The Florida Law Enforcement Property Recovery Unit (FLEPRU) organization revealed the agenda for their 2019 Training Conference set for November 5-7 in Orlando. The agenda includes presentations aimed at both law enforcement and retail investigations and partnerships.
Feature presentations include the following topics:
- “Pulse Nightclub Active Shooter” by the Orlando Police Department SWAT
- “Mental Health Signs and Symptoms for First Responders” by Doug Monda of Survive First
- “Interviewing Victims and Witnesses” by Bryan Barlow of the International Association of Interviewers
Other conference topics at this year’s conference include:
- Property Crime Investigations and Trends
- Digital Evidence and Cell Phone Investigations
- Organized Retail Crime
- Auto Theft Investigations
- Fraud and Financial Crime Investigations
- E-commerce Investigations
- Social Media Investigations
- Pawnshop and Secondhand Dealer Investigations
Retail Fusion Center
In addition to the conference training curriculum there will be a Retail Fusion Center where retailers and law enforcement can collaborate about best practices, investigative strategies, and share intelligence with one another. Retailers attending the event are strongly urged to participate in the Retail Fusion Center to maximize the ability to network with law enforcement detectives from around the State of Florida.
Registration for the conference can be found here. If you are registering two or more from any single department or organization, the immediate supervisor can attend the conference for free. In order to take advantage of this special offer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the discount code prior to registration to ensure they are not charged.
Send all correspondences or questions about the conference to email@example.com.
FLEPRU is a non-profit, statewide organization comprised of law enforcement property crime detectives and investigators throughout the State of Florida. In addition to the law enforcement agencies represented, the organization also is a voice for the many retailer investigators all working to combat property-related crimes throughout the state. The organization goals include raising the percentage of recovered stolen property, assisting in legislative matters to help all stakeholders impacted by property crimes, educating members through the annual training conference, networking with our peers throughout the state, and building stronger relationships between the public and private sector.