Welcome to the Oregon CJIS Users Workshop, your foremost resource for providing the tools and education for the perpetual re-visioning necessary to keep you on the leading-edge of safety and excellence. The need for all criminal justice practitioners (both sworn and non-sworn) to meet, collaborate, network, and learn together cannot be overstated. With presenters from multiple local, state, and federal agencies, including the FBI, and other critical organizations, this three-day workshop provides timely information on current issues, trends, and technology.
Main Workshop Track
Experts from various agencies and organizations will deliver information on diverse topics critical to increasing the efficient and legal investigative use of various information systems, and thus ultimately the safety and security of citizens. The diversity of the presenters and topics is intended to foster a unique educational experience encouraging attendees to expand their thought process, and thus, their cadre of professional and leadership skills. Throughout the three days of this workshop you will receive information on current laws, policies, and resources as well as succinct, yet consistent, messages of positive attitudes, ideas, and leadership qualities.
The workshop is open to all criminal justice practitioners at all operational levels, i.e. patrol, dispatch, records, support, etc. Anyone whose agency is responsible for discharging a criminal justice function will benefit from participation. Any active or retired members of the public safety/criminal justice professions are also welcome.
IT Security Summit Track
Recognizing the importance for IT professionals to have access to timely and relevant information and best practices, the CJIS Workshop offers an Information Technology (IT) track which runs concurrent with many of the sessions of the main workshop. Subject matter experts deliver current information and provide technological tools and resources in each of these sessions.
This summit provides a unique opportunity for IT professionals from across the state to learn from, and network with, each other as well as with other key individuals.
This summit is designed exclusively for IT professionals directly responsible for the administration and implementation of CJIS security policy mandates; IT administrators and supervisors with finite agency and operational oversight will also benefit from participation.
Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (LEOKA) Presentation
On the last day of this event from 1300-1800 the FBI will be conducting and officer safety course based upon LEOKA.
This five-hour program provides information on the history and policy relating to the LEOKA (Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted) Program. Also provided are in-depth analyses of three studies which were concluded in 1992 and 1997, which resulted in the publications, "Killed in the Line of Duty" and "In the Line of Fire." The objectives of these studies were to identify elements in certain situations which led to the ultimate felonious deaths and serious injuries of police officers. Demographic and behavior descriptors for the victim officers and the offenders were developed and will be presented. The findings and resulting safety training issues will also be presented.
The emphasis of the presentation will be focused on the final companion study which was concluded in 2006 and resulted in a publication entitled "Violent Encounters." This study examines 40 incidents where police officers survived life threatening attacks. Demographic and behavioral descriptors for the victim officers and the offenders were developed and will be presented. The findings and resulting training issues will be presented.
This workshop provides a one-of-a-kind environment for expanding your knowledge, skills, and business best practices while simultaneously building and expanding your professional network by strategically utilizing the breaks, meal times, and evening hours to visit with like-minded colleagues.
Collaborative partnerships are essential to the success of our organizations’; please take a moment to express your gratitude to each of our partners (sponsors) who make this event possible. Most of the sponsors will also be in attendance throughout the workshop.
We look forward to seeing you in September!
DEVELOPMENT TEST EVENT
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 15:00 - Friday, March 30, 2018 18:00
Sunday 10/18/15 1500 - 1800
Get Acquainted Reception
Sunday 10/18/15 1900 - 2130
Workshop Begins Monday 10/19/15 0800
Seaside Convention Center
415 First Avenue, Seaside, Oregon 97138 USA
2015 Oregon CJIS Users Workshop and Security Summit Registration
Attendee Fee $225.00 **
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE MAIN WORKSHOP
This workshop is open to all criminal justice practitioners at all operational levels, i.e. patrol, dispatch, records, corrections, support, etc. Anyone whose agency is responsible for discharging a criminal justice function will benefit from the information presented.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE CJIS SECURITY SUMMIT
This CJIS Security Summit portions of the workshop is designed exclusively for IT professionals directly accountable for the administration and implementation of security policy mandates; as well as for as administrators and supervisors with finite agency and operational oversight responsibilities. This summit provides a unique opportunity for IT professionals from across the state to learn from, and network with, each other as well as with other key individuals.
** The reduced $225 registration fee only applies to registrants utilizing workshop-arranged lodging and individuals not requiring lodging who are commuting daily. The registration fee for all others is $300.
Seaside Convention Center415 First AvenueSeaside, Oregon 97138USA503-738-8585
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