ABOUT THIS EVENT
This special educational training event is for all first responders (law enforcement, corrections personnel, firefighters, EMS, 911 dispatchers), allied emergency responders, government officials and communities of practice.Natural and man-made disasters will always be a part of our world. These events are unavoidable. Public safety officials are taxed with additional responsibility when disaster strikes, and they perform duties beyond their standard scope of practice.
There are best practices, lessons learned and resources that exist to aid short-term and long-term disaster recovery. This educational training symposium is will shed light on available resources and ideas to consider as new strategies for rebuilding your communities after disaster and even your own teams.
Attendees will walk away with several educational resources, tips and ideas that they can apply in their agency.
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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
The September 2019 International Public Safety Association Symposium will be Wednesday, September 18 and Thursday, September 19 at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center, located on NOVA's Alexandria Campus in Alexandria, Virginia (DC metro). The theme of our event will be centered on natural and man-made disaster recovery.
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 event sponsors and exhibitors.
Examples of topics include:
If you are interested in presenting at our event, please submit your presentation concept for consideration. The call for presentations will be open through February 28, 2019.
The IPSA will waive the registration fee for all selected presenters. Travel related expenses are not subsidized.
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Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center
TRAVELDCA is the closest airport to the venue. IAD is in proximity, but a little further.
Uber or Lyft are the best options when travelling to/from the venue. The DC area is a highly populated area so the wait time for a driver is minimal.