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2017 Annual MCPA

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October 9- 12, 2017

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Held at the: Castle in the Sand Hotel
3701 Atlantic Avenue
Ocean City, Maryland 21842

2017 – MCPA Annual Conference Agenda (Agenda may be subject to change)

October 9

(Comfort breaks will be factored into the training schedule)

12:00 -  Conference Registration

12:30 -  MCPA Opening and Introductions

  MCPA Staff, Chief Ross C. Buzzuro (Ocean City PD)

 1:00 -   Terrorism Updates and Current Trends

  (Steve Shepherd, Agent FBI)

 3:00 -  Closing Remarks and Week Overview

  MCPA Staff

October 10

(Comfort breaks will be factored into the training schedule)

8:00 - Continental Breakfast

9:00 - Utilizing Social Media to Steal Information

 (Detective Larry Rogers, Baltimore County Police Department, MPCTC Instructor)

 Understanding and Identifying Technology Hacking

 (Detective Andrew Muska, Baltimore County Police Department)

12:00 - Lunch (provided)

 1:00 - MS-13/Gang Update, Understanding and Identifying the Growing Problem

 (Sergeant Gregory, Shackelford Maryland State Police-MCAC)

October 11

(Comfort breaks will be factored into the training schedule)

8:00 -  Continental Breakfast

8:30 - Impacts of Sexual Assault Trauma, Identifying and Consequences

 (Bridgette Stumpf, Co-Executive Director Network for Victim Recovery of DC)

10:30 - Mental Health Crisis, Identifying, Understanding and Dealing with Threats   

 (Detective Steve Jackson, CIST - Baltimore County Police Department)  

12:30 - Lunch (provided)

1:00 - Opioid, Heroin Crisis and Current Drug Trends

 (Detective Keith Fisher, Howard County Police Department)

October 12

(Comfort breaks will be factored into the training schedule)

(MCPA will be providing a working lunch in conference room)

8:00 - Continental Breakfast

9:00 - Critical Incidents, Responding, Identifying and Coping

 (PFC. George Mussini, Baltimore County Police Department)

11:00 - Conference Closing and Wrap Up

 (MCPA Staff)