Agenda

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Track 1 - Command Staff/Academy Retraining (CS)
Track 2 - Corrections (C)
Track 3 - Executive Assistants (EA)
Track 4 - Finance (F)
Track 5 - Fleet (FT)
Track 6 - Human Resources (HR)
Track 7 - Information Technology (IT)
Track 8 - Teen Driver Challenge (TDC)

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  • October 28, 2019
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    Agenda

    9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
    TDC Advisory Group Meeting
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Lantana
    (For advisory group members only)
    10:00 AM  -  4:00 PM
    Outdoor Vehicle Display Move-in
    DJT: Parking Area (Outdoor Vehicle Display)
    Move-in time will be selected during registration.
    11:00 AM  -  1:00 PM
    Attendee Registration
    DJT: Registration, North Foyer and Grand Patio
    11:00 AM  -  1:00 PM
    Lunch
    DJT: Registration, North Foyer and Grand Patio
    1:15 PM  -  1:45 PM
    (CS)(C)(EA)(F)(FT)(HR)(IT)(TDC) - Welcome & Opening Remarks
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    1:45 PM  -  3:00 PM
    (CS)(C)(EA)(F)(FT)(HR)(IT)(TDC) - Keynote Presentation & Closing Remarks
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
    Vendor Registration and Indoor Move-in
    DJT: Registration, Ballrooms E-L and East Foyer
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (CS) - Florida Sheriffs Risk Management Fund
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    Participants will learn: about the FSRMF; services provided; management of risks.
    Speakers:
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (C) - Florida Corrections Accreditation
    DJT: Ballroom A
    This presentation is an overview of the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission, its roles, responsibilities and benefits to member agencies. Attendees will have a basic understanding of the Florida Corrections Accreditation Process and the creation and application of accreditation standards.
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (EA) - Sovereign Citizens
    Main Clubhouse, Upper Level: Majestic Ballroom
    The presentation will describe the Sovereign Citizen ideology, as well as provide an insight into identifiers and tactics commonly used by sovereigns. Attendees will be able to: describe what a sovereign citizen is; identify tactics used by sovereign citizens; identify crimes often committed by sovereign citizens.
    Speakers:
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (F) - Ethics in the Professional World
    DJT: Ballroom B
    Ethics are real-world issues and are not limited to philosophy. This session will present the core concepts of both the academics and realities of the symbiotic relationship between values and ethics. Key concepts of values acquisition, development and maintenance will be related to risk management. Participants will: develop an understanding of the values acquisition timeline; understand how better decision making will be influenced by foundational values and experiences; apply human values to behaviors and consequences.
    Speakers:
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (FT) - NAFA/FLAGFA Certification Trng: Bus. Mgmt. (Class 1 - Law, Policies & Procedures)
    DJT: Ballroom C
    This training session provides requirements specified in law, policies and procedures for fleet administration and management.
    Speakers:
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (HR) - Facebook and the 1st Amendment
    DJT: Ballroom D
    This presentation will be an overview of recent case law on public employees’ ability to address posting on personal Facebook and 1st Amendment rights of employees and public to post on Facebook. Participants will learn: when policies prohibiting conduct unbecoming may be enforced as a result of offensive off duty Facebook postings; when employees and the public have the right under the 1st Amendment to express themselves.
    Speakers:
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (IT) - FIBRS - General Update
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Rose
    This presentation will provide an overview of the data that will be collected by the Florida Incident-Based Reporting System (FIBRS). Attendees will have a basic understanding of the intent of the FIBRS project. In addition, they will be provided an overview of the next steps in development and implementation.
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (TDC) - Teen Driver Challenge
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Lantana
    • Welcome and opening remarks
    • State of the Program
    • Discussion of Indian River County TDC Launch Speaker: Michael Snowhill: This presentation will cover the development and implementation of the Teen Driver Challenge program at the Indian River County Sheriff's Office. Participants will learn: Program Development Vehicle design and marketing Program additions, i.e. Champions Class.
    • Review of paperwork and online portal
    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (CS) - Florida Sheriffs Association Cold Case Advisory Commission
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    The CCAC is an inter-disciplinary approach for reviewing the available information & evidence from unsolved homicide and selected missing persons cases by a committee of subject matter experts. Participants will understand: the purpose of the CCAC; why the CCAC was created; how to have cases submitted to the CCAC.
    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (C)(F) - Inmate Medical Cost Management Program
    DJT: Ballroom A
    This presentation will cover the benefits of the Inmate Medical Cost Management Program as well as include an open forum to discuss various techniques to reduce inmate medical expenses. Participants will learn: the Inmate Medical Cost Management Program claim process and explore strategies to mitigate off-site inmate medical expenses.
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (EA) - Sovereign Citizens (cont)
    Main Clubhouse, Upper Level: Majestic Ballroom
    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (FT) - NAFA/FLAGFA Certification Trng: Bus. Mgmt. (Class 2 - RFP's / Procurement & Purchasing)
    DJT: Ballroom C
    This training session provides best practices for review of RFP's and procurement and purchasing.
    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (HR)(F) - Hot Topics in Employment and Labor Law
    DJT: Ballroom D
    This presentation is an update on current human resources issues including hiring, separations, FMLA leave, ADA accommodations, and overtime compensation under the FLSA. Participants are ensured to learn that human resources policies and practices are consistent with federal and state court decisions.
    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (IT) - FIBRS Statewide Records Management System (RMS) & Uniform Arrest Affidavit
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Rose
    These presentations will provide an implementation overview of the Statewide RMS and the Uniform Arrest Affidavit. Attendees will have a basic understanding of the intent of the each project, and will be provided an overview of the next steps in development and implementation.
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (TDC) - Teen Driver Challenge
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Lantana
    • Review Powerpoint
    • Review TDC Videos
    • Q&A
    Speakers:
    5:00 PM  -  6:30 PM
    Reception in the Exhibit Hall
    DJT: Ballrooms E-L and East Foyer (Exhibit Hall)
    8:00 PM  -  10:00 PM
    Hospitality Suite
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Magnolia Room and Courtyard
  • October 29, 2019
  •  

