The Omni Parker House
60 School St, Boston, MA 02108
The 2016 Emergency Communications & Response Summit
May 9-12, 2016
THANKS TO OUR PLATINUM SPONSOR
We are excited to have you join us to:
- Provide critical input into Rave’s product roadmap
- Discuss the latest issues, trends, and best practices in 9-1-1 and emergency response
- Network with colleagues from across the country
- Enjoy 3 days of spring in Boston and at Fenway Park
We would greatly benefit from and invite supervisory-level or above personnel to attend from your agency and partner agencies.
As a valued partner, Rave will cover the expense of all meals and events, including a Red Sox Game on the evening of May 11th. As an attendee, you will also have access to Rave’s negotiated rate of $289 plus tax per night at the Omni Parker House Hotel.
We look forward to seeing you in Boston this May!
For questions or additional information, please contact:
Noah Reiter, Sr. Director of Customer Success
General Summit Session: Preliminary Agenda
William B. Evans
Boston Police Commissioner
Commissioner Charles Ramsey (ret.)
Washington, D.C. & Philadelphia Police Departments
Panel: Responding to the Active Shooter Incident
In 2015, there were 294 mass shootings in the U.S. – and not just on college and school campuses. This panel brings together experts to discuss the procedures, training, and technology they use to enhance response to the Active Shooter.
- Benjamin Cazenoves, Paris Terrorist Attack Survivor
- Commissioner William Evans, Boston Police Department
- Dr. Eric Goralnick, Brigham & Women’s Hospital
- Warren Bamford, VP-Global Security, National Grid
- Director Maureen Will, Newtown (CT) Emergency Communications Center
Panel: Addressing the Heroin & Synthetic Drug Epidemics
The rate of heroin-overdose deaths between 2002 and 2013 has nearly quadrupled, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Coupled with responding to individuals who have overdosed on potent synthetic substances, first responders and communities are presented with great challenges. This panel will report from the front lines on innovative programs for combating this wave of overdoses.
- Dr. Mark Escott, Montgomery (TX) Public Health Authority
- Director Timothy Smith, Ottawa County (MI) Central Dispatch
- Chief Michael E. Botieri, Plymouth (MA) Police Department
- Joseph L. O’Hare, III, NREMT-P – Deputy Superintendent, Boston EMS
Lieutenant Governor, Massachusetts