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2012 Emergency Services Sector Security Summit

The Emergency Services Sector Coordinating Council is sponsoring the 2012 Emergency Services Sector Coordinating Council Summit in Denver, Colorado on August 1, 2012.  The Summit provides a forum for representatives from the Emergency Services Sector community to network with other first responder professionals, share best practices, learn about issues affecting the sector, and gain insight into the roles of federal, state, and local agencies and departments involved in sector security.

Summit attendees are welcome to attend the FRI expo hall and can also register for the full FRI conference.

Check out the preliminary agenda today.

Registration is now open. Register today! For more information contact  

Benefits of Attending

This year’s event will include informational sessions on a variety of topics, such as: pandemic preparedness, incident response team capabilities, cybersecurity threats and initiatives, credentialing,  and  first responder grants. 

Breakout sessions will allow attendees to better understand the emergency services security environment through small group discussions, and provide networking opportunities with DHS officials, industry peers, and practitioner/responders in the field. 

There is no registration fee associated with the one day summit.

Who Should Attend

Emergency Services and related industry professionals involved with:
• Emergency Management
• Emergency Medical Services
• Fire
• Health and Safety
• Law Enforcement
• Public Works

Key Topics

• Cybersecurity Threats and Initiatives
• Pandemic Preparedness
• Lessons Learned from Natural Disasters
• Homeland Security Resources
• New Initiatives in the Emergency 
   Services Sector

"The Emergency Sector Summit will be a wonderful opportunity for first responder community to gain a deeper understanding of the sector. The summit will give you an opportunity to interact with leaders in the field as well as learn about new initiatives and resources designed to support sector partners.  With topics designed to highlight major issues in the Emergency Sector, it is a day not to be missed!"

Daniel Schultz, Section Chief, Emergency Services Sector