Michael Webber, Former Dean of USF SOM
Lieutenant Dennis Schardt (ret.) and Chief Jennifer Tejada
Sergeant Evan Evans, Lieutenant Con Johnson, and Chief Dan Lawson
Dr. Tony Ribera, Director of USF International Institute of Criminal Justice Leadership
Commander Richard Corriea and Chief Greg Suhr
Chief David Spiller, Chief Steve Cercone (ret.), and Chief Chris Boyd
Judge Scott Gordon, Los Angeles Superior Court
Ms. Anne-Marie Devine, Ms. Jonell Strain, and Dr. Tony Ribera
In order to fulfill the Institute’s broader mission of facilitating training and research for leaders in the various disciplines of the criminal justice system, we co-host an annual symposium with the San Francisco Police Department focusing on ethical leadership strategies.
This January 12 and 13, 2015, we are hosting our twentieth annual Law Enforcement Leadership Symposium at USF’s main campus. The theme of this year’s event is “Leading Change: Law Enforcement Technology.” We will focus on three areas: The Best Apps for Our Officers; The Community Connector; and Data Driven Strategic Management. We are currently in the process of getting some outstanding experts in the field to present at this event. As the former chief of the San Francisco Police Department and the current Institute Director, I want to extend this invitation to you and your management team. The symposium is certified by the University, and by POST for 16 hours of Continuing Professional Training (CPT), non-reimbursable.
The symposium will be held in the McLaren Conference Center. Free parking is provided. The registration fee is $395 per registrant. This includes two continental breakfasts, a luncheon, and a dinner banquet at the prestigious Marines Memorial Hotel in downtown San Francisco. The hotel has also set aside rooms for our participants at a reduced rate. Please have your training managers call me at (415) 422-2884, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are committed to making your participation beneficial and enjoyable.
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