Saturday

6 am


Ballroom A234
Breakfast Buffet
6-7:30 a.m.

 

7:45 am


Meet in Ballroom A234 (Breakfast Buffet Room)
Saturday Surprise! Have cameras ready. Video is permitted for this special event. Click the link/title to read special instructions.

 

8 am


A Top secret location, somewhere within the city of Green Bay
It's a secret! A super cool and extremely wet secret.

 

8:45 am


Top Secret Location
Begin Boarding Buses - Buses depart at promptly 9:00

 

9 am


There's not a spare second in our tightly packed schedule, so please be prompt!! Buses cannot wait for anyone.

 

9:20 am


CC212
Officers: Wearing their heart on their sleeve ...

 

BT
Experience the sights, sounds, odors, and emotions associated with rescuing victims trapped in confined spaces. *HIT class

 

PS109
What drugs are common for overdose and what overdoses can officers bring back from the dead. This session will also include a discussion on Excited Delirium – what is it, what is happening to body and what is Law Enforcement protocol.

 

PS108, Tac House, and UDF
Heart-pounding and emotion-filled action and excitement as you, the officer, are confronted with deadly-force situations. Will you make the right call?

 

PS113
Why carry a gun when you can let a microscopic creature do the job for you? A collection of my most interesting and deadly microbiology cases. This workshop provides an opportunity for audience participation. Download the student version of the Socrative app so you can provide your anonymous (if you want) opinion on these fascinating cases. www.socrative.com/

 

TH201
More than an Aerosmith song title, "Walk This Way" is a room-clearing tactic used by American Law Enforcement. Session also details how to distinguish whether or not someone is or was a police officer, and if they're on or off-duty. Say what??

 

Courtroom - CC205
Officers must follow the law of the land and this session details the law as it pertains to traffic stops.

 

UDOT
High Speed Pursuit! You will drive the pursuit vehicle that catches and makes contact with the fleeing suspect's car, causing it to lose traction! *HIT class

 

TH301
Techniques used to control behavior of cooperative and uncooperative suspects. *HIT class

 

CC210
Police dogs doing what they do best. Bring your questions and cameras, because these four-legged cops are anxious to show off, just for you!

 

CC215
A combination of hands-on and discussion, this detailed workshop covers the reporting of the crime, the responsibilities of the first officers on the scene, preservation of evidence, evidence collection, the basic types of evidence - direct, eye witness testimony, circumstantial evidence, and physical evidence.

 

TH202
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care will walk you through the simulated environment of stopping a blood gushing wound. Realism beyond belief!

 

FES
Ready, Set ... Blow Down Those Doors! KABOOM! Yes, you and your fellow SWAT team members will learn to use explosive charges and other methods of gaining entry into "hard-to-reach" places. This is the real deal! *HIT class

 

UDF 105
Making a traffic stop can be one of the most dangerous aspects of police work. Traffic stops involve lots of moving parts/thoughts/tactics and crimes. This session will take you beyond the basics of traffic stops.

 

UDF 109
Explore gun types to match the personalities of various characters of different eras.

 

PS110
Handgun - Fundamentals of the Glock handgun. Live fire on the range. Background check required for all firearms workshops.

 

Main campus CC117
How to move a patient from a bathroom to the ambulance or from a tight corner to the porch (stairs) to the ambulance---demonstrating how to use the stair chair, the gurney ( how it moves, how heavy it is, how it locks in the ambulance, and more!

 

10:55 am


CC213
Officers: The will to live

 

UDF 103
If you’re writing a character who has studied or uses martial arts, pick a discipline that matches his or her personality and physical strengths. It will make your character more credible. We’ll give you information to help you choose wisely. You’ll also learn how martial artists in various disciplines are trained. This determines how they think and react when confronted. See what they see. Hear what they hear. A perfect way to build suspense in your fight scenes.

 

PS109
Session explores how NarCan is used to prevent deaths of citizens

 

TH206
Retired Undercover NYPD Detective Marco Conelli takes you through his experience of unlearning everything about being a cop to infiltrate Organized Crime Rackets, Firearm traffickers, and narcotics smugglers.

 

BT
This is a HOT session. A vehicle is fully engulfed and it's up to you and your team to extinguish the flames. *HIT class

 

PS108, Tac House, and UDF
Heart-pounding and emotion-filled action and excitement as you, the officer, are confronted with deadly-force situations. Will you make the right call?

