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Author Topic: 2008 NIJ Law Enforcement and Forensics Applied Technologies Conference  (Read 7319 times)

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Offline Bill Wheatley

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2008 NIJ Law Enforcement and Forensics Applied Technologies Conference
March 17 - 21, 2008 — Point Clear, Alabama
The 5th NIJ Applied Technologies Conference, to be held at the Grand Hotel Marriott Resort in Point Clear, Alabama, showcases novel tools and technologies with current or future law enforcement and crime laboratory applications that improve how we keep our communities safe. In addition, it features forums for discussing the procedures, policies, and issues that arise when new technology is introduced in a community. Through panel discussions and exhibits, executives will have a chance to sample a wide variety of technologies and their associated issues, like community acceptance, return on investment, planning for deployment, and privacy. NIJ sponsors the Applied Technologies Conference in partnership with the Sheriff's Association of Texas and the National Forensic Science Technology Center.

Registration is FREE but space is limited.

Sample Panels


Simulating Life: Computer-Aided Trainings
Law Enforcement and Forensics: An International Perspective
How to Obtain Free Equipment from the Federal Government
Lower Cost Aviation Solutions for Public Safety
New Technology in Personal Protective Equipment
Communications Interoperability: Small Pilots and Large Projects
It's 2008, What can the Crime Laboratory do for You Now
Advancements in Investigation of Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains
Cell Phone Forensics: A 101 Primer for Law Enforcement
Information Management in Corrections: Criminal Activity Detection
Information Sharing
Canine Enforcement: A Warm-Blooded Technology
Unique Forensic Technologies and Techniques
DNA Technologies and Techniques
Forensic Resources to Support Your Efforts
Research and Evaluation in Forensic Science
Try Selected Technologies on the Exhibit Floor!

Who should attend
Managers and supervisors in law enforcement, forensics, and corrections. This conference is only open to Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement and Public Safety Officials (Law Enforcement, Corrections, and Crime Laboratories). Registration is also open to NIJ Grantees with approval from their NIJ Program Manager. The exhibit floor is reserved for government and government related displays.

Conference Contact
Register at www.training.txsheriffs.org For more information or to register, contact Joel Blainey by phone: (212) 748-9486 or email: jblainey@txsheriffs.org
(908) 797-6553
factsgroup@comcast.net
wwheatley@essexsheriff.com
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