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Webinar Week: August 14 - 18, 2017

The International Public Safety Association believes in providing mission critical, educational and affordable training opportunities to the public safety community throughout the year. 

We just hosted our first Webinar Week - August 14-18, 2017,  and it was a tremendous success! We trained over 1,700 public safety professionals on topics ranging from Active Shooter to Cybersecurity. 

All presentations were recorded, are posted below and will be available until August 31. 

After you view a Webinar - we encourage you to sign up for a new Membership or as an Official IPSA Supporter because it's the support we get from the public safety community that allows us to provide this type of training.

APRIL 23-27, 2018

Call for presentations & sponsors coming soon. 

Critical Role of 911 on a Hostage Negotiation Team

Available until August 31.
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Mindy Secrest is with Arlington County (Virginia) Police Department. She has over 15 years of experience in police and fire dispatch, experience as a CTO, assistant supervisor, volunteer fire/rescue, has worked with members of the ACPD Negotiation team and is co-lead of the ACPDs Dispatch Peer Support / CISM team. Ms. Secrest is passionate about teaching and adding every possible skill and tool to ensure dispatchers are supporting field units in a comprehensive manner.

Critical Incident/Active Shooter Awareness

Available until August 31.
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Lieutenant Brian Ruck has served with a major metropolitan police department in the National Capital Region or eighteen years. This includes fourteen years of experience as a SWAT operator, firearms instructor, and tactics trainer. Lieutenant Ruck has been the lead trainer for the department’s active shooter programs since 2005 to include the nationally recognized Paramilitary Attack Counter Offensive Plan (PACOP) model. Brian also owns a public safety consulting company specializing in preparing civilians to survive critical incidents. 

Why first responders need post incident debriefings

Availble through August 31.
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Ms. Amy Morgan is the Director of Academy Hour, a provider of mental health and leadership training. She is pursuing a Doctorate of Education degree, has earned a Master's degree in Counseling and holds a Bachelor's of Science in Behavioral Sciences. She is a certified ASIST and QPR trainer of suicide intervention courses and is trained as an Oklahoma Supreme Court civil mediator.

FAA Considerations for Getting Operational with UAS in Public Safety

Available until August 31.
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The presenters include Charles Werner, Chair of IPSA’s UAS Committee and FAArepresentatives John Meehan, Dave Bear and Steven Pansky.

How a cyberattack can bring down your department & how to identify, respond, recover

Available until August 31.
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M.K. Palmore, CISSP, is a Senior Federal Law Enforcement Executive with the FBI. His skilled competencies and areas of excellence include Cybersecurity, Enterprise Risk Management, Governance & Compliance, Information Security Program Development, Digital Forensics, InfoSec Incident Response & Management, Physical Security, Executive-Protection, Crisis Response & Management, Business Continuity and Disaster Response Planning.

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