 

PS110
Learn the basics of the .223 patrol rifle, nomenclature, field stripping, fundamentals, and live fire on the rifle range. *HIT class

 

PS107
Discussion of 1%er “motorcycle clubs” (read criminal organizations), their history and origins of the Big 4 biker gangs.

 

FES
As police officers, you and your partner respond to an alarm at a local business. It is up to you to search clear the building. Part of "clearing" involves looking for criminal suspects who may or may not be hiding. Of course, the person you encounter could be the janitor. Or is he?? *Participants will be required to wear protective gear during this hands-on exercise.  *HIT class

 

CC205
Actual courtroom testimony. Experience what it's like to testify as a police officer, recalling traffic-related incidents, responding to legal questions, etc. Learn how your testimony as a law enforcement officer affects and influences a jury.

 

TH201
You will never approach or view staircases the same way again, ever! This session details how officers safely approach, explore, and evaluate stairways. Hands-on.

 

CC210
Police dogs doing what they do best. Bring your questions and cameras, because these four-legged cops are anxious to show off, just for you!

 

UDF
Learn how a projectile behaves when it hits its mark and then transfers its kinetic energy to the target.

 

CC215
A combination of hands-on and discussion, this detailed workshop covers the reporting of the crime, the responsibilities of the first officers on the scene, preservation of evidence, evidence collection, the basic types of evidence - direct, eye witness testimony, circumstantial evidence, and physical evidence.

 

TH202
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care will walk you through the simulated environment of stopping a blood gushing wound. Realism beyond belief!

 

UDF 111
How TV, movies, and fiction distort police work

 

PS 113
What causes PTSD? The effects on officers and their families. The symptoms of PTSD and treatments. How departments and other officers respond to those suffering the effects of PTSD. How cumulative stress can impact performance and health.

 

UDF 105
Making a traffic stop can be one of the most dangerous aspects of police work. Traffic stops involve lots of moving parts/thoughts/tactics and crimes. This session will take you beyond the basics of traffic stops.

 

TH301
Design, use, and impact of Taser - Observe actual Taser deployments and their effects/impacts on the human body. Volunteers?

 

Main campus CC117
How to move a patient from a bathroom to the ambulance or from a tight corner to the porch (stairs) to the ambulance---demonstrating how to use the stair chair, the gurney ( how it moves, how heavy it is, how it locks in the ambulance, and more!

 

PS111
Dusting, fuming, and difficult to print surfaces are just a few of the fingerprinting techniques you'll learn in this detailed hands-on session. *HIT class

 

ODOT
Experience the difficulty of multitasking while driving, observing, and communicating, and all while utilizing lights and siren. *HIT class

 

12:10 pm


Campus Commons, UDF, and Public Safety
12:00 noon - 12:45

 

1:10 pm


CC215
You know everything now. But how do you take all of this information and not overwhelm your writing?

 

UDF 111
Learn more intricacies of the martial arts - basics of getaways, pressure points, holds, locks and bars, multiple opponents. Learn how one defends against various weapons. Bring your fight scene (in your mind, not on paper).

 

PS109
What drugs are common for overdose and what overdoses can officers bring back from the dead. This session will also include a discussion on Excited Delirium – what is it, what is happening to body and what is Law Enforcement protocol.

 

PS108, Tac House, and UDF
Heart-pounding and emotion-filled action and excitement as you, the officer, are confronted with deadly-force situations. Will you make the right call?

 

PS107
Discussion of 1%er “motorcycle clubs” (read criminal organizations), their history and origins of the Big 4 biker gangs.

 

TH201
More than an Aerosmith song title, "Walk This Way" is a room-clearing tactic used by American Law Enforcement. Session also details how to distinguish whether or not someone is or was a police officer, and if they're on or off-duty. Say what??

 

CC212
How prevaliant is it? Who is vulnerable, Why? How are investigations conducted? This session will explore the 5 W’s and How of Human Traffic Investigations,

 

Courtroom - CC205
Officers must follow the law of the land and this session details the law as it pertains to traffic stops.

 

UDOT
High Speed Pursuit! You will drive the pursuit vehicle that catches and makes contact with the fleeing suspect's car, causing it to lose traction! *HIT class

 

TH301
Techniques used to control behavior of cooperative and uncooperative suspects. *HIT class

 

CC210
Police dogs doing what they do best. Bring your questions and cameras, because these four-legged cops are anxious to show off, just for you!

 

TH202
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care will walk you through the simulated environment of stopping a blood gushing wound. Realism beyond belief!