    Agenda

    7:00 AM  -  8:00 AM
    Breakfast Buffet
    DJT: Ballrooms E-L and East Foyer (Exhibit Hall)
    7:00 AM  -  5:00 PM
    FSA Registration
    DJT: Registration
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (CS) - Critical Incident Management
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    The purpose of the Critical Incident Management presentation is to provide response guidelines and considerations for first responding supervisors and managers. Participants will learn to identify 7 critical tasks crucial to the first 20 to 30 minutes of a critical incident, and identify and apply ICS checklists useful for managing a variety of critical incidents.
    Speakers:
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (C) - Minimizing Jail Liability: Make the Best of Bad Situation
    DJT: Ballroom A
    Jails are one the most litigious liabilities a sheriff or county faces. This workshop will examine the three main areas of jail liability and make recommendations on how to minimize liability and maximize success. Participants will understand: the 3 most susceptible areas of liability while running a jail; the importance of accreditation to reduce liability and set minimum standards; learn methods to maximize success in jail operations.
    Speakers:
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (EA) - Overview of the FSA and the Science of Motivation
    Main Clubhouse, Upper Level: Majestic Ballroom
    A brief overview of the services provided by the FSA. The science of motivation: how to encourage and sustain motivation in yourself and others.
    Speakers:
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (F) - Fraud, Fiscal Pressures, Professional Skepticism and How Data Analytics Detect Fraud
    DJT: Ballroom B
    This presentation will use "real life" case studies to show participants how they can use data analytics to detect fraud. Participants will learn: how to utilize Fuzzy Match in Excel to perform vendor/employee matches; how to use Conditional Formatting to identify duplicate payments; understand how to use Benford's Law to identify anomalies.
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (FT) - NAFA/FLAGFA Certification Trng: Bus. Mgmt. (Class 3 - Emergency Operations)
    DJT: Ballroom C
    This training session provides best practices information on management of fleets for emergency response planning and implementation.
    Speakers:
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (HR) - PTSD - Prevention and Education
    DJT: Ballroom D
    This presentation will serve as a proactive strategy to provide education and information to recognize the signs and symptoms of excessive short and long term stress, focusing on education at the lowest level, and providing information and treatment opportunities in a discreet manner. Participants will understand: short and long term stress in law enforcement; strengths and weakness of Peer Support Team; learn about empowering each member of your agency to take responsibility for their personal physical and mental health.
    Speakers:
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (IT) - FIBRS - Panel Discussion
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Rose
    Speakers:
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (TDC) - Simulator
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Lantana
    9:05 AM  -  10:00 AM
    (CS) - Critical Incident Management (cont)
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    Speakers:
    9:05 AM  -  10:00 AM
    (C) - Jail Liability
    DJT: Ballroom A
    A presentation by the Florida Risk Management Fund of the types of jail liability, based upon real claims, and strategies for avoiding liability.
    Speakers:
    9:05 AM  -  10:00 AM
    (EA) - Public Records
    Main Clubhouse, Upper Level: Majestic Ballroom
    This presentation will be an overview of Public Records Law including statutory exemptions, application of Marsy’s Law, and responding to public records requests.
    Speakers:
    9:05 AM  -  10:00 AM
    (F) - Fraud, Fiscal Pressures, Professional Skepticism and How Data Analytics Detect Fraud (cont)
    DJT: Ballroom B
    9:05 AM  -  10:00 AM
    (FT) - NAFA/FLAGFA Certification Trng: Bus. Mgmt. (Class 4 - Strategic Partnering)
    DJT: Ballroom C
    This training session provides information regarding the cost and operational benefits of strategic partnering with vendor's other entities.
    Speakers:
    9:05 AM  -  10:00 AM
    (HR) - The RTM Protocol and the End of PTSD
    DJT: Ballroom D
    The RTM Protocol is a new successful treatment, researched with the most rigorous scientific methods and will end a PTSD diagnosis or prevent one ever being given. This protocol can be administered on a peer to peer model under supervision of a licensed mental health counselor. Participants will understand: that PTSD is an injury, not an illness that can be healed without medication; The RTM Protocol can be administered immediately after a traumatic event; The RTM Protocol is an 88 line script designed to be followed exactly as manualized.
    Speakers:
    9:05 AM  -  10:00 AM
    (IT) - FDLE Update on Cloud Computing
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Rose
    This presentation is an introduction to emerging cloud technologies, their best practice and applicable usage within agencies. Participants will have an understanding of: practical applications of cloud technologies; methodology of cloud implementation; Pro's and Con's of cloud technologies.
    Speakers:
    9:05 AM  -  10:00 AM
    (TDC) - Roundtable Discussion
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Lantana
    TDC Programs- An open forum to review topics and other issues related to your area of expertise.
    10:00 AM  -  11:00 AM
    Break
    DJT: Ballrooms E-L, East Foyer and Parking Area (Exhibit Hall & Outdoor Vehicle Display)
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (CS) - FSA Task Force Operations
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    This presentation will be an overview of the Task Force organization, purpose, and duties and responsibilities.
