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2019 FBINAA California State Conference


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Hyatt Newport Beach
September 3-5, 2019
Newport Beach, CA

Working Agenda

This is a working agenda and subject to change.


Monday, September 2, 2019


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1:00-5:00 PM Executive Board Meeting
Location: Lido Room


Tuesday, September 3, 2019


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Morning Open Morning - Please see the "Things To Do" tab in the menu

12:00 PM/Noon Registration
Location: Pacific Room

1:00-4:00 PM F.B.I. LaserShot Firearms Training Simulator
Location: Pacific Room
Presented by: F.B.I. Firearms Training Unit

Session Description: Come and take your "best shot" at the F.B.I.'s cutting edge technology that uses realistic laser-based engagements to simulate real-life encounters.

4:00-5:00 PM Defining, understanding and enjoying retirement. A workshop designed to serve those who protect.
Location: General Session - Plaza 2 & 3
Presented by: Jim Farhadi, Cambridge Financial Partners

Session Description: Financial Workshop designed to serve those who protect.

6:00 PM Past Presidents Dinner
Location: Newport Dunes, by invitation

8:00-11:00 PM Hospitality Suite
Location: Pacific Room
Sponsored by: AXON


Wednesday, September 4, 2019


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7:00 AM Registration
Location: Plaza Arbor

7:00 AM Exhibit Hall Open
Location: Exhibit Hall - Plaza Arbor & Plaza 1

7:00 AM Continental Breakfast
Location: Plaza Arbor
Sponsored by: Symbol Arts

8:00 AM Opening Ceremonies
Location: General Session - Plaza 2 & 3

8:45 AM General Business Meeting - Part I
Location: General Session - Plaza 2 & 3
Presented by: Board


9:45 AM Exhibit Hall Networking Break
Location: Plaza Arbor

10:15 AM The Age of Accelerations: Critical Issues in Law Enforcement 2019 and Beyond
Location: General Session - Plaza 2 & 3
Presented by: Erik Fritsvold & James Davis (NA #183), University of San Diego

12:15 PM Lunch
Location: Plaza Arbor

1:00 PM Overview of "Incel" (Involuntarily Celebate) Ideology
Location: General Session - Plaza 2 & 3
Presented by: Intelligence Analyst Jonathan Hill, Orange County Intelligence Assessment Center
Handouts: Coming Soon

Session Description: An overview of the "Incel" ideology, indicators, and violent attacks. This online community has been connected to mass murders involving the use of firearms, vehicle ramming tactics, and physical attacks against men, women, and children.


2:30 PM Exhibit Hall Networking Break
Location: Plaza Arbor

3:00 PM "A Revolutionary Act" - Documentary on 2014 Las Vegas Metro Ambush, Discussion and Q&A on Pre-Incident Threat Indicators
Location: General Session - Plaza 2 & 3
Presented by: Special Agent Jeff Cugno, F.B.I. Behavioral Analysis Unit

Session Description: A Revolutionary Act is a documentary of the June 8, 2014, Las Vegas attack involving Jerad and Amanda Miller, who ambushed two Las Vegas Metropolitan Police officers at a local restaurant and then entered a retail store exclaiming, the “Revolution has begun.” The documentary captures the couple’s violent progression and documents their grievances, key planning, and warning behaviors leading up to the attack. It also highlights key learning objectives from both a tactical and strategic perspective and emphasizes the significance of bystanders in prevention efforts. After the movie, Special Agent Jeff Cugno, FBILA BAU Coordinator, will highlight pre-incident indicators of targeted violence and answer questions.


6:00 PM "Meet the Exhibitors" Welcome Reception
Location: Exhibit Hall - Plaza 1 & Plaza Arbor

7:00 PM No-Limit Texas Hold-Em Poker Tournament
Location: Plaza Arbor
Sponsored by: Spidr Tech

Session Description: That's right, we're hosting a Poker Tournament following the Welcome Reception to benefit the FBINA Youth Leadership Program and FBINAA California College Scholarship.

Closed Hospitality Suite
Note: The Hospitality Suite will be closed this evening for our Poker Tournament. Please join us in the Plaza Arbor.


