Register now for the NECUSA Annual Conference in Gettysburg, PA!!
June 23—June 27, 2013
WHO WE ARE:
NECUSA’S Annual Conference and Vendors’ Exposition provides its members with solid information regarding trends, patterns, and new developments within the campus law enforcement and security field that ensures its members remain prepared, capable, and ready in the face of an ever changing world. The Annual Conference is comprised of a variety of workshops and sessions designed to educate and inform the current and future leaders that comprise NECUSA’S Professional Association. Additionally, the Annual Conference includes special and unique events, opportunities for networking and information sharing, and a first-class Awards and Recognition Banquet. NECUSA is a professional organization that prides itself on personal service and a family type atmosphere.
The 2013 Annual NECUSA conference will be hosted by Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. This will not only be NECUSA’s 60th anniversary, but it will also be the 150th anniversary of the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg. Gettysburg College is proud to be the host of NECUSA on their prestigious 60th anniversary. Gettysburg is also excited to share the many attractions, sights, and sounds of its beautiful campus and town during its anniversary of the battle and recognition of the sacrifices of the many men and women who died on its hallowed ground in defense of our union.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Our programs will provide timely information to benefit both law enforcement, public safety, or security command staff as well as supervisors and line officers. Risk management, threat assessment, compliance issues and case studies will be discussed in detail by world class experts.
|Sunday, June 23, 2013|
|2:00PM – 6:00PM||Registration|
|6:00PM – 9:00PM||NECUSA Welcome Reception - "heavy" hors d'oeuvres, cash bar|
|Monday, June 24, 2013|
|8:00AM – 10:0AM||Buffet breakfast and opening ceremony|
|10:00AM – 11:30AM||NECUSA Business Meeting|
|11:30AM – 12:00PM||Vendor Introductions|
|12:00PM – 1:00PM||Past President’s Luncheon (Buffet Luncheon)|
|1:00PM – 2:30PM||
Educational Session #1-The Bomb Threat Challenge on Campus
|2:30PM – 3:00PM||Vendor Break|
|3:00PM – 4:30PM||
Educational Session #2- Resources and Partnerships for Campus Law Enforcement
|6:00PM – 8:00PM||Vendor’s Reception - "heavy" hors d'oeuvres, cash bar|
|Tuesday, June 25, 2013|
|8:00AM - 9:00AM||Buffet Breakfast|
|9:00AM – 11:00AM||Guest Activity at the Outlets (Shuttle Bus and Two Sprinter Vans)|
|9:00AM – 10:30AM||Educational Session #3 –Campus Fire & Life Safety
Presented by Patrick Timothy O’Dowd, US Fire Administration
|10:30AM – 11:00AM||Vendor Break|
|11:00AM – 12:00PM||Cracker Barrel|
|12:00PM – 6:00PM||Free Afternoon|
|1:00PM – 3:00PM||Guided Battlefield and Visitors Center Tours from Hotel|
|5:00PM – 6:00PM||Tour of Gettysburg College Campus|
|6:00PM – 11:00PM||
Blue and Gray Skirmish at the “Attic Nightclub” on the campus of Gettysburg College –
|Wednesday, June 26, 2013|
|7:00AM - 8:00AM||Continental Breakfast|
|8:00AM – 9:45AM||Educational Session #4 – Clery Center for Security on Campus – Clery Update
Presented by Alison Kiss, Executive Director of the Clery Center
|10:00AM – 12:00PM||Educational Session #5 – Overview of Title IX Compliance and Lessons Learned
Presented by Dolores Stafford of D. Stafford & Associates
|12:00PM – 1:00PM||Buffet Lunch|
|1:00PM – 2:30PM||Educational Session #6 — Intruders on Campus – Preparedness Education Training
Presented by: Cindy Burger, Director of Safety and Dispatch Services, Messiah College
Amanda Coffey, Vice-President of Human Resources & Compliance, Messiah College
|2:30PM – 3:00PM||Break|
|3:00PM – 4:30PM||
Educational Session #7— VIP and Dignitary Security/Collaborating with US Secret Service
|6:00PM – 7:00PM||Cocktail Hour (Vendors Invited)|
|7:00PM – 9:00PM||60th Annual NECUSA Awards Banquet – Awards and Installation of Officers|
Conference Presenter Bio’s:
“The Bomb Threat Challenge on Campus”
Presented by Special Agent Jerry M. Kleber
FBI Special Agent Jerry M. Kleber is currently serving as a Special Agent Bomb Technician (SABT) for the Federal Bureau of Investigations Philadelphia Division. He has served with the FBI since January 2005 and has worked Domestic Terrorist (DT) matters focusing on White Supremacy, Counter Intelligence (CI) focusing on Asia and the Middle East, and Violent Crimes with the Safe Streets Task Force. SABT Kleber is embedded with the Philadelphia Bomb Disposal Unit and is responsible for coordinating and partnering with the Bomb Disposal Units in the Philadelphia territory.
