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police security expo
Police Security
 Seminars & Product Demonstrations - Tuesday,  June 28, 2016

Click here for Wednesday June 29  programs
Start TimeRoomTopicSpeakerSponsorComments
10:00 AMExhibit Halls: C & FlexExhibits OPEN: 10:00 am - 5:00 pmAtlantic City Convention CenterFree Admission with Expo BadgeThe latest Products & Services needed to make you SAFER & MORE EFFECTIVE on the job. Open to Industry Professionals Only.
10:30 AMEntranceway 104th Annual ConferenceNew Jersey State Association of Chiefs of PolicePolice Security Expo HostRegistration/Assembly Area
10:30 AMRoom # 310  National Organization of Black Women in Law Enforcement (NOBWLE)ASSOCIATION MEETING
11:00 AMRoom # 317TAMRON Camera Lenses for Nikon, Canon, SonyKen Hubbard, Tamron USAMack Camera & Video ServiceTAMRON Lenses offer a substantial improvement in the photos you are shooting with your existing equipment, whether it's close-up (Macro) shots or long range surveillance.
12:00 PMEntrancewayOPENING CEREMONIES New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of PoliceOver 750 Exhibits on display. Click on the Home Page EXHIBITOR BAR for a listing
1:00 PMRoom # 314Lockdown & Emergency Notification SystemPaul JenneEastern DataCommImproving emergency response times & improving school based communication capabilities are critically important. Learn 3 principles all technology systems must meet in order to be effective & protect inside & campus wide in the event of an emergency.
1:30 PMRoom # 307Social Security-Windfall Elimination Provision & Gov.t. Pension Offset-Overview & SpecificsMichael SchillerAXA EquitableThe WEP & GPO are aspects of Social Security that effect a lot of Law Enforcement Officers that may not currently contribute into the systems. Learn how to calculate them, taking into account pensions, spousal benefits, etc.
1:30 PMRoom # 306Facial Recognition Technology TrainingLora Sims, Senior Biometric ExaminerIdeal Innovations, Inc.Examination Training is imperative in generating the correct investigative leads. Overview: What training is needed to conduct a Facial Recognition Investigation.
2:00 PMRoom # 316Hand-held Chemical, Explosive & Narcotic Detector/IdentifierWayne HorvathChemring Sensors & Electronic SystemsDemonstration of a full suite of laboratory-quality products for unknown chemicals, explosives & narcotics in field environments.
2:30 PMRoom # 306Next-Generation Solutions for Mobile & Back-End Face MatchingBrendan KlareSecure Planet, Inc.A live demonstration of face matching against very large databases. Mobile solution implementation & discussion of related consideration.