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Intelligence and Law Enforcement

This Event Occured on October 30, 2013

Location: Altamira Training Center

1881 Campus Commons Drive, Suite 205, Reston, VA  20191

Registration Fee: $15

 

Overview:

Law enforcement and intelligence organizations recognize the need to collaborate, share, and exchange information; however, the events leading up to 9/11 document how the legal and artificial boundaries between them created a serious impediment to protecting the country. The intelligence community uses information to gauge foreign capabilities and intentions while members of law enforcement organizations collect information to support prosecution. These two missions, when coupled with the new and evolving structures and policies challenge any organization involved to prioritize their activities to maximize their effectiveness and efficiently leverage their partners capabilities.  This EPIC speaker series event will bring together a panel of distinguished law enforcement and Intelligence Community representatives to explore the two communities, look at why they protect information differently, why there is sometimes a reluctance to share, and what has to be overcome to bring them together. 

 

Moderator:

Mr. Bart Johnson (bio)

Executive Director

International Association of Chiefs of Police

Panelists:

Mr. Lee “Tip” Wight

Executive Director

Washington Regional Threat and Analysis Center

Mr. Jeff Crocker

FBI Hostage Rescue Team

Ms. Maureen Baginski

Fmr. Executive Assistant Director for Intelligence

FBI

Discussion Questions:

  • Is there a seam between the authorities of the intelligence community and law enforcement?

  • Is collaboration and information sharing enabled or inhibited by the current laws and organization structures?

  • How do organizations charged with both intelligence and law enforcement balance these missions?

  • Is information shared as effectively as possible in light of the end goal of homeland security or is it ruled by policies and regulations that inhibit homeland security?

Free parking is available in the lot directly in front of the building!

 


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This EPIC Speaker Series Event is supported by

Background:

The AFCEA Emerging Professionals in Intelligence Committee (EPIC) is an exciting, high-energy group focused on developing leadersnetworking, and giving back to the Intelligence Community (IC). The Committee, comprised of IC professionals under the age of 40 from both the public and private sectors, enhances AFCEA’s outreach and education to the IC. The Committee is an extension of the longstanding and highly regarded AFCEA Intelligence Committee.

 

If you have any additional questions please contact Chris Gogoel by email at cgogoel@afcea.org or by phone at (703)-631-6210

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