Attend sessions focused on your industry, meet with dedicated specialists and get the most from your community’s safety investment at Rave Summit 2020 in Boston, November 9-10, 2020.
In between sessions, you'll be able to network with your peers, explore the city of Boston and enjoy a lively evening networking event.
The Charter50 Program members are selected for their dedication toward improving the emergency response landscape, being the first to implement the Rave 911 Suite within their state and serving as an example for counties and cities across the United States.
Hotel Commonwealth is a premier luxury Boston hotel and only steps from historic Fenway Park and Kenmore Square. Come stay in the heart and soul of Boston!
We have arranged for a discounted room rate of $269+tax per night for all Rave User Summit guests until April 1, 2020. After April 1, price will increase to $279+tax per night until October 9, 2020. Please secure your room reservations here:
Product Training (Optional)
You’re convinced that you want to attend Rave Summit 2020 Boston, and we really want you there; now it’s time to convince your boss! Most managers will be concerned about the return on investment—every dollar must be justified, and so does the time away from the office. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Presenting at Rave Summit is an excellent opportunity to display your thought leadership and share your knowledge and experience with a crowd of your peers excited to share and learn new best practices. Each selected presenter will be provided with complimentary registration, a thank you gift, a PowerPoint template and a consultation session with a member of Rave's Customer Success team to help guide the development of their presentation.
It was nice to hear Chief Brown talk about the events of 7/7. I was there with @disdpolice and got to see his leadership first hand that night. Several @dcccd officers were on the front lines that evening. #RaveSummit #DallasStrong pic.twitter.com/aRF8VcB7Pd— Lt. Keith Clicque (@KCDCCCD) April 9, 2019
The #RaveSummit starts today with Steven Smith with @GuardianDefens talking about lessons learned from the Parkland tragedy. Training and communication is critical. @RaveMSafety pic.twitter.com/Jjr03Whemt— Lt. Keith Clicque (@KCDCCCD) April 10, 2019