POLICE CHIEFS SHARE INNOVATION IN NIGHTTIME PUBLIC SAFETY

NIGHTLIFE DISTRICTS REQUIRE A UNIQUE APPROACH TO POLICING

A new standard is emerging in cities for training, deployment and scheduling of officers to work in these high-risk environments.

ATTEND THIS PANEL TO HEAR LESSONS LEARNED FROM POLICE CHIEFS

from DC, New York City and Edmonton on collaborative alliances and development of best practices to reduce crime and disorder.

PANEL DISCUSSION AND PROPOSED TOPICS

  • Specialized training for nightlife district officers
  • Deployment and scheduling strategies
  • Response preparation to active shooters and violence
  • Cultural awareness training to provide fair and impartial policing
  • Advocacy for support of a dedicated hospitality policing team
  • Collaborative alliances among compliance agencies
  • Security training with nightlife venue management and staff

PHILADELPHIA WELCOME

Richard ross, jR.
Commissioner
Philadelphia Police Department

Commissioner Richard Ross Jr. leads the fourth largest police department in the nation with more than 6,100 sworn and 800 civilian members. He brings 29 years of service, experience and expertise to Philadelphia’s top law enforcement post.

Ross will provide the welcome for this dynamic panel discussion.

DISCUSSION PANEL

LAMAR GREENE
Patrol Chief
DC Metropolitan
Police Department

Richard Myers
Executive Director
Major Cities Chiefs Association

KEVIN BREZINSKI
Deputy Chief
Edmonton Police Services

frank vega
Deputy Chief, Executive Officer, Chief of Departments
New York Police Department

 

 

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