    Speakers:
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (C) - Suicide Intervention and Prevention in Corrections
    DJT: Ballroom A
    This presentation will discuss suicidal warning signs, risk factors and myths. The course will focus on intervention, best practices and the culture of prevention. Lessons learned from case studies will be shared. Participants will have the ability to recognize and assess the culture regarding suicidal inmates and identify Best Practices for Suicide Intervention and Prevention.
    Speakers:
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (EA) - Writing & Communications Tips to Enhance Your Brand
    Main Clubhouse, Upper Level: Majestic Ballroom
    Attendees will hear professional communications tips and techniques--from writing and email best practices to ensuring your brand is communicated consistently. Participate in a fun and interactive grammar exercise to further your skills and also learn more about internal communications. Participants will: learn how to write clearly and effectively; build your grammar expertise through an interactive grammar exercise; understand how your communication can enhance your agency's brand.
    Speakers:
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (F) - Lessons Learned: Control Deficiencies in Local Governments
    DJT: Ballroom B
    Awareness of common control deficiencies may help finance professionals establish procedures for preventing theft in their organizations. This session highlights some lessons learned from entities that experienced fraud or misappropriation of assets due to such control deficiencies. This presentation is an overview of recent fraud cases in local units of government where participants will recognize the internal control deficiencies that existed and become familiar with ways to mitigate fraud opportunities.
    Speakers:
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (FT) - NAFA/FLAGFA Certification Trng: Asset Mgmt. (Class 1 - Strategic Sourcing & Pricing)
    DJT: Ballroom C
    This training session provides best practices for procurement, purchasing, cost benefits, and pricing of goods and services.
    Speakers:
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (HR) - Retiree Health Insurance Options with Medicare and More
    DJT: Ballroom D
    This will be an interactive presentation. Participants will learn about: Medicare and the options for retirees and spouses who are Medicare eligible; how the Medicare prescription program works; how the FRS Health Insurance Subsidy works in retirement to help pay for Medicare.
    Speakers:
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (IT) - Microsoft & Inspired Update on Cloud Computing
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Rose
    This presentation will include: Updates on path forward for Cloud Services; Available solutions (Azure Gov, Office365, Dynamics); Roles and responsibilities; Discussion of first steps and options available (Assessment, Implementation, Support); CJIS Compliance and FIPS.
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (TDC) - Drive to Save Lives Tour
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Lantana
    Kevin and his childhood friend, Brandon, left a party intoxicated and driving in excessive speeds. The result – a horrific crash that Kevin did not walk away from and Brandon did not survive. Today, from his wheelchair, Kevin tells his life-changing story to audiences across North America. Learning takeaways from this presentation will include: Kevin's personal impact story; impaired driving prevention; overall teen-oriented destructive decision prevention.
    Speakers:
    12:00 PM  -  2:00 PM
    Lunch & Dessert
    DJT: Ballrooms E-L, East Foyer and Parking Area (Exhibit Hall & Outdoor Vehicle Display)
    2:05 PM  -  3:00 PM
    (CS) - FSA Task Force Operations WebEOC operation
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    Participants will learn: use of software to track developments and compliance with FEMA requirements.
    Speakers:
    2:05 PM  -  3:00 PM
    (C) - Innovative Approaches to Managing Jail Mental Health Populations Update
    DJT: Ballroom A
    This presentation discusses the impacts of and best practices to employ when housing severely mentally ill inmates. The presentation also serves as an update to the presentation given at the 2018 conference. Attendees will understand: the challenges associated with housing severely mentally ill inmates in a jail setting; alternative approaches to housing severely mentally ill inmates in a jail setting; that dealing with mental illness in a detention facility requires a paradigm shift.
    2:05 PM  -  3:00 PM
    (EA)(F) - Active Shooters and the Role of the Priority Response Team
    Main Clubhouse, Upper Level: Majestic Ballroom
    The Miami-Dade Police Priority Response Team (PRT) is a specially trained and selected group of officers uniquely equipped and deployed throughout Miami Dade County. The core mission of the PRT is to provide a rapid, coordinated, and overwhelming response to Mass Casualty Attacks and Critical Incidents. Participants will learn: the establishment of a response model that is understood and used by neighboring agencies; the importance of continued training in preparing your officers to deal with active shooters; the importance of integrating and working with other agencies to include emergency medical providers.
    Speakers:
    2:05 PM  -  3:00 PM
    (FT) - NAFA/FLAGFA Certification Trng: Asset Mgmt. (Class 2 - Vehicle Selection & Specifications)
    DJT: Ballroom C
    This training session provides guidance and best practices to review and develop specifications for vehicles to meet agency user needs.
    Speakers:
    2:05 PM  -  3:00 PM
    (HR) - Harassment in the Workplace - "Me Too" (Panel)
    DJT: Ballroom D
    Panelists: 
    -Cindy Lau-Evans, Asst. Director of Equal Opportunity Programs/ADA/Title IX
    -Wayne Evans, FSA General Counsel
    -Karen Straight, Orange County Sheriff's Office
    -Barbara Gisondi, Hernando County Sheriff's Office
    -Carol Laudicina, Manatee County Sheriff's Office

