5TH ANNUAL NORTH AMERICAN ACTIVE ASSAILANT CONFERENCE:
Lessons Learned By Lead Law Enforcement and Fire Service Agencies
May 28-29, 2020 / Woodside Bible Church - Troy Campus / 6600 Rochester Road / Troy, Michigan, United States
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The North American Active Assailant Conference (NAAAC) is intended for law enforcement, fire department, ambulance service, corporate security, hospital, and emergency management personnel and will provide firsthand collaborative debriefs of some of the largest active assailant incidents in recent history from representatives of the lead law enforcement and fire service agencies involved. Presentations will also include information on what administrative and operational changes have been made in the aftermath of those tragedies. NOTE: The agenda will be announced by March 2020, and will include most, if not all, of the major incidents that have occurred within the past two years.
This educational seminar includes an expansive and concurrent vendor/sponsor exhibition enabling your attendee to conduct equipment and training research from some the industry’s leading manufacturers and service providers.
This event is being submitted to the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards, Bureau of Fire Services, and State 911 Committee for use of approved funds as well as the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services for 16 hours of approved Emergency Medical Services continuing education.
Please know this venue is extraordinary, attendance will be limited to 2,000 and all participants will need to pre-register. Given the sensitive nature of the information being shared, attendance will be restricted to the aforementioned personnel, on-site registration will not be permitted, and credentials issued at check-in must be displayed at all times.
Conference organizers are also thrilled to report what we hope will be a long-standing collaboration with the prestigious National Patrol Rifle Competition (NPRC). Specifically, NAAAC pre-conferences will be offered on Wednesday (April 24th), the general conference over the following two days, and the 20th Annual NPRC on Saturday (April 27th).
Attendees may opt to attend pre-conferences, the general conference, and/or the NPRC but the competition will involve a separate registration process and fee.
For additional information, please contact Farmington Hills Fire Department Emergency Medical Services Coordinator Jim Etzin at firstname.lastname@example.org or (248) 871-2807.