Upcoming Conferences and Events
Major Cities Chiefs Association, FBI National Executive Institute Associates,
and Police Executive Research Forum
2017 Joint Meeting
May 30 to June 2 in Las Vegas, NV
Please join us for the 2017 MCCA, NEIA, and PERF Joint Meeting to be held on Tuesday-Friday, May 30-June 2, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
All registrants will be welcome to attend any and all meetings, sessions and events sponsored by MCCA, NEIA, and PERF during the Joint Meeting.
- Where: Bellagio Las Vegas Hotel; 3600 Las Vegas Blvd, South Las Vegas, NV 89109
- When: Tuesday, May 30 to Friday, June 2, 2017
Breakfast will be provided on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings.
MCCA members do not pay a registration fee to attend.
Registration will be $400 for attendees who register before March 1 and $425 for attendees who register on or after March 1. Registration is open to NEIA members, staff members from MCCA agencies, PERF members, federal partners and other invited attendees.
MCCA corporate sponsors can attend at no charge and based on their sponsorship level. Questions regarding eligibility for registration should be directed to Patricia Williams.
Guest registration is available for family members at a fee of $125 per guest.
We have reserved a block of rooms at the Bellagio Hotel at a special rate of $191/night plus tax. To register at the hotel, please click here and choose “Attendee” on the guest type drop down box, or call 1-888-987-6667 and request group name Joint Meeting.
The conference schedule will be determined later, but for purposes of planning your travel, the conference will begin Tuesday evening with an MCCA reception and will continue until Friday at noon:
Tuesday, May 30
- 6:00pm-7:30 pm: MCCA Welcome Reception
Wednesday, May 31
- 8:30 am-5:00 pm: MCCA all-day Meeting
- PERF’s Annual Reception on Wednesday evening
Thursday, June 1
- 8:30 am-3:00 pm: PERF Town Hall Meeting
- 3:00pm-5:00 pm: NEIA Meeting
Friday, June 2
- 8:30 am-12:00 pm: PERF and NEIA concurrent meeting
If you have any questions, please contact Patricia Williams at 801-209-1815 or email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you in Las VegasTo begin conference registration, please visit https://mcca.wildapricot.org/event-2382807.
To make room reservations at the Bellagio Hotel, please visit https://aws.passkey.com/e/48959159.
We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!
Click on the event links below to see what was offered during our past conferences.
NEIA RECEPTION at IACP CONFERENCE
Sunday, October 26, 2016
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Omni San Diego Hotel
675 L Street, San Diego, CA
Grand Ballroom, Salon A/B (4th Floor)
Special Guest Speaker:
FBI Director James B. Comey, Jr.
MEET ME IN THE BIG APPLE
EARLY REGISTRATION FOR FBI NEIA/MCC/PERF JOINT CONFERENCE
It is time to register for the 2016 FBI National Executive Institute Associates, Major Cities Chiefs, and Police Executive Research Forum Joint Conference to be held Tuesday-Friday May 24th – 27th in New York City.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – ONE HELL OF A TOWN
We will be staying at the New York Marriott Marquis set in the Theater District and a block from Times Square. This modern, 49-story hotel is topped by a revolving restaurant. Surround yourself with the sights and sounds of the city at New York Marriott Marquis. Get relaxed and energized simultaneously as you step into some of the largest guest rooms in NYC, amid the hustle and bustle of famed Broadway. Nestled in the heart of Times Square, this Broadway hotel in New York gives you easy access to the Javits Center, exciting shows and several subway lines to access any part of NYC. Located near Fifth Avenue shopping, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, Central Park, Lincoln Center and Madison Square Garden, this hotel puts travelers in the midst of popular NYC attractions and business destinations.
Conference registration is $400 for attendees who register before March 1, 2016 and $425 for those attendees who register after March 1, 2016. Breakfast and two receptions will be provided. Register now by going to the Major Cities Chiefs website http://mcca.wildapricot.org/event-2111641.
PLEASE NOTE: All NEIA members, spouses and guests need to register for the conference as FBI NEIA MEMBERS when completing registration on the website to assist us in offsetting our conference expenses.