    After an overview of the #MeToo movement, an HR and legal Panel will address the surge in harassment complaints and allegations, compliance requirements in the workplace, societal expectations, inclusive environments and Employee engagement. After participation in this session, attendees will be able to: understand the impact of the #MeToo movement and sexual harassment complaints; list the legal requirements of Employers with regard to sexual harassment; explain the correlation between inclusion and employee engagement; develop strategies for nurturing and maintaining inclusive work environments; ensure that adequate policies and procedures are in place to prevent and promptly address harassment complaints.
    2:05 PM  -  3:00 PM
    (IT) - Dashboarding - Visualizing Your Information
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Rose
    Dashboards are tools used at all levels in the organization to help understand or feel the pulse of what is happening, teased from mass amounts of data. These visuals can dynamically answer questions around projects, operations, performance, crime trends, staffing, budget, and more. Participants will: become familiar with these tools, understand how they work, what they can do, and who can use them; learn where and how to start if you haven’t already; view dashboard demonstrations to show how interactive dashboards will dynamically allow you to answer questions and understand what is happening in the organization.
    Speakers:
    2:05 PM  -  3:00 PM
    (TDC) - Train the Trainer
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Lantana
    This course will include classroom and driving exercises.
    Speakers:
    2:05 PM  -  3:00 PM
    (TDC) - EasyDrift - Classroom Instruction and Driving (Offsite)
    Miami Dade College North Campus

