Three Benefits of Attending the 2019 IACP Technology Conference

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During March 2014, Phil Pulaski retired as Chief of Detectives of the NYC Police Department (NYPD) with more than 33 years of law enforcement experience including 22 years of executive experience managing patrol, investigative, counterterrorism, community affairs, quality of life and other public safety operations. In the immediate aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Phil Pulaski managed the NYPD’s counterterrorism and weapons of mass destruction operations. He also supervised, together with his FBI counterpart, numerous terrorism related investigations including the 9-11 World Trade Center attack and October 2001 anthrax attacks. During Phil Pulaski’s tenure, the Joint Terrorist Task Force and Intelligence Division prevented several serious terrorist attacks from occurring in NYC. Among his professional activities, Phil Pulaski is an active member of multiple law enforcement organizations, including the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).

A nonprofit organization founded in 1893, the IACP is committed to supporting police leaders around the globe, and, in 2019, it will host the IACP Annual Conference and Exposition in Chicago, Illinois, from October 26 to October 29. The conference welcomes qualified non-members, members, and exhibitors. Reasons to consider registering for the 2019 IACP Annual Conference and Exposition include:
1. Networking. While some conferences bring together thousands of individuals committed to law enforcement, the IACP Annual Conference and Exposition is specifically designed to meet the networking needs of police leaders. Approximately 15,000 attendees are expected in 2019.
2. Continuing education. The 2019 conference will feature more than 200 educational workshops to help police leaders address their most pressing challenges, from leadership challenges to officer recruitment and retention.
3. Technology-based solutions. In the Exposition Hall, providers of law enforcement solutions will demonstrate and answer questions related to the latest and emerging technologies.

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