Friday, February 2, 2018

IACP Technology Conference Examines New Law Enforcement Technologies

Phil Pulaski is a law enforcement executive with over 35 years of experience. Phil
Pulaski formerly served as chief of detectives of the New York City Police Department,
and was responsible for 3,600 personnel who investigated more than 256,000 felony
and misdemeanor crimes, and arrested more than 39,000 offenders. During his career
in the NYPD Phil Pulaski also served as Deputy Commissioner of Operations and
Commanding Officer of several large commands including the Intelligence Division,
Counterterrorism Bureau, FBI / NYPD Joint Terrorist Task Force, Detective Borough
Manhattan, Detective Borough Bronx, Special Investigations Division and Forensic
Investigations Division.

Phil Pulaski belongs to a number of law enforcement associations, including the
International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). The organization will hold its 2018
IACP Technology Conference in May.

The conference provides a forum for the exploration and discussion of information,
learned lessons, and best practices regarding the latest law enforcement technology.
Addressed areas range from information management and sharing to communications
and interoperability, and the conference highlights information about technology
standards. Attendees can participate in training and professional development sessions
while learning about new and emerging technologies.

Scheduled events include more than 30 technology-oriented educational sessions that
cover a wide array of topics, such as next-generation first responders and real-time
monitoring of social media. A number of plenary sessions and concurrent workshops
will also be available throughout the conference. In addition, networking events give
attendees the opportunity to meet leading solution providers and connect with other
agencies and practitioners.

Registration fees vary according to membership with IACP and the chosen registration
category, which includes categories for exhibitors, speakers, and students. Individuals
unable to attend the entire conference may also purchase a single-day pass.
The 2018 IACP Technology Conference will take place May 21-23 at the Rhode Island
Convention Center.