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Technology Talk

LEIM Section Plans 36th Annual Training Conference and Exposition

By David J. Roberts, Senior Program Manager, IACP Technology Center





IACP Member Registration
  • Regular registration fee applies
    January 1–March 31: $360
  • Late registration fee applies
    April 1–May 15: $435
  • Onsite registration fee applies
    May 16–May 23: $485


Nonmember Registration
  • Regular registration fee applies
    January 1–March 31: $510
  • Late registration fee applies
    April 1–May 15: $585
  • On-Site registration fee applies
    May 16–May 23: $635


Exhibit hall–only registration is available at no cost for sworn or civilian law enforcement personnel. A family member registration also is available for spouses and other family members for $135.

lanning is well under way for the 2012 LEIM Training Conference and Technology Exposition, which will be held May 21–23, 2012, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Every year since 1977, chiefs, sheriffs, commanders, information technology directors, project managers, crime analysts, line officers, and subject matter experts have gathered at the annual LEIM conference to share their knowledge and practical experience in planning, implementing, and operating technology in law enforcement.

The LEIM conference is designed to share leading practices and lessons learned in the innovative application of technology to improve officer and public safety, enhance efficiency and effectiveness of operations, and build enterprise-wide information sharing capabilities. In addition to plenary sessions and concurrent panel presentations, the LEIM conference includes a Technology Exposition Hall, which features industry-leading technology solution providers.

More than 625 people attended the 2011 LEIM Training Conference in San Diego, California. People attending the 2011 LEIM conference found networking with other attendees, speakers, subject matter experts, and world-class solution providers to be one of the most valuable elements of the conference. Join us in Indianapolis in 2012 and see for yourself.


Conference Registration

Online registration for the 2012 LEIM Training Conference and Exposition is now open. Please visit http://www.theiacp.org and select the Technology tab, or use your smartphone to read the quick response (QR) code at the end of this column. If you are not already a member of the IACP, join today and enjoy the discounted member registration rates.


Call for Presentations

The IACP LEIM Section has opened a call for presentations and is inviting law enforcement professionals to submit proposals for workshop presentations at the 2011 LEIM Training Conference. Concurrent workshop sessions (one-hour duration) will be held throughout the conference, together with plenary sessions addressing universal topics. Workshops are designed to enhance the skills, expand the knowledge, broaden the perspective, and support the professional development of conference attendees.

The LEIM Section is particularly interested in receiving proposals for presentations on the following key topical categories:

  • Automated License Plate Recognition
  • Assessing the Impact of Technology on Policing
  • Biometrics, Identity Management, and Identification Technologies
  • Cloud Computing and Software as a Service
  • Communications and Interoperability
  • Cybercrime and Digital Evidence
  • Information Sharing, Analysis, and Fusion
  • Information Systems Security Technology, Policy, and Practices
  • Information Technology Standards and Architecture
  • Mobile and Handheld Technologies for Law Enforcement
  • Performance Management
  • Predictive Policing and Technology
  • Privacy: Policy, Practice, and Technology
  • Social Media and Law Enforcement
  • Strategic Planning and Project Management
  • Suspicious Activity Reporting and Situational Awareness
  • Traffic Incident Management and Intelligent Transportation

Workshop topics will address current and emerging information management and technology issues across four primary tracks:
  1. Executive
  2. Operational
  3. Technical
  4. Communications & Interoperability

To submit a proposal for a workshop presentation, please complete the 2012 LEIM Call for Presentations form online at http://www.theiacp.org. Please select the Technology tab and follow the links for the 2012 LEIM Training Conference. After you complete your workshop proposal, you will receive an email confirmation of your submission. Workshop proposals will be accepted through January 15. Selection decisions will be announced and speakers will be notified by February 10. Conference speakers will be granted one complimentary full-conference registration, though no honoraria or travel expense reimbursement will be provided to speakers.


Hotel Reservations

IACP has negotiated a favorable LEIM conference rate of $91 plus tax (federal per diem) for a single or a double room at the Marriott Indianapolis Downtown Hotel. The entire hotel room block often sells out, so make your hotel reservations immediately to take advantage of this special discounted rate. Conference registration rates end April 20 or whenever the room block has sold out. ■

Note: Readers can download free QR reading software for their smartphones. Check your phone’s app store for available QR readers.

Please cite as:

David J. Roberts, "LEIM Section Plans 36th Annual Training Conference and Exposition," Technology Talk, The Police Chief 79 (January 2012): 56.

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From The Police Chief, vol. 79, no. 1, January 2012. Copyright held by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, 515 North Washington Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 USA.








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