November 10-13, 2020
The pandemic has affected the operations of almost every organization around the globe and has caused individuals to adjust their daily life activities to maintain personal safety and health. In this new reality, CALEA has focused on continuing its services for the public safety industry,
with respect to the demands placed on the professionals working in that environment.
Therefore, the Commission has decided to proceed with a virtual conference in November 2020. The recent Summer conference received positive feedback with over 2,100 individuals registering for the event. The virtual platform is easily accessible and to navigate, which enhances participation and learning. Registered attendees are also able to access training resources for several months after the conference.
As we work out the details, please plan for registration to open in October at no cost to attendees. We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity by not only participating, but also inviting other non-accredited agencies so they can get a better understanding of what it means to be a “Gold Standard” organization.
The November conference will be the best resource for professional networking and receiving relevant training related to the accreditation process and other contemporary public safety issues. Those interested in providing workshops during the conference that address important public safety issues or strategic management solutions are encouraged to complete the Conference Workshop Request Form and submit it to CALEA by October 5, 2020.
If you have any questions concerning the conference or workshop presentations, please contact your regional program manager, or any member of the CALEA staff at (703) 352-4225. CALEA remains the preeminent leader in public safety accreditation because of your engagement and support. As members of an elite group of public safety professionals, you can rest assured we will work diligently to ensure CALEA represents the Gold Standard for all public safety agencies internationally.