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NOV 2016

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November 15-17, 2016 Houston, Texas Crowne Plaza Hotel • Reliant Park Register Now & Save! Make plans to attend Secured Cities November 15-17, 2016, in Houston. It is the only conference dedicated to the public/private partnership initiatives in the Public Safety and emergency management sectors, offering two-and-a-half days filled with 48 peer-led sessions, four (4) on-site and behind the scenes public safety tours, three (3) exciting keynotes and several networking reception opportunities. BROUGHT TO YOU BY: SECURED CITIES PARTNERS: Register Today at SecuredCities.com Use promo code LET2 when registering. Pricing Starts at $ 199 Attention: UASI Funding is Available for Secured Cities. Contact your financial officer or grant administrator for details. Check Out a Strong Public Safety Program! With more sessions, more peer encounters, more solution provider interaction, more opportunities to learn. This is a must-attend Public Safety event. Here is a sampling of the 2016 program: • Mitigating Risk and Protecting the Campus at the University of Texas – Vicki King, Inspector, University of Texas Police – Houston • Finding and Budgeting the Right Technology: A Case Study of the County-Wide Safety and Security Initiative in Montgomery County, Texas – Eric Lowery, Business Systems Coordinator II, Montgomery County IT Services • Procedural Justice: Policing in the 21st Century to Restore Trust – Luis Soler, Chief of Police, Crowley Police Department (TX) • The Paris Experience: Deploying Cutting Edge Technologies to Fight Threats – Mike O'Dea, Director - North America, Teleste • Gunshot Recognition Analytics: Delivering Actionable Information to Law Enforcement and First Responders – Samuel Hood III, Lieutenant, Citiwatch, Baltimore Police Department • CCTV - Where's the Money – Edmund Goode, Criminal Justice Associate, Baltimore City Police Department • Street Corner Conspiracy Operations: The Chicago Way – Elias Voulgaris, Commander, Chicago Police Department Houston Tour Sites Set Secured Cities 2016 will be hosting several on-site security tours of venues in the Houston area. All tours will be scheduled for November 17, and will leave directly from the Reliant Crowne Plaza Hotel via bus. All tours are subject to change and will be limited in attendance. Some venues may require vetting and will be first come, first served. Scheduled Venues include the Houston Emergency Center (HEC), NRG Stadium and NASA's Johnson Space Center.

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