“Resources and Partnerships for Campus Law Enforcement”
Presented by FBI Special Agent Joseph F. Metzinger
FBI Special Agent Joseph F. Metzinger has been an Agent for 17 years. His first office of assignment was the New York Field Office from 1996 – 2005. While in New York City Agent Metzinger was assigned to the Domestic Terrorism/Reactive Squad within the Joint Terrorism Task Force and worked all matters related to Domestic Terrorism and Threat Mitigation. A native of Philadelphia, in 2005 Agent Metzinger received his transfer home to the Philadelphia Field Office and has remained assigned the Domestic Terrorism Squad within the Joint Terrorism Task Force. Agent Metzinger works matters related to Domestic Terrorism which include Domestic Terrorism Extremists, Bomb Threats, and Threat Mitigation and Response. Agent Metzinger’s collateral duties include being the FBI Philadelphia Campus Liaison Agent Coordinator, Maritime Liaison Agent, Special Events Coordinator, and an instructor for the FBI’s Counterterrorism Investigations and Operations Course.
Presented by Alison Kiss
Alison Kiss is the Executive Director of the Clery Center for Security on Campus (formerly Security On Campus, Inc.). Alison’s experience includes crisis counseling, prevention education, and health promotion. She served as an expert witness in campus sexual assault cases and is affiliated with various professional organizations, including; Rapid Response Expert Network Violence Against Women On-line Resources (VAWnet) and Expanded Partners Network: Vision 21 "Transforming Victim Services." In 2008 she was a member of the National Attorneys General Task Force on School and Campus Safety. She has presented nationally and internationally on campus safety, crisis response, threat assessment, Clery Act compliance, and sexual assault.
“Overview of Title IX and Lessons earned”
Presented by Dolores A. Stafford
Dolores Stafford, the President and CEO of D. Stafford & Associates, has been providing consulting services since 1997. D Stafford & Associates is a professional services firm specializing in safety and security related issues on college campuses, including a specialization in Clery Act/HEOA compliance issues. As an active practitioner for more than 26 years, Stafford is prepared to assist client institutions in assessing the security, safety and federal compliance on their campuses. D. Stafford & Associates provides the following services: Clery Act/HEOA Compliance Audits, Assessments and Training; Campus Police/Public Safety/Security Organizational and Management Studies; Safety and Security Vulnerability Assessments; Expert Witness and Litigation Consultation; Executive Searches; and Accreditation Assessments and Planning.
“VIP and Dignitary Security/Collaborating with the US Secret Service”
Presented by Robert O’Donnell and Douglas Ritter
Robert O’Donnell is a 17 year veteran with the United States Secret Service. Bob graduated from Villanova University in 1990 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and a minor in Criminal Justice. He started his professional career as a patrolman with the Tredyffrin Township Police Department in Chester County, PA. After serving more than six years on the Presidential Protective Division, Bob served as the Director of Continuity Policy for the Homeland Security Council assigned to the White House. Two years later, Bob was assigned to the Dignitary Protective Division where he worked in the Foreign Dignitary Pool and conducted a variety of assignments to include Deputy Coordinator for the 2012 Campaign, Coordinator for the three Presidential and one Vice Presidential Debates and 2013 Presidential Inauguration Coordinator. In February 2013, Bob was transferred to the Philadelphia Field Office where he currently serves as the Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge of the Counterfeit Currency Squad.
Doug Ritter is a 6 year veteran of the United States Secret Service and is assigned to the Philadelphia Field Office. He is currently assigned to the Counterfeit Currency Squad which conducts investigations and deters counterfeiting activities of United States currency. Doug has also served in the Protective Intelligence Squad, which conducts threat investigations of individuals under the protection of the Secret Service. Prior to his assignment in the Protective Intelligence Squad he was assigned to the Financial Crimes Squad where he conducted criminal investigations involving credit card fraud, bank fraud, money laundering and similar criminal activity. Doug also provides protection for individuals designated as protectees of the Secret Service. Previously, Doug was a Trooper with the Pennsylvania State Police in Avondale, Chester County. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Gettysburg College and a Master’s Degree in Administration of Justice from Shippensburg University.