Executive Leadership Seminar: Promises and Perils of Law Enforcement Information Technology
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Executive Leadership Seminar: Promises and Perils of Law Enforcement Information Technology

9/4/2019 to 9/5/2019
When: September 4-5, 2019
Where: 1001 Fire Academy Drive
Sayreville, New Jersey  08872
United States
Contact: Maria Cardiellos

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The Center on Policing at Rutgers University, in collaboration with the IJIS Institute and the National Police Foundation, will jointly host an executive leadership seminar September 4-5, 2019, in Sayreville, New Jersey, at the Middlesex Fire Academy. The seminar is the first of a three-course offering in the Advancing Public Safety Technology Professional Development Program

The two-day inaugural seminar, “Promises and Perils of Law Enforcement Information Technology,” is designed for executives in state, local and federal law enforcement agencies and organizations. The seminar will offer case-studies on current and emerging information technologies focusing on the benefits these technologies can bring to improving law enforcement operations, as well as the potential challenges that an agency may face with adoption of advanced technologies. Lessons learned and proven strategies will be discussed for mitigating risks associated with technology adoption. The seminar will feature many speakers who are recognized experts in law enforcement operations and technology.  

 

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About the Advancing Public Safety Information Technology Program

The new Advancing Public Safety Technology Professional Development Program will offer courses targeting executives, operational managers, and IT project managers using expert instructors from operational agencies and industry. The program will offer continuing education credits from Rutgers University and attendees will also receive a certificate of completion. In the courses, participants will benefit from technology experts from industry solution providers (no sales efforts are allowed), experienced law enforcement practitioners, academic experts on technology implementation, and government leaders knowledgeable about programs.