Law enforcement is invited to attend the Texas Intelligence, Cyber, & Counterterrorism Conference, October 17, 18, and 19th 2017, in Midlothian, TX. Officers, administrators, and analysts from more than 75 law enforcement agencies have confirmed their attendance.
The opening keynote will be given by Midlothian Police Chief Carl D. Smith. Chief Smith leads the host agency, the Midlothian Police Department, which is honored to host this event that focuses on intelligence capabilities and sharing, cyber security and cyber crime, and counter terror operations.
We are proud to welcome Sheriff Bill Waybourn (Tarrant County); former Navy SEAL and Carry The Load founder Clint Bruce; Deputy Chief Bill Humphrey (Dallas Police Department); District Attorney of New York Intelligence Chief Kevin Branzetti; NYPD Deputy Inspector and Chief of Criminal Intelligence Robby Rios; NYPD Director of Information Security Yosef Lehrman; FBI Special Agent Laird Hightower; and Garland Lieutenant Dan Colasanto among our notable keynote speakers.
The Midlothian Police Department is the host agency for this event, which will bring together the most accomplished law enforcement intelligence, cyber, counterterror, and counter-human-trafficking professionals from around the country for three days of training, presentations and demonstrations.
Attendance is free, but this event is strictly limited to 300 attendees from the Law Enforcement Community. To sign up for tickets, please visit our tickets page.
Attendees must be sworn law enforcement, or civilian employees of a law enforcement agency. There are no exceptions. No media will be admitted.