 

UDF 111
How TV, movies, and fiction distort police work

 

FES
Ready, Set ... Blow Down Those Doors! KABOOM! Yes, you and your fellow SWAT team members will learn to use explosive charges and other methods of gaining entry into "hard-to-reach" places. This is the real deal! *HIT class

 

TH206
Crime scenes always tell a story, which shows up most clearly in behavioral clues. This can mean anything from signatures that link crimes to indicators of staged crimes to predictors of dangerous future behavior. This session shows writers how to spot and interpret behavioral clues during criminal profiling or psychological autopsy.

 

UDF 105
Making a traffic stop can be one of the most dangerous aspects of police work. Traffic stops involve lots of moving parts/thoughts/tactics and crimes. This session will take you beyond the basics of traffic stops.

 

UDF 109
Explore gun types to match the personalities of various characters of different eras.

 

PS110
Handgun - Fundamentals of the Glock handgun. Live fire on the range. Background check required for all firearms workshops.

 

Main campus CC117
How to move a patient from a bathroom to the ambulance or from a tight corner to the porch (stairs) to the ambulance---demonstrating how to use the stair chair, the gurney ( how it moves, how heavy it is, how it locks in the ambulance, and more!

 

PS111
The science behind bloodstain patterns and spatter. Hands-on session that includes time with SPATTER HEAD! *HIT class

 

2:45 pm


PS 107
Learn through step-by-step, hands-on experience how to draw the face of a memory through a composite drawing. Supplies provided.

 

PS109
Session explores how NarCan is used to prevent deaths of citizens

 

PS108, Tac House, and UDF
Heart-pounding and emotion-filled action and excitement as you, the officer, are confronted with deadly-force situations. Will you make the right call?

 

PS110
Learn the basics of the .223 patrol rifle, nomenclature, field stripping, fundamentals, and live fire on the rifle range. *HIT class

 

FES
As police officers, you and your partner respond to an alarm at a local business. It is up to you to search clear the building. Part of "clearing" involves looking for criminal suspects who may or may not be hiding. Of course, the person you encounter could be the janitor. Or is he?? *Participants will be required to wear protective gear during this hands-on exercise.  *HIT class

 

CC205
Actual courtroom testimony. Experience what it's like to testify as a police officer, recalling traffic-related incidents, responding to legal questions, etc. Learn how your testimony as a law enforcement officer affects and influences a jury.

 

TH201
You will never approach or view staircases the same way again, ever! This session details how officers safely approach, explore, and evaluate stairways. Hands-on.

 

CC212
How prevaliant is it? Who is vulnerable, Why? How are investigations conducted? This session will explore the 5 W’s and How of Human Traffic Investigations,

 

CC210
Police dogs doing what they do best. Bring your questions and cameras, because these four-legged cops are anxious to show off, just for you!

 

UDF
Learn how a projectile behaves when it hits its mark and then transfers its kinetic energy to the target.

 

TH202
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care will walk you through the simulated environment of stopping a blood gushing wound. Realism beyond belief!

 

TH206
Crime scenes always tell a story, which shows up most clearly in behavioral clues. This can mean anything from signatures that link crimes to indicators of staged crimes to predictors of dangerous future behavior. This session shows writers how to spot and interpret behavioral clues during criminal profiling or psychological autopsy.

 

PS 113
What causes PTSD? The effects on officers and their families. The symptoms of PTSD and treatments. How departments and other officers respond to those suffering the effects of PTSD. How cumulative stress can impact performance and health.

 

UDF 105
Making a traffic stop can be one of the most dangerous aspects of police work. Traffic stops involve lots of moving parts/thoughts/tactics and crimes. This session will take you beyond the basics of traffic stops.

 

TH301
Design, use, and impact of Taser - Observe actual Taser deployments and their effects/impacts on the human body. Volunteers?

 

Main campus CC117
How to move a patient from a bathroom to the ambulance or from a tight corner to the porch (stairs) to the ambulance---demonstrating how to use the stair chair, the gurney ( how it moves, how heavy it is, how it locks in the ambulance, and more!

 

ODOT
Experience the difficulty of multitasking while driving, observing, and communicating, and all while utilizing lights and siren. *HIT class

 

4:15 pm



 

6:30 pm


Hallway Adjacent to Ballroom B1B2
The Reader's Loft Bookstore Opens for Business

 

Hotel - Iroquois Banquet Complex
6:30 - 7:00pm

 

7 pm


Hotel - Rm TBA
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

 

8:15 pm


Hotel - Rm TBA
8:15 - 9:00 p.m.

 

9 pm


Hotel - Great Lakes Complex
9:00pm -

 

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