TUESDAY, August 20, 2019

GENERAL SESSION
8:00 am – 10:00 am
A New Lens for Leadership

Josh Mantz – Asymmetric Mind

Actions and outcomes of the past several years have disrupted the way policing has typically viewed itself.  Under a new public lens of scrutiny and second guessing, law enforcement has found itself playing defense and enacting radical change in order to be responsive to its critics.  Some outcomes have left both new and career professionals feeling “morally wounded”.  This session is a must for agency leadership who must guide their employees through this challenge and create a resilient organization , while facilitating a safe and secure environment for employees.

CONCURRENT BREAKOUTS
10:15 pm – 11:45 pm

Session #1
Officer, Your Vehicle’s About to Get Hacked
James Baker – California Cybersecurity Institute

Departments spend a great deal of time, money, and resources protecting their physical infrastructures from cyber breaches but neglect the vehicles their teams use in the field.  This hands-on immersive training program teaches participants to discover where security vulnerabilities may exist through a Learn by Doing experience.

Session #2
Leadership Begins at All Levels (Part A)
Rob Patton – Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department

Leadership is not a position or a title, it is action and example.  Using effective leadership traits at any level of responsibility will both maximize your potential, but more importantly transform your department and your community.  Leaders set out to make a difference.  It’s not about the role, it’s about the goal.

Session #3
Slavery in 2019
Danielle Borrelli – California Cybersecurity Institute

In this ever-changing world, mobile forensics have had a key impact on human trafficking cases as well as how law enforcement, prosecutors and decision-makers fight modern-day slavery.  Learn why mobile forensics concepts drastically change the way evidence is collected and retrieved.  In addition, attendees will review evidence resembling current cases under prosecution.

Session #4
The Buck Stops Here
Mitch Javidi – National Command and Staff College

The 4 Pillars of Accountability are: Responsibility, Answerability, Trustworthiness, and Liability. By practicing a culture of accountability, agency leadership actually improves community credibility and relationships, increases safety for their personnel, and ultimately reduces officer risks and liabilities. Learn methods to incorporate best practices into your agency and people.

GENERAL SESSION
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Policing in a New Era:  Trends that Define the Future

David Black – Cordico

Actions and outcomes of the past several years have disrupted the way policing has typically viewed itself.  Under a new public lens of scrutiny and second guessing, law enforcement has found itself playing defense and enacting radical change in order to be responsive to its critics.  Some outcomes have left both new and career professionals feeling “morally wounded”.  This session is a must for agency leadership who must guide their employees through this challenge and create a resilient organization , while facilitating a safe and secure environment for employees.

CONCURRENT BREAKOUTS
3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session #5
Access Granted
Marty Minnich – California Cybersecurity Institute

It is no longer a question IF a cyber-attack will happen on an organization, but WHEN.  As the level of sophistication and devastation increase from cyber-criminals, the training for our agencies MUST stay ahead of what cyber-attacks are looming over the horizon.

Session #6
The Greatest Wealth is Health
Felicia Gomez – Pinnacle Training Systems

Health is a state of body.  Wellness is a state of being.  Not only do today’s employees place a high premium on wellness, but a healthy employee is a happy employee.  This session will address how an agency can incorporate assessments on injury rates and disease risks to prevent officer risk, predict injuries, and change it all through behavior modification.

Session #7
Leadership Begins at All Levels (Part B)
Rob Patton – Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department

Leadership is not a position or a title, it is action and example.  Using effective leadership traits at any level of responsibility will both maximize your potential, but more importantly transform your department and your community.  Leaders set out to make a difference.  It’s not about the role, it’s about the goal.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 2019

CONCURRENT BREAKOUTS
8:00 am – 11:00 am

Session #8
What YOU Do Matters
Sheila Polk – Yavapai County

This session will examine policing within the legal and political framework of Nazi Germany — a journey that eventually turned those who should protect life and liberty into those who intimidated, humiliated, deported, and eventually murdered millions of innocent people. Using historical images and stories from the Holocaust, the course utilizes trained facilitators to engage students in a dialogue about the role of law enforcement in today’s communities and the importance of core values in ensuring the integrity and vibrancy of democracy.

Session #9
Advance your Public Safety Partnerships

John Day – Facebook

Public safety  can no longer practice in a silo.  Departments that cultivate a more networked approach to public safety, utilizing private sector best business practices and perspectives, can Improve its ability to plan and respond better to complex threats.  This interactive presentation will encourage open discussion on the intersection of corporate and public partnerships.

Session #10
NextGen Investigations

Kyle Hoertsch – Vigilant Solutions
Paige Burley  – Vigilant Solutions

License plate recognition (LPR) is a useful tool for the investigator but are now becoming useful to officers on patrol.  Learn how and why this effective tool will be THE tool of the future.  Students will then can use the technology and database.  You may bring a current case you are working on or use on the adjudicated cases provided  with both databases.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 2019

GENERAL SESSION
8:00 am – 10:00 am

The Community-Law Enforcement Divide: Bridging the Gap​
Christian Conte – Yield Theory, & Tackling Life with Ray Lewis & Dr. Conte

It’s no secret that different people with different beliefs would experience a sense of division when they interact. Even amongst families there are varying values, ideas and beliefs, and when you add in the sheer number of families in a given community, along with different groups within that community, as well as various communities within a given area, those divides rise exponentially. None of that is a secret.

The secret is how to bridge those gaps. Bringing his unique energy, passion and dynamic presentation style, Dr. Conte will share his simple-to-understand, pragmatic and transformative Yield Theory. Attendees will walk away motivated, inspired, and with hands-on techniques that they can immediately apply. Although divides among people will always exist, the method for bridging those gaps and enhancing peace in among communities is a keynote presentation away.

GENERAL SESSION
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Glass Half-Full
Jim Glennon – Calibre Press

As we conclude Advance 2019, what have we learned?  Policing will live on, but how will it adapt?  How do we keep officers safe, leadership positive, and policing proactive?  Join your colleagues for a final candid conversation on these topics so that you can all leave this conference with a renewed purpose and sense of comradeship.  You owe it to yourselves, your departments, and your communities.

“”The future belongs to those who give the next generation reason to hope””- Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.”