Media
Judy Pal, Former Assistant Commissioner, New York PD (NY)

Break

Session #3
Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement: Training Officers How to Intervene
Jonathan Aronie, Partner, Sheppard Mullin LLP; Co-Founder, ABLE Project

Break

Session #4
Strategic Succession Planning
Chief Peter Dunbar (Ret), Pleasant Hill Police Department (CA)

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Thursday, May 6
- 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
 

Opening Introduction

Session #5
Focus on Science and Technology:  Insights from the FBI Executive Leadership
Executive Assistant Director Darrin E. Jones, Science and Technology Branch, FBI

Break

Session #6
Reimaging the Future of Public Safety: A Roadmap for Change
Karol Mason, President, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Break

Session #7
Resolving Media and Departmental Misinterpretations:  Forensic Applications to Officer-Involved Shootings (OIS)
Chief Deputy Rod Englert (Ret), Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office (OR); FBINA Graduate Session 159

Break

Session #8
Interacting with Automated Driving System (ADS) Equipped Vehicles
Captain Rick Arnold, Michigan State Police; FBINA Graduate, Session 238
Assistant Chief David Jenkins , California Highway Patrol; FBINA Graduate, Session 261
Brian Ursino, Director, Law Enforcement American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators; Assistant Chief (Ret), Washington State Patrol; FBINA Graduate Session 196

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