LAW ENFORCEMENT/SECURITY EXPO PIER 92 NEW YORK CITY
The first Annual New York Law
Enforcement/Security Exposition and Conference was held on the Show Piers on the Hudson, Pier 92 on April 4-5, 2007. The Expo was restricted to properly credentialed members of the law enforcement and
security fields. This was an opportunity to network with fellow members of the police and security and to be introduced to cutting edge ideas. Representatives of the FBI
and the NYPD as well as scores of security professionals were on hand to meet with and share ideas with the police and security professionals who attended. The Expo was presented by Kelly Simon Productions who are now preparing for the 2008 Expo.
New York Cop Online Magazine, www.nycop.com was a member of the advisory board for the Expo. Over 900 professionals in law enforcement and security attended the Expo.
Ed Reuss with Lt. Darren Tomasello, Atlantic County NJ Sheriff’s Office
Sgt Marlon Larin, NYPD with Police Cadet Alexandra Castillo
Sergeant Marlon Larin, NYPD with Police Cadet Alexandra Castillo
explained the NYPD Cadet Corps program. Sergeant Larin
pointed out the financial benefit to cadets. Up to $64,000 in full/part-time employment as well as $20,000 in tuition reimbusements with completion of the Police Cadet Program
and service as a Police Officer for two years. Those interested in the Police Cadet Corps Program can call 212-NY CADET
or visit www.nyc.gov/nypd and follow the links to the Police Cadet Corps
for additional information.
Sharon L. Bolyard, FBI, CJIS Division at the Pier 92 Expo
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Identification Investigative Services
Section exhibited at the Expo.
Det. Miguel Perez, NYPD (retired) Law Enforcement Liaison with Absolute Software
Miguel Perez, Det. NYPD (retired)
now the Law Enforcement Liaison with Absolute Software, www.absolute.com explained the use of Lo-Jack Computrace
to trace and locate stolen laptops. Det Perez uses his experience in law enforcement in this emerging technology. The great success
with recovery of stolen vehicles thru the use of Lo-Jack technology is now being utilized in the recovery of stolen laptops.
Sgt Juan Perez, 1st VP of IPA, Region 2 NYC with JJ Sullivan, Hobbies Officer
The International Police Association, Region 2, NYC was represented by Sgt Juan Perez, NYPD
who is the 1st Vice President and Hobbies Officer J.J. Sullivan. For information about the IPA, go to their website: IPA - New York Region 2
Two informative exhibitions at the Expo were the booths maintained by Reverse 911. www.reverse911.com and Crime Scene Clean- Up www.crimesceneclean-up.com
Both of these firms fulfill critical roles in emergency management.
Kelly Simon, President of Kelly Simon Productions
To exhibit at the 2008 Expo, contact the following:
KELLY SIMON PRODUCTIONS
1600 Ranch Drive
Latrobe, PA 15650
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