SIA Education and Public-Private Partnership Panel Featured at ISC West

There are a lot of reasons to attend ISC West in Las Vegas. Catching up on the newest security technologies, educational sessions and networking are but three benefits of attending.

Another area that SIAC believes is worthwhile are the training sessions offered by the Security Industry Association (SIA). If you are looking to catch up on updated training, a lot can be accomplished at ISC West.

SIA’s educational programs include over 75 sessions. The programs offer:

• Sessions which qualify for credit through ASIS, ALOA, NICET and more.
• 3 full days of intensive education labeled by level, so you’re sure to find what you need.
• More sessions and new tracks.

Developing Successful Public – Private Partnerships – Special Panel at ISC West

Every day, law enforcement is tasked to do more with less. Recently, public-private partnerships have shown great success in extending the reach of law enforcement, leveraging the private sector in developing crime prevention and problem solving initiatives.

SIAC has been a leader, working with the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s (IACP), State Association of Chiefs of Police (SACOP), and leadership in several states to establish Alarm Management Committees.

Join us at ISC West for a practical discussion, led by SIAC, on public-private partnerships and hear directly from panelists who have had success in this arena. Panelists include:

Moderator: Glen Mowrey, Deputy Chief (Retired), Charlotte-Mecklenburg (NC) Police Department; National Law Enforcement Liaison, Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC)

-Stacey Cotton, Chief of Police, Covington Geoorgia Police Department, Past President Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police

-Doug Bassett, Senior Director, Xfinity Home Security at Comcast

-Bob Neely, Executive Director, Alarm Association of Florida

-Briane Grey, Director of Corporate Security, City National Bank; Chair, ASIS Law Enforcement Liaison Council

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