2008 LEIM Conference


Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Plenary - Securing Convictions with Digital Evidence (Available to sworn law enforcement upon request)

  • D. Miles Brissette, Assistant Criminal District Attorney, Tarrant County (TX) Criminal District Attorney's Office

ABC's of IT Technology Tutorial

  • Doug Davis, Chief, Waynesboro (VA) Police Department

"Catch Me If You Can": Collection and Use of Digital Evidence in Identity Theft Cases

Enhancing Situational Awareness: The Good, the Bad, and Technology

NPSTC - A Key Partner in Strategic Planning

  • Marilyn Ward, Executive Director, National Public Safety Telecommunications Council
  • Stu Overby, Vice-Chair, Spectrum Management Committee, National Public Safety Telecommunications Council
  • Chief Harlin McEwen (ret.), Chairman, IACP Communications & Technology Committee, International Association of Chiefs of Police

Projects for Dummies - Needs Assessment, Project Management and Midcourse Corrections

Information Sharing: From Paperless Operations to State/Regional/National Connectivity

Smart Surveillance for Public Safety and Homeland Security that Puts Chicago First

  • James Argiropoulos, First Deputy Chicago OEMC, City of Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communications
  • Raymond Cooke, Principal Architect, IBM Global Service

Perpetuating Information Sharing Success: User Reported Successes Guide and Development

Law Enforcement Uses of Automatic License Plate Recognition Technology

Building a Domestic Law Enforcement Rad/Nuc Detection Capability

  • SSA Sean P. Clark, Acting Deputy Assistant Director, Operations Support, FBI, detailed to DHS Domestic Nuclear Detection Office
  • Jeff Radgowski, Deputy Program Manager, DHS Domestic Nuclear Detection Office
  • Mary Pedersen, Chief Information Officer, Kentucky Office of Homeland Security (Available to sworn law enforcement upon request)
  • Steven Streetman, Systems Architect Support Specialist, DHS Domestic Nuclear Detection Office

Law Enforcement and the Internet: Overcoming Challenges and Realizing Opportunities

Dealing with a Crime Scene during a Major Event: How Government and Industry Respond

  • G. Thomas Steele, Chief Information and Technology Officer (DE) Department of Safety and Homeland Security
  • James T. Overton, Chief of Police, Delaware State University

Beyond Video: Two Case Studies for Medium and Large Agencies

  • Ralph L. Godbee, Jr., Assistant Chief, Detroit (MI) Police Department
  • Russell G. DeCrease, Commander, Detroit (MI) Police Department
  • Miles Cowan, Chief Technology Officer, Insight Video
  • Ray Cooke, Chief Architect - Public Safety, IBM Global Technology Services
  • Tony Robillard, Enterprise Solutions Consultant, GTSI
  • James Short, Corporal, Waynesboro (VA) Police Department

Making Business Secure in an Increasingly Digital World: The Global Security Architecture

  • James Dyche, Information Systems Manager, Pennsylvania Justice Network

National DMV Image Sharing Initiatives

  • Brad Truitt, Information Systems Director, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
  • Pete Fagan, Lieutenant, Assistant Division Commander CJIS Division, (VA) State Police and Nlets
  • Bonnie Locke, Director of Program Management, Nlets
  • Nanda Kumar, Information Systems Division, Taxation & Revenue Department, State of New Mexico
  • Cathy Plummer, Project Manager, Nlets

Mobile Data Sharing between Agencies for Interoperability and High Performance

Leveraging Standards for RFP and RFI Development and Using Existing RMS and CAD Systems to Provide Cross Jurisdictional Data

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Friday, May 9, 2008

Federal Partners Engaging State and Local in Technology and Funding Efforts

NIEM: In Action: Roadmap to Successful Standards-based Information Sharing

Transportation and Public Safety: Two Technology Initiatives to Increase your Productivity and Safety

Targeting Gun Crime with Technology: How Law Enforcement Agencies are Utilizing Gunshot Location Technology and ETrace to Reduce Gun Violence

  • Mike Reff, Program Manager, National Tracing Center, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF)
  • Melvin L. Blizzard Jr., Executive Director, Intelligence Fusion Division, Homeland Security Bureau for Washington D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department
  • Gregg Rowland, Senior Vice President, ShotSpotter, Inc.

How to Tame the LIONS – Law Enforcement Inter-Operability Notifications System

  • Steven Noyes, Application Architect, State of Nevada Department of Public Safety, Records & Technology Division
  • Bill Walker, Sergeant, Johnson County (KS) Sheriff's Office
  • Carter Wetherington, Mobile Systems Administrator, Johnson County (KS) Sheriff's Office

Collaboration Is Key: Lessons Learned, Practical Tips

Automated Enforcement: RFP Process, Pitfalls and Selection Criteria

  • Tom Didone, Captain, Montgomery County (MD) Police Department
  • Rick Larson, Senior Solution Sales Specialist, LaserCraft Inc

Leveraging Commercial Networks to Meet Future Needs of Public Safety

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National Institute of Justice In Process Review
Tuesday, May 6, 2008

The National Institute of Justice's Science and Technology Program and Homeland Security

Information Quality Research

Tactical Identification System (TACIDS)

ARJIS Officer Notification and Smart Alerting System (ONASAS)

  • Katie Mugg, Grant Manager, ARJIS
  • Dale Stockton, Project Manager, ARJIS

NLETS Live Operational Geospatial Information Capability (LOGIC)

Orangetown (NY) Multiband Radio Pilot

Evaluating IEEE 802.16 Broadband Wireless as a Communications Infrastructure for Public Safety Activities

Project 54 Introduction & 2008 Update

Communications Technology: TrakPoint

NIJ FY07 Communications Technology 3D Locator System for Law Enforcement

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