ASSESSING POLICE RESPONSES TO CATASTROPHES OF EPIC PROPORTIONS
In addition to the Major Cities Chiefs Meeting and PERF’s Town Hall Meeting, the NEIA has designed an exciting presentation on “Police Responses to an Unthinkable Event.” Sixteen to twenty top law enforcement executives will participant in a novel and important table top presentation. A moderator, well versed in weapons of mass destruction and a frequent speaker before Congress, the Defense Department and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will lead the group in creative and critical thinking on how to deal with one the major threats to America - a pandemic deadly virus. Dealing with the possibility of an unthinkable event may disturb us but failure to include an assessment in our preparedness can prove to be even more disturbing.
NEIA RECEPTION at IACP CONFERENCE
October 25, 2015
PUBLIC TRUST: A SHARED RESPONSIBILITY
JOINT TRAINING CONFERENCE
FBI NEIA/MAJOR COUNTY SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION (MCSA)
GRAND HOTEL, MACINAC ISLAND, MICHIGAN
SEPTEMBER 8-10, 2015
The purpose of the NEIA/MCSA conference is to determine what law enforcement and community actions, attitudes and behaviors are needed to foster public trust. One thing is certain law enforcement can’t be effective unless they have the trust of the community. Likewise the police must be able to trust the community. This conference will bring together law enforcement and community leaders to discuss their perceptions of trust and jointly develop action plans to make trust a reality. This will be an interactive conference with small group discussions with active attendee participation. Don’t miss out.
Wednesday, September 9th
What is Trust?
- Richard M. Ayres, Executive Director, NEIA
- David S. Corderman, PhD, Academy Leadership Associates
Does Law Enforcement Have a Public Trust Problem?
- Darrel Stephens, Executive Director, Major Cities Chief’s Association
Perceptions as an advisor during the Ferguson, Mo. Disorder and the President’s task force on 21st Century Policing.
Law Enforcement Panel of Sheriffs and Chiefs
- “Public Trust from a Law Enforcement Perspective”
Small Group Discussion
- Conference attendees will examine what are behaviors and actions of the police that may contribute to the public’s distrust.
Community Leaders Panel
- Public Trust from the Community’s Perspective
Small Group Discussion
- What specific actions cause public distrust?
Sheriff Dave Mahoney and guest community leader, Dane County, WI.
- Experience of an officer involved shooting of a minority and why the community’s response differ from Ferguson, MO.
Evening Dinner Speaker
“Strategies for Strengthening Trust and Community/Law Enforcement Partnerships”
Dr. Cedric L. Alexander
- Deputy Chief Operating Officer for Public Safety in DeKalb County, Georgia.
Thursday, September 10th
Making Trust A Reality!
- Combined Law Enforcement and Community Leaders Panel
What specific steps should be taken to address perceptions and opinions of the public’s trust of law enforcement.
- Small Group Discussion
What additional actions might be taken to establish an atmosphere of public trust of Law Enforcement?
Violent Murder in City of Charleston, South Carolina.
- Gregory G. Mullen, Chief of Police
- Sheriff Al Cannon, Charleston County Sheriff’s Office
“Power of Caring, Love, Unity and Forgiveness”
“Killing Rampage in Santa Barbara”
- Sheriff Bill Brown, Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office
Invited Evening Speaker
“Perceptions of the police when growing up in Detroit and what are the key elements in developing public trust.
SUCCESSFUL NEIA/MCCA/PERF CONFERENCE
Over 450 law enforcement members attended the 2nd trifecta NEIA/MCCA/PERF conference in Phoenix, Arizona June 2-5,2015. The training sessions, town hall meeting and discussion panels included topics ranging from the Police Use of Force, The President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing, Role of Race in America Policing, Immigration Reform, Mental Health, Militarization of Police to Reflections from Former Police Executives. Attendees received a wealth of information, were involved in lively discussions and benefited from the networking opportunities.
FBI NEIA Reception at the IACP Conference
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Lake Eola Ballroom
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
May 27-30, 2014
Intercontinental Mark Hopkins Hotel
San Francisco, California
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May 28-31, 2013
Hilton DFW Lakes Conference Center
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SEPTEMBER 28 – OCT 1, 2012
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