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2010 Hotel Discount Code Federal document sample
2010 Hotel Discount Code Federal document sample
The California Gang Investigators Association, The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and The Federal Bureau of Investigation Present the Nineteenth Annual Gang Violence Conference Located at the Hilton Anaheim Hotel, Anaheim, California June 29 - July 2, 2010 Conference Information New Multi-Discipline Conference Format In the interest of providing the very best multi-discipline gang training, the CGIA, the ATF, the FBI, and the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department have joined together in this cooperative effort to bring this training to a national forum. This year’s conference will provide a training setting for a national perspective to a full service management of street gangs and their criminal activity. This training will explore approaches in enforcement, intervention, and prevention. All training for attending personnel, no matter the discipline, will be the most current and relevant available in the na- tion. Multi-Track Program Executive Community Programs Law Enforcement Track Track Track Designed for National Law Designed for Directors of The traditional CGIA law en- Enforcement Executives. community-based programs. forcement gang training will Programming will be Educators who offer preven- continue to be offered as a designed to address gang- tion and intervention pro- separate and distinctive related issues at the execu- grams are also invited to track. This training is tive level. Elected officials these sessions. designed for law enforcement from local, state, and federal personnel, corrections, government seeking informa- parole, probation, tion of gang programming prosecutors and other are also included. criminal justice agencies. Attendance will be STRICTLY LIMITED TO LAW ENFORCEMENT PROFESSIONALS. NOTE: There will be an optional Basic Gang Understanding class offered on the early registration day, Monday, June 28, 2010 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The class is included in the registration fee and the hours will be included in the overall POST training points needed by law enforcement personnel. All attending disciplines are invited to attend this class. Hotel Reservations Conference attendees can make their hotel reservations with Hilton Anaheim Hotel at 800 445-8667 or 714 750-4321, Extension 3200, Group Reservations. Please refer to the National Gang Conference (reference code: CGIA) to obtain the Conference rate of $139 plus 15% tax for a single or double occupancy. The room rate is available until the Cut-Off- Date, June 21, 2010. Hotel rooms may be available after the cut-off date; however, the attendees will be charged the prevailing rate. The Hilton Anaheim Hotel requires a deposit by check, money order, or accepted credit card for the first night to reserve and guarantee accommodation. Reserve Early! Only 850 guaranteed rooms are available. Cancellations must be made at least 4 days prior to arrival date for refund of deposit. Check-in time is 3:00 PM; Check-out is 11:00 AM. Super Shuttle provides shuttle service to and from Orange County Airport. The cost is $10.00 shared each way. The hotel does not have shuttle service. Parking Parking fees: Hotel Guests: $14.00 a day. Daily commuters: $9.00 per day. Regular hotel parking: $20.00 per day. Car Rental ENTERPRISE is providing discounted group rates to conference attendees. Discounted rates are available for car rentals one week before, through one week after, the conference. Call Anaheim ENTERPRISE at 714-991-7195 or for Orange County Airport call 949-851-7701. For car rental pick-up at LAX call 310-649-5400. Reserve early and receive the best discounted rates (refer to discount code 32h7318). What to Wear Casual attire is recommended. Meeting room temperatures and personal comfort ranges vary. Meeting rooms can be chilly; bring a sweater or light jacket. The average temperature in June is 79º F in Anaheim, California. Register online: www.cgiaonine.org California Gang Investigators Association Nineteenth Annual National Gang Violence Conference PMB #331 POSTAGE 5942 Edinger Avenue, Ste. #113 Huntington Beach, CA 92649 CALIFORNIA GANG INVESTIGATORS ASSOCIATION, BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES, LOS ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT AND FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION NINETEENTH ANNUAL NATIONAL GANG CONFERENCE JUNE 29 - JULY 2, 2010 HILTON ANAHEIM HOTEL 777 CONVENTION WAY ANAHEIM, CA 92802 DATES TO REMEMBER: HOTEL RESERVATION DEADLINE: JUNE 21, 2010 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION DEADLINE: JUNE 21, 2010 PRE-CONFERENCE OPTIONAL CLASS JUNE 28, 2010 CONFERENCE BEGINS: JUNE 29, 2010 Online Registration Check the CGIA website (www.cgiaonline.org) for online conference registration information. Group Rate Available CGIA is offering a group conference registration rate. Group rates are available for departmental units that register 10 or more personnel per individual unit. To request further information on the group rate, contact the CGIA Hotline at 888-229-2442 or any CGIA conference registration staff listed on the registration form. Single Day Registration Fee Tuesday-Thursday $125, includes conference materials, handouts and luncheon. Friday rate is $100. Badges and Admittance Conference identification badges MUST be worn for admittance to any conference sessions or hospitality events. Registration Information Conference registration fee is $265 per person for members and $295 for nonmembers. This includes annual CGIA mem- bership fee for law enforcement professionals, conference materials, handouts and a certificate of completion. CGIA ac- cepts payments in US funds by check, money order, agency purchase order, or credit card: Visa, MasterCard, Ameri- can Express or Discover. Checks and purchase orders are to be made payable to CGIA. Registrations received after June 21, 2010, will be assessed a $25 late fee without prior approval of CGIA. Agency bill- ing can be adjusted to meet fiscal year budget requirements. For billing questions, contact Angie Serratt at 714-457- 6554. Walk-ins are discouraged and cannot be guaranteed admission or conference materials. Only the first 1,800 regis- trants are guaranteed admission. Attorney Credit Attention Attorneys / Prosecutors: You can earn up to 28 hours of MCLE credit, Mandatory Continuing Legal Education. For addi- tional information, contact Deputy Los Angeles City Attorney Peter Shutan, CGIA Vice President of Legal Affairs at 213-978-4659 or email: email@example.com. POST Credit Qualified law enforcement conference attendees will receive POST and / or college credit after completing the training. POST numbers are obtainable from your agency training unit. The training is not POST reimbursable, however. Cancellation and Refund Policies Upon written or telephonic request to CGIA, registration fees are fully refundable for cancellations received by June 21, 2010. Registrants who cancel after this date will be assessed a $50 cancellation fee. Substitutions may be made by written or telephonic request to CGIA. Conference Registrant Check-in Conference check-in will be held at the Hilton Anaheim Hotel ballroom reservation desk area located on the second floor in front of the escalators, Monday, June 28, 2010, from 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM and Tuesday, June 29, 2010, from 6:00 AM to 8:30 AM. A valid form of government/agency photo identification MUST be presented to claim registra- tion materials. Vendors An array of vendors’ booths will be available each day of the conference. There will be a major assortment of law en- forcement-related items on display. No Smoking Policy The Hilton Hotel is a non-smoking facility.
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