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Author Topic: Law Enforcement and Forensics Applied Technology Conference, April 15-17, 2009,  (Read 6280 times)

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Title: Law Enforcement and Forensics Applied Technology Conference, April 15-17, 2009, Kansas City, Missouri
Description:
NIJ Applied Technologies Conference
 
April 15–17, 2009
Kansas City, MO
Westin Crown Center Hotel
 
Registstration is open!
 
This conference showcases novel tools and technologies with current and 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 Center for Rural Development and the National Forensic Science Technology Center.
 
This year, our exhibit hall will offer hands-on demonstrations of some of the latest technologies, such as:
Cyber crime investigation tools.
School safety tools and resources.
Low cost aviation assets.
Communications and information sharing tools
National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)
Field Investigation Drug Officer (FIDO)
Plenary Concurrent Sessions

Technology Tools and Assistance: Help When You Need It
Current Topics in Forensics: Familial CODIS Searches....and MORE
Trace Evidence: What To Do If There Isn't DNA
The Lorenzo Gilyard Case: A Review
Who should attend

This conference is free and open to federal, state and local law Enforcement and public safety officials. This includes managers and supervisors in law enforcement, forensics, and corrections. The exhibit floor is reserved for government and government related displays.

Registration

Registration is free but space is limited.

Registering online:
Go to the registration site (http://www.nfstc.org/meetings/)
Login or create a new account.
Select Register.
Enter the conference invitation code: ATC2009 (case sensitive).
Complete your registration.
You will receive an email confirmation once your registration has been completed.

Lodging

The Applied Technologies Conference will be held at the Westin Crown Center Hotel, One East Pershing Road, Kansas City, Missouri. The prevailing government rate of $107 single occupancy and $128 double occupancy is being offered April 13-17, 2009.

Reserve your room online at http://www.starwoodmeeting.com/StarGroupsWeb/res?id=0811049744&key=3CEB3 or call the hotel directly at 816-474-4400. Please mention to the reservations agent that you are with the Applied Technologies Conferences to get the negotiated rate.
 
Contacts

Exhibit Hall
For questions regarding exhibits, please contact:
Joel Blainey
Phone: 516-484-3239
E-mail: JBlainey@txsheriffs.org

Conference Contact
For questions regarding registration and other meeting logistics, please contact:
Margaret Black
Phone: 703-729-5263 or 703-509-2550
E-mail: jmaconsulting1@gmail.com
URL: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij/events/applied-technologies/welcome.html
(908) 797-6553
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wwheatley@essexsheriff.com
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