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SEMINARS 
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EXPO HIGHLIGHTS

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SEMINARS & EXPO HIGHLIGHTS:

EXHIBITS OPEN:  Atlantic City Convention Center – HALL D & FLEX

Tuesday, June 28, 2022          10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Wednesday, June 29, 2022    10:00 am – 3:30 pm

OPENING CEREMONIES – RIBBON CUTTING

Date:  Tuesday, June 28, 2022       Time:  12:30 pm

Location: Main Entranceway #1

(NJ State Association of Chiefs of Police – Expo Host)

Followed by:

Special Opening Ceremonies presentation-

Block Communications (Booth # 619)

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Topic:   The Blind Spot:  Revealing the Risks behind Off Duty Employment

Seminar Leader:   Retired Austin Chief of Police, Brian Manley

(Off Duty Management)

 

Date:  Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Time:  1:30 pm

Location: Meeting Room # 307

 

OVERVIEW

A deep dive into some of the most common reasons officers and agencies are exposed to the off-duty blind spot. We will explore this by creating an immersive experience with leadership interviews, personal testimonials, and video documentation.

This presentation will review factual data and quotes from recent headlines and real-life experiences to reinforce why agencies would be wise to make managing their off-duty

program a priority sooner rather than later.

 

TOPICS BEING COVERED:

Risk, Job Tracking, Liability, Job Equity, Time, Costs, Resources to mitigate Risk before the Blind Spot makes the Headlines.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Assess the risk officers, agencies, and communities are exposed to during off-duty jobs.

2. Gain knowledge about the technology tools available to support transparency in job tracking,          

job equity, and reporting of hours worked for an off-duty program.

3. Understand the discrepancies between on-duty and off-duty liability and workers’ compensation

coverages and the appropriate application of these policies.

4. Analyze the overall operation of an off-duty program and why it can be costly to a city or municipality.

5. Review the benefits of a centrally administered off-duty program and how it can help law enforcement agencies save time, money, and resources.

 

    

Topic:   Customized Professional Development

Seminar Leader:   Dr. Paulette Laubsch

(Fairleigh Dickinson University)

 

Date:  Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Time:  2:30 pm

Location: Meeting Room # 308/309

                               

This session explores how you can tailor professional development for yourself, or for your team, to ensure you climb the ladder and/or you have the most productive workforce possible. 

 

Professional development has two dimensions. First, you can engage in customized professional development in order to enhance your skills, knowledge, and abilities (SKAs), to enhance your own productivity, efficiency, and career.  Additional competencies make you better prepared for higher-level positions. Second, as supervisor, you may determine that an individual or the whole team should be groomed for advancement, which likewise requires a tailored education plan.

 

Professional development can be accomplished through formal training and education, attendance at conferences, and individual efforts, such as reading and completing self-help publications, but a formal process leads to better outcomes. This includes assessing needed skills, knowledge, and abilities needed for current and future positions as well as what the SKAs of the current staff.

Topic:   The NJSACOP Accreditation Assessors Overview                                                                                                  Bringing the resources of the NJSACOP LEAP Program to your Agency.                                      

Seminar Leader:  Harry J Delgado, ED.S  (NJSACOP LEAP Accreditation Program Director)

 

Date:  Tuesday, June 28, 2022  &  Wednesday, June 29, 2022

For Program Times: 

Check in with the NJ State Association of Chiefs of Police in Booth #846   

Location: SEMINAR AREA “A” Inside Exhibit Hall

 

The NJSACOP LEAP will have a review of the current standards this year. Come join NJSACOP Accreditation assessors in a discussion about new or revised standards addressing new developments in law enforcement. Comments and suggestions are welcome. The NJSACOP LEAP Standard Review Committee will be discussing and gathering feedback from law enforcement practitioners in preparation for this very important revision.

Interested in becoming a NJSACOP LEAP Assessors? Have questions? Come visit us. 

 

 

Topic:   Physical Security Cloud Solution for Video Surveillance, Access Control, Alarming & Sensors.

Seminar Leader:   Jeff Hickey

(OSI Technology - Verkada)

 

Date:  Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Time:  3:30 pm

Location: Meeting Room # 310

 

Demonstrating physical security solutions that integrate seamlessly behind a single, cloud-based platform.

                                     

                                                                    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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EVENT HIGHLIGHTS:

 

HEALTH FAIR

Complimentary Health Screening (Tuesday & Wednesday)

Blood Pressure, Pulmonary Function Testing, Body Fat

Analysis, Blood Sugar Testing

Presented by:  Deborah Heart & Lung Center

Located at the Expo’s Entranceway Unit

BRING A PATCH...TAKE A PATCH   

VISIT THE PAINT MARKER SHOOTHOUSE

and discuss its Training applications

MAKE A DONATION TO A WORTHY CAUSE

Food Donations being accepted

NYPD CLASSIC VEHICLES ON DISPLAY

Original NYPD Hwy Patrol '88 Dodge Diplomat

MEET THE ARTIST

John Kiernan (Blueline Studios) and see his recently completed MURAL which he started painting in Police Security Expo 2021

Only existing NYPD Indian Patrol Pike 

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