ABOUT THIS EVENT
This special educational training event is for all first responders (law enforcement, corrections personnel, firefighters, EMS, 911 dispatchers) and allied emergency responders. Public safety officials experience a wide-range of health and mental health consequences as a result of work-related exposures to natural or man-made disasters.
Safeguarding the mental health of our public safety officials is a vital part of preserving national security and the continuity of critical national functions.
Attendees will walk away with several educational resources, tips and strategies that they can apply in their agency.
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Early Bird Registration: December 12 - January 31
*Price includes a one-year Associate-Level Membership
The IPSA brings together the entire public safety community. Our attendees will include law enforcement, fire, EMS and public safety decision-makers.
We will set the stage for you by providing impressive and high-quality content to inspire conversations.
We promise to actively promote your company from the time you register through the end of the event. In other words, the earlier you register, the more value you get!
Space is very limited.
CALL FOR PRESENTERS
We are seeking presenters from law enforcement, fire service, EMS, Emergency Management, 911 telecommunications, emergency room/hospital personnel, as well as federal, state, local and tribal government. Presentations from the private sector will be considered with priority consideration from our members, event sponsors and exhibitors.
The call for presentations will be open through January 31, 2019. If you are interested in presenting at our event, please submit your presentation concept for consideration.
Examples of topics include:
The IPSA will waive the registration fee for all selected presenters. Travel related expenses are not subsidized.
City Of Mesa Public Safety Training Facility