Thursday, September 5, 2019


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7:00 AM Registration
Location: Plaza Arbor

7:00 AM Exhibit Hall Open
Location: Exhibit Hall - Plaza 1 & Plaza Arbor

7:00 AM Continental Breakfast
Location: Plaza Arbor

8:00 AM Mitigating Police Fatigue
Location: General Session - Plaza 2 & 3
Presented by: Captain John Campanella (Retired), Delaware State Police, FBINA Session #239 Graduate

Session Description: This course is designed to raise awareness of the problems associated with fatigued or tired police officers. The presenter will define fatigue and educate the attendees about the causes of police fatigue, the consequences, and suggested ways in which fatigue can be managed. The attendees will be asked to self-reflect on the problem and ask themselves: “Am I contributing to the problem or to the solution?” Attendees will be encouraged to take ownership of their own fatigue and consider ways to improve their personal situations. At the end of the session, the attendees will have a better understanding of why fatigue is a problem for law enforcement, why they should be concerned about fatigue, and the importance of sound effective fatigue management policy. The attendees will hear about the presenter’s successful journey in developing and implementing a fatigue management plan within a state police organization, the challenges in implementing a culture shifting program, and ways in which further engagement would reduce the risks associated with police fatigue.

10:00 AM Break
Location: Plaza Arbor

10:15 AM Bulletproof Spirit: Essential Guide Toward Emotional Survival and Wellness
Location: General Session - Plaza 2 & 3
Presented by: Captain Dan Willis (Retired), La Mesa Police Department, FBINA Session #241 Graduate

Session Description: “Bulletproof Spirit – Emotional Survival and Wellness Strategies” will provide essential wellness information to promote officer survivability and protection against the many adverse effects of the profession. Suicide is the #1 cause of officer death with another estimated 120,000 (nearly 1 in 5) working with PTSD. Students will learn effective methods to process stress, overcome trauma, proactive strategies to protect and heal their spirit to maintain mental – emotional – and physical fitness, and ways to maintain their motivation and professionalism while serving to protect and give life to others with compassion, integrity, and good health.

PLEASE NOTE: Every attendee will recieve a complimentary copy of Dan's book, "Bulletproof Spirit"

12:15 PM Exhibit Hall Open
Location: Plaza 1 & Plaza Arbor

12:45 PM Lunch
Location: Plaza Arbor

1:30 PM General Business Meeting - Part II
Location: General Session - Plaza 2 & 3
Presented by: Board

2:30 PM Borderline Active Shooter Incident: The Aftermath-What Comes Next?
Location: General Session - Plaza 2 & 3
Presented by: Rebecca Marriott, Special Agent, F.B.I. Evidence Response Team (ERT) & Commander Tim Hagel, V.C.S.O., Chief of Police-Thousand Oaks, CA

Session Description: Active shooter and mass casualty incidents have become a stark reality for the law enforcement community. Resources are spent on target hardening, officer training, and threat assessment. Unfortunately, incidents such as the Borderline Bar & Grill incident continue to shock the communities we serve. So when a mass casualty event occurs, what happens one hour later? One day later? One week later?

F.B.I. Special Agent Marriott will share her experiences leading the F.B.I. Evidence Response Team and what law enforcement leaders can expect when they are called to assist local agencies. Her team has led or assisted with the crime scene investigation on recent events such as the Route 91 Harvest Festival, the Sri Lanka Easter bombings, and the Borderline Bar & Grill shooting.

Ventura County Sheriff's Office Commander Tim Hagel currently serves as the Chief of Police for the city of Thousand Oaks and was the incident commander on the night of the Borderline active shooter event. Commander Hagel will talk about what to expect as a Police Chief when an event like the Borderline happens in your city. Areas such as incident command, relocation centers, victim assistance, family liaison officers, officer wellness, media issues, and funeral arrangements will be discussed.

6:00 PM Cocktail Reception (No host)
Location: Plaza Arbor

7:00 PM Installation Banquet & Closing Ceremonies
Location: Plaza 2 & 3

9:30-11:30 PM Hospitality Suite (Open After Banquet)
Location: Pacific Room


Friday, September 6, 2019


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8:00-10:00 AM Executive Board Meeting
Location: Executive Boardroom



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Penryn, CA 95663
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