    This 8-hour day will include 4 hours of classroom covering the basics of teaching/coaching with the EASYDRIFT patented concept. Areas such as exercise design, safety and liability issues, and basic use of the driver training system will be discussed. Additionally, we will go over vehicle dynamics and driver assist equipment found on newer vehicles.  During the second half of the course, students will then drive the DTS through a series of exercises while understanding the important vehicle control principals that each exercise emphasis so that they may teach them effectively. An overview of some major key points for proper skid recovery work, such as CPR (Correct-Pause-Recover), is introduced.


    Participants are expected to arrive no later than 2:30pm.

    Miami Dade College North Campus, School of Justice 
    11380 NW 27th Avenue
    Miami, Fl 33167 
    Download a campus map by clicking here.

    Speakers:
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (CS) - Duties and Responsibilities of the County Emergency Manager
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    This presentation will be an overview of the County EM Program and how Sheriff's Offices can improve interface capabilities to ensure timely reimbursement from FEMA for declared disasters.
    Speakers:
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (C) - Innovative Approaches to Managing Jail Mental Health Populations Update (cont)
    DJT: Ballroom A
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (EA) - Panel Discussions
    Main Clubhouse, Upper Level: Majestic Ballroom

    Panelists: 
    -Wendy Chaffee, Collier County 
    -Joan Payne, Hernando County (ret.) 
    -Kristy Marsden, Lake County 
    -Yvonne Gard, Manatee County 
    -Kristin Martin, Washington County 

    Discussion will include:  how to maintain motivation and encourage motivation in others; how do agencies support motivation such as awards, privileges, etc.; agency hot topics.

