Learn how you can develop plans and policies and effectively train your staff at the ICMA Annual Conference.
The Annual Conference offers special events, educational sessions, special sessions, learning lounge and expert bars, solutions tracks, workshops and forums to help prepare you and your community for any emergency. Get prepared. Register online today!
Appointed in September 2011 as the first African-American city manager of Sanford, Florida, Norton was thrust into the national spotlight following the shooting death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin., will share how he was able to endure the impact of the shooting, the trial, the verdict, and beyond. #INSPIREICMA
• Center for Public Safety Management: Strengthening the City Manager-Police Chief Relationship DETAILS AND REGISTRATION
• How to Prepare for and Recover from Community Crisis
• Community Efforts in Countering Violent Extremism (CVE)
• Leadership in Times of Crisis: President Truman and Dropping the A-Bomb
• Building Stronger Communities and Developing Trust through Effective Community Engagement: Surprise! How to Engage and Partner with Others When the Unexpected Happens
• Strengthening the City Manager-Police Chief Relationship
• Building Stronger Communities and Developing Trust through Effective Community Engagement
LEARNING LOUNGE AND EXPERTS BAR
• The How's and Why's of Police-Community Relations and Diversity
• Building Relationships of Trust between the Community and Police
• Citizen as Sensor: Improving Public Safety through Smartphone Technology
• The Connected Officer: Bringing the Internet of Things (IoT) to Law Enforcement
• Social Media Monitoring for Pro-Active Policing
ICMA UNIVERSITY WORKSHOPS
• Asking Your Police and Fire Chiefs the Right Questions
• Leadership Skills for Managing Wicked Problems
ICMA UNIVERSITY FORUMS
• Communities Leveraging Disruptive Change: What Are Your Disruptors, and How Will You Leverage Them?
• Talking about Equality, Race, and Diversity: Getting Comfortable with Uncomfortable Conversations
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