Maritime Security West and Marine Law Enforcement Conference Schedule and Agenda

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On-Water Training

 

Time & Location

Topics


 9:00-5:00

Foss Waterway Seaport

Sept. 18th to Sept. 20th: Enhanced Vessel Operators Course (Group 1)
Sept. 20th to Sept. 22nd:  Enhanced Vessel Operators Course (Group 2)
The Enhanced Vessel Operator Courses will teach students the intricacies of team coordination and vessel intercepts, pursuits, shadowing, and herding. This course is intense and designed for sworn officers and USCG personnel with over 6 months of boat handling experience.
Registration is open to all Qualified Maritime Security West and Marine Law Enforcement Conference Attendees

  Sept. 20th, 2017

Transportation will be provided for all special events


 

8:00-12:00

Bicentennial Pavilion

The Department of Energy CTOS–Center for Radiological/Nuclear Training’s “Radiological/Nuclear WMD Operations for Law Enforcement” Course
The “Radiological/Nuclear WMD Operations for Law Enforcement” Course provides law enforcement personnel with fundamental knowledge regarding two distinct mission spaces related to Radiological/Nuclear threats. The course addresses the Preventive Radiological Nuclear Detection (PRND) mission including program structure, operational modes and federal assets.  The response mission area includes an overview of recognition of the threat or incident, protective measures, notifications and securing the incident site during Radiological/Nuclear WMD incident as they relate to law enforcement operations.
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John Brenner, National Outreach Director, Counter-Terrorism Operation Support (CTOS), U.S. Department of Energy’s - National Nuclear Security Administration
 CaptainMartin 100px Captain William “Jack” Martin, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

12:00-2:00

Port of Tacoma

Fabulich Center

Port of Tacoma Luncheon

Port of Tacoma Regional Partnership Open House and Capabilities Showcase

Showcase and displays of security assets such as command center, vessels and other security technologies owned and operated by the Port of Tacoma and their partners.

 2:00-3:00

Port of Tacoma

Port of Tacoma Security Tour

  • Tour to be conducted by bus

 3:00-5:15

Foss Waterway Seaport Marina

On-Water Tactical Vessel Pursuit Exercise Demonstration

On-Water and Pier-side Vessel and Technology Demonstration


5:15-6:30

Rock the Dock

Bar and Restaurant

Networking Reception


Sept. 21st, 2017

All Events will be held in the Hotel Murano Bicentennial Pavilion


 7:30-6:30

Exhibit Hall Open

 8:30-8:40

Main Session

Presentation of Colors and Pledge of Allegiance

 8:40-9:00

Main Session

Welcoming Remarks:

NeakSmall  Sareth Neak, President, Homeland Security Outlook
 Alonzo 100px Wade Alonzo, Boating Law Administrator, WA State Parks and Recreation Commission

9:00-9:30

Main Session

Opening Keynote Address:

  • U.S. Coast Guard or U.S. Dept of Homeland Security Leadership TBA

 9:30-10:15

Main Session

Regional Leadership Panel

  • Speakers TBA
 CaptainSturgis 100px Captain Linda A. Sturgis, Sector Commander and Captain of the Port, Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound
 nophotoSmall Additional Panelists TBA

 10:00-10:30

Room B

SECTOR “Statewide Electronic Collision & Ticket Online Records” for Marine Law Enforcement Use
Art Brown 100px Art Brown, Chief of Information Management, WA State Parks

 10:15-11:00

Room C

Oil Spill Response Panel
Ferguson 100px Scott J. Ferguson, Spills Prevention Manager, WA Dept. of Ecology
 nophotoSmall Additional Panelists TBA

 10:30-11:00

Room B

State of WA Vessel Registration Guidance

 11:30-12:15

Room C

Cyber Security Risk Mitigation
MKH 100px Michael K. Hamilton, CISSP, Founder, President, and CISO, Critical Informatics

 11:30-12:30

Room B

Underwater Investigation Techniques and Processes:  Recreational Diver Drowning Victim Recovery

12:30-1:45

Exhibit Hall

Join Luncheon

1:00-1:45

Main Session

Lunch Keynote Speaker:  Securing the Artic Maritime Domain

 1:45-2:30

Room C

Cyber Security Incident Response Planning

2:30-3:30

Exhibit Hall

Joint Networking Break

 3:30-4:15

Room C

Risk and Crisis Communications:  Dealing With the Press and Social Media Before, During and After an Incident

3:30-4:15

Room B

Maritime Security Regulatory Update for Marine Terminals
Laurie Thomas Small Laurie Thomas, Maritime Security Coordinator, The All Hazards Training Center, The University of Findlay

 4:15-5:00

Room B

On Vessel Active Shooter Response

 5:00-6:30

Exhibit Hall

Joint Networking Reception

Sept. 22nd, 2017

All Events will be held in the Hotel Murano Bicentennial Pavilion


 

7:30-3:30 Exhibit Hall Open

7:30-8:30

Exhibit Hall

Continental Breakfast and Exhibit Visit

8:30-9:00

Main Session

Morning Keynote Address

 9:00-9:45

Main Session

DHS Science & Technology Directorate Border and Coastal Information Update

9:45-10:30

Room C

Maritime Border Surveillance:  Detecting and Tracking the Small Dark Vessel

9:00-9:30

Room B

Advanced BUI Detection
Klump 100px Sergeant Dan Klump, Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife Police

9:30-10:00

Room B

Vessel Impound:  New WA State Rules

11:00-11:45

Room C

Drones Capabilities, Detection and Threats Mitigation

10:30-11:00

Room B

Medical Response:  Effective Bleeding Control

 11:00-11:30

Room B

Medical Response:  The Effects of Cold Water Injuries
Dr.Steinman 100px RADM (USCG Ret) Alan M. Steinman, MD, MPH, Former Director of Health and Safety for the U.S. Coast Guard

11:45-12:30

Room C

National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office's Vessel of Interest Lexicon Info Sharing Exercise
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Christopher Hickey, Information Sharing Action Officer, Homeland Maritime Border Security, National Maritime Intelligence Integration Office

12:30-1:00

Room B

WA State Parks Marine Law Enforcement Open Discussion:  Collaborative Training, Outreach, Education and More
Alonzo 100px Wade Alonzo, Boating Law Administrator, WA State Parks and Recreation Commission
Hodges 100px Hoyle E Hodges, Marine Law Enforcement Coordinator, WA. State Parks

1:00-2:00

Exhibit Hall

WA State Parks Marine Law Enforcement Awards Luncheon

2:00-2:45

Main Session

Homeland Security Information Network:  Interactive Instructional Workshop

2:45-3:30

Room C

WA State Common Operating Picture:  Interactive Instructional Workshop

 3:30-3:45

Main Session

Closing Remarks