Date: March 26, 2020 – 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Officer Preparation for Grand Jury and Trial Testimony; Issues of Alleged Misconduct
Dawn Parsons, is a partner at Shaffer Lombardo Shurin. Her case load includes defending police officers in Section 1983 Civil Rights lawsuits and malpractice defense. She spent over 23 years working for the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office. During her tenure as a prosecutor Ms. Parsons served as a division chief, tried over 90 jury trials and oversaw officer involved critical incidents grand jury investigations. She has spent over 20 years teaching and training police officers and attorneys.
Stopping an Active Shooter Rampage/Lessons Learned
Doug Schroeder, Hesston Police Chief, Hesston, Kansas, 2018 recipient of the U.S. Medal of Valor; 2017 recipient of the Presidential Medal of Valor, in recognition of his bravery and trained preparedness; awarded Wichita Crime Commission LEO Hero of the Year Award; Kansas Officer of the Year, Kansas Rifle Association; Kansas Officer of the Year American Legion; National Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by the Forty and Eight Veterans Organization; Criminal Justice Instructor; President of the Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police
Surviving an ISIS Threat and Counterterrorism Today/Mark Jones moderating
Colonel Jim Frawley, retired colonel-inspector general, United States Marine Corps, Fort Worth police officer and ISIS survivor. Colonel Frawley will inform us of what threats are of greatest concern today and how to prepare for them.
First Responder to Active Mass Killer
Steve Padin, retired 25-year decorated police veteran for the Buffalo, NY Police Department, lead firearms instructor, combat tactics instructor, former black belt instructor and international competitor in Tae Kwon-Do; topics include Confront & Neutralize; Run-Hide-Fight; On Scene Crisis Tactical Planning; Emergency Plan.
Stopping an ISIS Inspired Terrorist Attack/Lessons Learned
Greg Stevens, retired Garland Police Officer (over 40-year veteran), 2016 recipient of the Presidential Medal of Valor, in recognition of his bravery and trained preparedness, stopped two ISIS inspired terrorists before they could commit mass murder in Garland, Texas.
Search and Seizure for Street Officers and PTSD
Mark S. Jones, trial lawyer and assistant college professor, with expertise in criminal law, criminal procedure, constitutional law, and Section 1983 liability. Former chief deputy prosecutor, head of the Homicide Unit, Major Crime Division, head of the Criminal Division, county counselor, chief legal advisor to the prosecuting attorney, county sheriff, the Department of Corrections in Jackson County, Missouri and BDIC co-founder/partner.
The Bulletproof Heart
As a Zig Ziglar Legacy certified speaker, Sergeant Richard Morris will teach how to strengthen self-image, build strong faith, family, work and community relationships. Retired Detective Sergeant Richard Morris left the Fort Worth Police Department in 2014, working with Gang Intelligence after nearly 36 years. Richard is a 10th degree black belt in karate and one of the world’s leading authorities on self-defense and the science of fighting on the streets. He is an international keynote speaker, Ziglar Legacy Certified coach, trainer and published author, a reserve Tarrant County deputy constable.
PTSD, My Story of Survival and Concluding Remarks
Retired FBI Special Agent Paul Vick, BDIC managing member/co-founder, former FBI supervisory special agent, former Wichita Police Department detective in Wichita, Kansas and member of the Wichita Metro Crime Commission.
One-Day Training - 8 hours - Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST)/CLEE eligible*
*Reporting of the continuing education hours received to the Missouri or Kansas Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training will be the responsibility of the attendee and his/her agency head or appointing authority.