    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (F) - GASB 87 - Preparing for New Lease Standards
    DJT: Ballroom B
    This presentation is a summary of GASB Statement No. 87, Leases, and the affects of implementation from an accounting and operational perspective. Participants will: establish an understanding of the changes to lease accounting due to the new standard and discuss practical application and implementation guidance of the standard.
    Speakers:
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (FT) - NAFA/FLAGFA Certification Trng: Asset Mgmt. (Class 3-Procurement & Active Fleet Mgmt.)
    DJT: Ballroom C
    This training session provides guidance and best practices for identifying what needs to be done once vehicles are purchased and delivered. Major issues include commissioning vehicles, licenses, titles, decaling, vehicle use utilization testing, implementation of agency vehicle motor pools.
    Speakers:
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (HR) - Officer/Employee Discipline
    DJT: Ballroom D
    Officer and Employee Discipline is a presentation designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the various aspects of officer/employee misconduct, internal affairs investigations, and the discipline process. Participants will understand an overview of: the Officer/Employee investigative process; the discipline model policy and procedures; review of key concepts: Bill of Rights, Garrity, Due Process, Career Service, Name Clearing, Brady.
    Speakers:
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (IT) - Big Data Analysis - A Community Partnership
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Rose
    As Law Enforcement agencies continue to rely on information and the data driven decision making process, more advanced analytical processes and techniques become important to the organization from a strategic perspective. Participants will learn: why should they do this; who should be doing this; how should they do this; what are the expected outcomes of doing this.
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (TDC) - Train the Trainer (cont)
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Lantana
    Speakers:
    3:05 PM  -  4:00 PM
    (TDC) - EasyDrift - Classroom Instruction and Driving (cont)
    Miami Dade College North Campus

    Participants are expected to arrive no later than 2:30pm.

    Miami Dade College North Campus, School of Justice 
    11380 NW 27th Avenue
    Miami, Fl 33167 
    Download a campus map by clicking here.

    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (CS) - Are You Getting All of Your FEMA Reimbursement?
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    This presentation will focus on changes that FDEM has implemented to expedite reimbursements and infuse cash flow into your agency within weeks versus months. Additionally, presenters will provide examples of situations where agencies leave eligible reimbursable costs on the table. Participants will learn new processes in place by the Florida Division of Emergency of Management to expedite reimbursement. Participants will review new 2019 equipment rates and learn ways to maximize FEMA reimbursements.
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (C) - Mail-Guard & the Inmate Legal Mail Process
    DJT: Ballroom A
    The Polk County Sheriff's Office will present new emerging technology that is currently being used in the Department of Detention. Participants will learn how to defeat contraband in incoming mail.
    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (EA) - Panel Discussions (cont)
    Main Clubhouse, Upper Level: Majestic Ballroom
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (F) - Automation in the Finance Office and Beyond
    DJT: Ballroom B
    Paperless systems and automation plans can take time and funding that currently may not be available to you. Learn how to evaluate your current financial system and software products to find “no-cost” efficiencies already at your fingertips. This class will also go over how to plan for future fund. Learn how to use Office products and email to process purchase and payment requests. Examples of automated forms will be shared with the class that can be used at their agency upon returning home from the conference.
    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (FT) - NAFA/FLAGFA Certification Trng: Asset Mgmt. (Class 4 - Remrktng: Vehicle Surplus & Disposal)
    DJT: Ballroom C
    This training session provides guidance and best practices for planning for selling, donating, or other surplus activities for vehicles.
    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (HR) - Diversity in the Workplace
    DJT: Ballroom D
    This presentation will prepare participants on valuing diversity in the workplace through civility, Diversity Pitfalls when hiring, and unconscious bias in the workplace. Participants will: have an increased understanding on the concepts of Cultural Diversity and its importance to the workplace, and how to make the unconscious bias, conscious.
    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (IT) - Project Management
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Rose
    Project Management discipline can help any agency, large or small, accomplish their goals in a repeatable way. This presentation shows how two agencies use project management processes and tools for improved outcomes and better communication. Learn how you can “plan your work and work your plan”. Participants will understand: why there is a need for formal project management processes; the benefits of a formal project management program; what are the Project Management Best Practices?
    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (TDC) - Train the Trainer (cont)
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Lantana
    Speakers:
    4:05 PM  -  5:00 PM
    (TDC) - EasyDrift - Classroom Instruction and Driving (cont)
    Miami Dade College North Campus

    Participants are expected to arrive no later than 2:30pm.

    Miami Dade College North Campus, School of Justice 
    11380 NW 27th Avenue
    Miami, Fl 33167 
    Download a campus map by clicking here.

