The Triple Aim of Officer Wellness

Boost Retention | Reduce Costs | Improve Employee Performance

April 1-2, 2019
Crowne Plaza Miami Airport | Miami, FL
#OfficerWellnessIEN


Recognized as one of the six pillars in the 21st Century Policing Task Force, officer wellness encompasses physical fitness, mental health, nutrition, and stress reduction.  By mixing mandatory programs with incentive-based initiatives, your agency can improve retention, morale, and officer health while reducing costs.  We’re calling this the “Triple Aim” of officer wellness.  Reduce costs, improve health, and have happier and more productive officers.
 
Attend IEN’s The Triple Aim of Officer Wellness to hear from officer wellness experts along with early agency trailblazers.  Discuss best practices for implementation, avoid common pitfalls, and learn how to scale your wellness efforts


Key topics will include


Organizational Readiness: Creating a Culture for Wellness
Getting Officers to Ask for Help
Critical Incident Stress Management and Peer-Support Models

Family-Wellness: Getting Help for Officers and Their Domestic Relations
Wellness Practices for Officer-Involved Shootings

Public Enemy Number One: Combating Heart Disease in Officers
Officer Suicide: Prevention and Handling the Aftermath
Addressing Alcohol and Substance Abuse Within an Agency

Who will you meet?


  • Law enforcement, fire, and public safety agencies including but not limited to:
  • Police Chiefs and Sheriffs
  • Deputy and Assistant Chiefs and Sheriffs
  • Captains, Lieutenants and Commanders
  • HR Managers
  • City Managers
  • Civil Service Directors

Benefits of attending

Hear pilots and implementation models from agencies on the forefront of officer wellness
Find out how to aggressively address officer depression, heart disease, obesity, alcoholism, and suicide
Improve employee performance without adding to the budget
Network with other law enforcement and public safety agencies from across the country

Speakers

Sergeant Chris Scallon

Retired, Norfolk Police Department, Director of Public Safety, Chateau Recovery

Lieutenant Jonathan Sheinberg

Medical Director, Cedar Park Police Department

Travis Snyder

Administrator, Physical Training Program, State of Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions

Sergeant Desiree Spurlock

Wellness Unit, San Diego Police Department

Sergeant Clarke Paris

Founder, The Pain Behind the Badge

Deputy Inspector Mark Wachter

Commanding Officer – Career Enhancement Division, NYPD

Sergeant William Gleason

In-Service Training, Prince George’s County Police Department

Sean Riley

President & Founder, Safe Call Now

Lieutenant Janna Salisbury*

Commanding Officer – Employee Assistance Unit, NYPD

Sergeant Scott Vincent

Training Department, City of Bend Police Department

Sergeant Aaron Snyder

Professional Development Coordinator, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department

Craig Ewing

National Outreach Liaison, The Florida House Experience

Captain John Schaffer

Investigative Services, Great Falls Police Department

Captain Rodney Rego

Specialized Services Division, Elk Grove Police Department

Sergeant Edwin R. Garrette

Wellness Unit, San Diego Police Department
*pending final confirmation

Schedule


1

April 2019

Monday

  • 8:00 AM

    Registration and Networking Continental Breakfast

  • 8:45 AM

    Conference Sessions:

    • - Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
    • - Organizational Readiness: Creating a Culture for Wellness
  • 10:00 AM

    Networking & Exhibit Break

  • 10:30 AM

    Conference Sessions

    • - Overcoming the Stigma: Getting Officers to Ask for Help
    • - Institutionalizing Wellness: Building a Resilient Organization
  • 12:00 PM

    Luncheon

  • 1:00 PM

    Conference Sessions

    • - Designing and Implementing Top-Notch Peer Support Models to Fill the Wellness Gap
    • - When the Worst Happens: Effectively Managing Officer Wellness for Officer-Involved Shootings
  • 3:00 PM

    Networking Break

  • 3:15 PM

    Conference Sessions

    • - Wellness After the Unimaginable: Prepping for Mental Health After Traumatic Events
    • - Identifying Self-Destructive Tendencies Before Crisis Strikes: Seeing the Signs of Addiction, Depression, and Suicide
  • 5:00 PM

    Networking Reception

  • 6:00 PM

    End of Day

2

April 2019

Tuesday

  • 8:00 AM

    Networking Breakfast

  • 8:45 AM

    Conference Sessions:

    • - Chairperson’s Recap of Day One
    • - Public Enemy Number One: Combating Heart Disease in Officers
  • 10:00 AM

    Networking Break

  • 10:15 AM

    Conference Sessions

    • - Physical Wellness: How to Design a Career-Long Routine for the Tactical Athlete
    • - Utilizing Voluntary Resilience and Stress Reduction Exercises to Save Costs, Jobs, and Lives
  • 12:00 PM

    Networking Luncheon

  • 1:00 PM

    Conference Sessions

    • - Strategies for Addressing Alcohol and Substance Abuse Within an Agency
    • - Understanding the Unique Wellness Challenges Military Veterans Face in Law Enforcement
  • 3:00 PM

    End of Day

Location


Crowne Plaza Miami Airport

950 NW 42nd Ave
Miami, FL 33126
(305) 929-0106

Conveniently located, the Crowne Plaza Miami Airport is just 2 miles from Miami International Airport. After landing, you'll be settled into your room in no time thanks to the complimentary shuttle from the airport to the hotel.

Since the hotel is also 5 miles west of the city center, it perfectly positions you to take advantage of everything that the area has to offer. Local points of interest include visits to Hard Rock Stadium or watching a race at Magic City Casino.

Hotel MdR

IEN has reserved a limited number of rooms available at $135 night.
 
Program attendees should be directed to call 305-929-0106 and ask for the IOW room block code in order to receive the group rate. In addition, reservation requests may also be made via e-mail to [email protected].  Cut-off date for our special rate is March 10th, 2019 or when the room block is full.

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