Conferences & Learning
Executive Development Institute
Event Sponsored by:
The Executive Development Institute is a program sponsored by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) to train current and newly appointed executives on law enforcement leadership and management topics pertaining to a campus environment. It returns after a one-year hiatus with a new and expanded format. The target audience is managers with the following titles: chief of police, director of public safety, director of security, and command personnel such as captain or assistant director being considered for promotion. The majority of law enforcement training resources and organizational attention is primarily directed to recruits, and then to supervisory, specialty and in-service training. For campus law enforcement executives, there are few, if any, programs tailored to address the demands of a campus environment.We are proud to offer this program and you are invited to attend.
IACLEA Hosted Successful 2014 Executive Development Institute
The 2014 EDI was held at the George Washington University’s Virginia Science and Technology campus in Ashburn, VA, about five miles from Dulles International Airport. The program ran from Monday afternoon, March 10, 2014, through Friday, March 14, 2014, at noon, and featured a variety of dynamic speakers, including a keynote presentation from Sheldon, Greenberg, PhD, Johns Hopkins University School of Education, Division of Public Safety Leadership.
Thank You to the 2014 Event Sponsor:
A special thanks to Siemens Industry, Inc. for sponsoring the 2014 EDI program. Siemens, an IACLEA Corporate Partner, designs its security solutions to not only meet, but exceed customer needs — today and tomorrow. They provide the industry-specific experience and technology to define customers’ needs, as well as design, build, commission, operate, maintain and, finally, modernize and expand their customers’ security solution.
Their portfolio includes Siemens and third-party products. Visit them online at: http://www.usa.siemens.com/security
Thanks to a generous grant by the Motorola Solutions Foundation, twelve scholarships (in the amount of $950 each) were awarded to eligible minority candidates for the purposes of attending the 2014 Executive Development Institute.