    Speakers:
    5:00 PM  -  6:30 PM
    Reception at Outdoor Vehicle Display
    DJT: Parking Area (Outdoor Vehicle Display)
    8:00 PM  -  10:00 PM
    Hospitality Suite
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Magnolia Room and Courtyard
  • October 30, 2019
  •  

    Agenda

    7:00 AM  -  8:00 AM
    Breakfast Buffet
    DJT: Ballrooms E-L and East Foyer (Exhibit Hall)
    7:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
    FSA Registration
    DJT: Registration
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (CS) - Leading through Challenging Times
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    Attendees will learn the importance of self-reflection, team building and managing change through buy-in. They will also learn about leading vs. managing and perseverance.
    Speakers:
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (C) - Inmate Programs & Re-entry
    DJT: Ballroom A
    This workshop will provide you with an overview of the Collier County Jail’s Inmate and Reentry Programs. Learn how you can reduce recidivism through inmate programming, addressing education, substance abuse, mental health and employment readiness. Participants will learn: how you can build inmate programming into your jail at little or no cost; how to determine an inmate’s needs prior to release from incarceration; how inmate programs and reentry can reduce recidivism.
    Speakers:
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (EA) - Roundtable
    Main Clubhouse, Upper Level: Majestic Ballroom
    An open forum to review topics and other issues related to your area of expertise.
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (F) - Roundtable
    DJT: Ballroom B
    An open forum to review topics and other issues related to your area of expertise.
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (FT) - NAFA/FLAGFA Certification Testing: Business Management
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Lantana
    This examination is necessary for NAFA certification and demonstration of proficiency of the asset management training sessions 1-4.
    Speakers:
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (FT) - Roundtable: Use of Electric & Hybrid Vehicles in Fleets
    DJT: Ballroom C
    An open forum to review topics and other issues related to your area of expertise.
    Speakers:
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (HR) - Roundtable
    DJT: Ballroom D
    An open forum to review topics and other issues related to your area of expertise.
    8:05 AM  -  9:00 AM
    (IT) - I.T. and Law Enforcement Drones - What's the Connection?
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Rose
    This roundtable discussion will highlight the challenges of connecting drones, robots, in-car and body-worn video, and other camera-capable devices to stream live video from anywhere to anywhere. Participants will learn: the challenges with streaming video from anywhere to anywhere; the possible architectures for building a video streaming backend that is scalable; what some other agencies doing to handle streaming video; how to ensure solutions are secure.
    8:30 AM  -  10:00 AM
    (TDC) - Offsite
    Miami Dade College North Campus

    Participants are expected to arrive no later than 8:30am.

    Miami Dade College North Campus, School of Justice 
    11380 NW 27th Avenue
    Miami, Fl 33167 
    Download a campus map by clicking here.

