The Institute of Law Enforcement Administration of the Center for American and International Law 23 rd Annual Contemporary Issues Conference , March 25-27 2002 Dallas Marriott Las Colinas Hotel Irving, Texas H omeland s ecurity: Policing in the 9/11 Era T« Survey research of police agency responses to terrorism « Threat assessments for local communities O « Building intelligence capabilities against terrorism P« Civil liberties issues I « FBI and local police cooperation « The future of terrorism C« Resource allocation and re-allocation in light of September 11 S« WTC Aftermath and What Was Learned Homeland Security: Policing in the 9/11 Era This conference will focus on the changed environment for police administrators as they respond to the threat of both domestic and internationally-based terrorism. Highlighted in the conference will be information about what various agencies have done and will be doing to prevent terrorism within their local jurisdictions. Innovative ideas will be presented by representatives of police departments responsible for planning and implementing programs to address security issues that surfaced as a result of the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Presentations will also include police futurists to provide a glimpse of possible scenarios likely to confront law enforcement managers in the coming years. Keynote Speaker spokesman for the agency that lost more officers in a single day than any other police department in the history of the United William Rathburn States. Former head of security for the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta and security consultant to the 2002 Oliver “Buck” Revell, consultant and former Deputy Director of Olympic Committee in Salt Lake City. the Federal Bureau of Investigation having served many top roles in criminal investigation and counter-terrorism in that agency. Presenters Acknowledged expert on terrorism, former Special Agent in Charge of the Dallas Field Office of the FBI and Chair of the Alan Beckley, former Chief Inspector in West Advisory Board of the Institute for Law Enforcement Mercia Constabulary, UK. Author of Policing Administration. and Human Rights; The Human Rights Guide for Police Officers and Support Staff and Earl Tomlinson, owner of Southwest Security and Investigations Operational Policing: Liabilities and and former Central Intelligence Agency executive in the Entitlements. Managed assignments for the Clandestine Service including Chief of Station. Directed many Council of Europe and taught the management of security and intelligence programs as a senior officer and as a disasters and civil emergencies to The Emergency private consultant world-wide. Currently provides crisis manage- Planning Society at the UK Emergency Planning ment services to law firms, corporations and organizations College. throughout the U.S. and abroad. Paul Coggins, formerly the United States Jonathan White, professor, author and acknowledged expert on Attorney for the Northern District in Texas and local government and its response to terrorism. Authored works currently with the Dallas law firm of Fish & include: Terrorism: An Introduction, Holy War: Terrorism as a Richardson. Developed cybercrime investiga- Theological Construct, and Militia Madness: Extremist tions and emphasized the prosecution of Perspectives of Christian Doctrine. Among other writings is an computer crimes while U.S. Attorney and is article written for the University of Sarajevo, “The Law nationally known for his expertise in cyber- terrorism. Widely recognized speaker on civil Enforcement Role in National Defense”: An Analysis of the liberties issues in the wake of the September 11th American Response to Low-Intensity Conflict. attack on the WTC and the Pentagon. Danny Defenbaugh, Special Agent in Charge, Breakout Session Speakers Jimmy Dotson, Chief, Chattanooga, Tennessee Police Dallas Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Department Investigation. Awarded the Attorney General's Ricky Hargrave, Chaplain, McKinney, Texas Police Award for Exceptional Service in the Oklahoma Department City bombing investigation, and served as David James, Chief, Carrollton, Texas Police Department Inspector in Charge of the Oklahoma City Douglas Kowalski, Chief, McKinney, Texas Police Department bombing investigation. and supervised over 150 Alberto Melis, Chief, Waco, Texas Police Department bombing investigations. Traveled to over 25 Edward O’Bara, Chief, Highland Village, Texas Police foreign countries with the FBI in counter- Department terrorism activities and supervised the Gregory Rushin, Chief, Plano, Texas Police Department investigation of three terrorist attacks against Tom Shehan, Chief, DFW Airport Department of Public Safety American installations in Beruit, Lebanon. Barbara Smith, Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department Robert W. Taylor, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of the Department Leonard Mackesy,Deputy Chief, Port Authority of Criminal Justice at the University of North Texas, of New York and New Jersey Police Department. Denton, Texas. Responsible for that agency's rescue and recovery Manuel Vasquez, Director of Public Safety, Dallas Independent effort following the attack on the World Trade School District, Dallas, Texas Center on September 11, 2001. Articulate REGISTRATION FORM 23rd Annual Contemporary Issues Conference March 25-27, 2002 Mail, fax or e-mail to: Telephone: 972.664.3468 Registrar, The Center for American and International Law Fax: 972.699.7172 P.O. Box 830707 M Richardson, Texas 75083-0707 E-mail: ILEA@cailaw.org Tuition: q $149 nonmembers q $99 Institute Members q $99 Institute Alumni Association Please make checks payable to The Center for American and International Law. NAME/RANK _____________________________________________________________________________________ AGENCY/FIRM ADDRESS CITY, STATE, ZIP TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL SOCIAL SECURITY NO: BIRTH DATE: PAYMENT INFORMATION Q Check enclosed payable to The Center for American and International Law Q Please charge: AmEx MasterCard Visa Discover Card Number Exp. Date Name on Card Billing Address (if different from address above) Tuition Hotel $149 nonmembers, $99 members of the Institute for Law The cost of housing is not included in the tuition. Enforcement Administration or members of the Alumni Guest rooms will be available at a rate of $89.00 per Association. This includes all instruction, handouts and a night, plus 15% tax. To assure room availability at concluding luncheon. Lodging and other meals are excluded. the Dallas Marriott Las Colinas, please contact the hotel directly (972.831.0000) at least two weeks Program Hours prior to your arrival date and ask for the special Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, March 25at the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration rate. Dallas Marriott Las Colinas, Irving, Texas. Sessions begin daily at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at 4:30 p.m. except on Wednesday Cancellation when the program concludes with a luncheon at noon. Tuition, less a twenty-five dollar ($25) fee will be refunded upon written cancellation received five Information for Air Travelers working days prior to the program. Cancellations Most interstate flights into the Dallas-Fort Worth area land at received after that date cannot be refunded, although the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, about twenty miles substitutions will be permitted. from the Institute. For the convenience of participants who travel to the conference through D/FW Airport, the Dallas Marriott Las Colinas Hotel is only minutes away at 223 West Las Colinas Boulevard, Irving, Texas, 75039. Built in 2000, this full-service hotel on the shore of Lake Caroline will be the site of all conference events. Program Site The location for this conference is the Dallas Marriott Las Colinas Hotel, 223 West Las Colinas Boulevard, Irving, Texas. 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