Law Enforcement Summit
The Attorney General's Office hosts a Law Enforcement Summit each year to recognize the efforts of the State's law enforcement community and provide training to police, prosecutors and criminal justice personnel.
The 2014 Law Enforcement Summit will be held on November 13th at the Clear Channel Metroplex, located at 10800 Colonel Glenn Road in Little Rock.
Participants will hear presentations from dynamic speakers within the law enforcement community. The event will qualify for continuing education credit with the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy and the Arkansas Bar Association.
|2014 Law Enforcement Summit Agenda|
|7:30 a.m.||Registration/Vendor area opens|
General McDaniel Welcome and Introduction
Lessons from Sandy Hook Elementary: Lt. Dave Delvecchia, Connecticut State Police
Using Social Media in Emergency Management: Steve Gahagans, University of Arkansas Police Director
|11:45-12:00 p.m.||Break/pick-up lunches|
Attorney General Recognizes 2014 Outstandnig Law Enforcement Officer of the Year
Recognition/Valor Tributes to the Families of Fallen Officers
The Art of Perception: Teaching Cops to See: Amy E. Herman
Using Social Media as an Investigative Tool: Captain Daniel W. Gerard, Cincinnati Police Department
A highlight of the annual event is the Attorney General’s recognition of outstanding law enforcement officers and the presentation of the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year award. Here are details about the 2013 honorees: http://arkansasag.gov/news-and-consumer-alerts/details/2013-outstanding-law-enforcement-officers.
To nominate an outstanding law enforcement officer, fill out the Outstanding Law Enforcement Officers of the Year Award nomination form. Nominations are due no later than Tuesday, September 23rd.
For more information, call the Attorney General’s Community Relations Department at (800) 448-3014 or (501) 682-1020:
Office of Attorney General Dustin McDaniel
ATTN: Community Relations Division
323 Center Street, Suite 200
Little Rock, AR 72201
Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training
Phone: (870) 574-1810
Criminal Justice Institute, University of Arkansas System
Phone: (501) 570-8052