    9:00 AM  -  10:00 AM
    Break (Exhibit Hall Giveaways)
    DJT: Ballrooms E-L, East Foyer and Parking Area (Exhibit Hall & Outdoor Vehicle Display)
    10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Vendor Teardown (Indoor and Outdoor)
    DJT: Ballrooms E-L, East Foyer and Parking Area (Exhibit Hall & Outdoor Vehicle Display)
    10:05 AM  -  11:00 AM
    (CS) - From Investigation to Conviction
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    Attendees will learn about establishing cold case evaluation criteria and using prosecutors to ID, target and help coordinate cold case investigations, as well as how to avoid common pitfalls in investigation/pre-trial and trial and ensure a conviction.
    Speakers:
    10:05 AM  -  11:00 AM
    (C) - Roundtable
    DJT: Ballroom A
    An open forum to review topics and other issues related to your area of expertise.
    10:05 AM  -  11:00 AM
    (EA)(F)(HR) - Understanding Your Benefits Under the FRS Pension Plan
    Main Clubhouse, Upper Level: Majestic Ballroom
    This workshop provides an explanation of benefits under the FRS Pension Plan, as well as, useful information in preparation for retirement from the FRS Pension Plan. Participants will learn: Pension Plan Benefits; how to apply for retirement under the Pension Plan; Health Insurance subsidy and reemployment after you retire.
    Speakers:
    10:05 AM  -  11:00 AM
    (FT) - NAFA / FLAGFA Certification Testing: Asset Management
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Lantana
    This examination is necessary for NAFA certification and demonstration of proficiency of the business management training sessions 1-4.
    Speakers:
    10:05 AM  -  11:00 AM
    (FT) - Roundtable: Use of Electric & Hybrid Vehicles in Fleets (cont)
    DJT: Ballroom C
    Speakers:
    10:05 AM  -  11:00 AM
    (IT) - Realtime Crime Centers - Front and Back Office Operations
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Rose
    The Real-Time Crime Center at Miami Dade Police Department - We will explain our role and purpose, the systems we use, our workflow and requirements and how to overcome obstacles. Participants will understand: how to assist your apartment in building an RTCC; how MDPD overcomes obstacles in technology; how does MDPD decide what enhanced systems to bring into the RTCC; what would MDPD do different if starting over; what resources do MDPD provide for entities inside and outside of law enforcement.
    10:05 AM  -  11:00 AM
    (TDC) - Offsite (cont)
    Miami Dade College North Campus

    Participants are expected to arrive no later than 8:30am.

    Miami Dade College North Campus, School of Justice 
    11380 NW 27th Avenue
    Miami, Fl 33167 
    Download a campus map by clicking here.

    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (CS) - From Investigation to Conviction (cont)
    Main Clubhouse, Lobby Level: Ivanka Ballroom
    Speakers:
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (C) - Roundtable (cont)
    DJT: Ballroom A
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (EA)(F)(HR) - Understanding Your Benefits Under the FRS Pension Plan (cont)
    Main Clubhouse, Upper Level: Majestic Ballroom
    Speakers:
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (FT) - Roundtable Discussion: Fleet Management Planning & Cost Effective Budget Proposals For Budget
    DJT: Ballroom C
    This roundtable discussion focuses on how to prepare budgets and demonstrate the cost benefits of fleet budget proposals and convince decision makers such as agency management, county commissions, etc. about the cost benefits of such requests and approval of budget proposals.
    Speakers:
    11:05 AM  -  12:00 PM
    (IT) - Computer Security
    The Bobby Jones Villa: Rose
    This presentation will touch on basic, intermediate and advanced IT Security technologies, operations, and strategies. Incorporated are some real world challenges and benefits of IT Security within Public Safety. Participants will understand: what security controls exist; what is the proper approach to the protection of systems; what are the struggles to anticipate in the effort to secure the IT infrastructure; what resources are uniquely available to Public Safety.
    Speakers:
    11:05 AM  -  11:30 AM
    (TDC) - Offsite (cont)
    Miami Dade College North Campus

    Participants are expected to arrive no later than 8:30am.

    Miami Dade College North Campus, School of Justice 
    11380 NW 27th Avenue
    Miami, Fl 33167 
    Download a campus map by clicking here.

    12:00 PM  -  12:01 PM
    Conference Adjourned
  • November 8, 2019
  •  
    11:00 AM  -  11:30 AM
    test1
    DJT: Ballroom A
    11:30 AM  -  12:00 PM
    test2
    DJT: Ballroom A
    11:30 AM  -  12:00 PM
    test2b
    DJT: Ballroom B
    12:00 PM  -  12:30 PM
    test3
    DJT: Ballroom A
    12:30 PM  -  1:00 PM
    test4
    DJT: Ballroom A
    1:00 PM  -  1:30 PM
    test5
    DJT: Ballroom A
    1:30 PM  -  2:00 PM
    test6
    DJT: Ballroom A
    2:00 PM  -  2:30 PM
    test7
    DJT: Ballroom A
    2:30 PM  -  3:00 PM
    test8
    DJT: Ballroom A
  • November 12, 2019
  •  
    2:20 PM  -  2:50 PM
    test9
    DJT: Ballroom A
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