HOMELAND SECURITY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL
Friday, March 24, 2017 | 8:00 AM – noon
The Inland Empire Center for Economics and Public Policy at Claremont McKenna College (CMC) is hosting a conference on the role of local governments in the fight against terrorism. The conference will be held at the McKenna Auditorium in the Claremont McKenna College campus. We expect 100-120 local public safety officials, elected officials, business leaders, and Claremont Colleges students and faculty.
8:00 AM – Registration & breakfast
8:30 AM – WELCOME REMARKS: Andrew E. Busch, Director, Rose Institute of State and Local Government, CMC
9:15 AM – PANEL 1: READINESS: COORDINATION, INFORMATION SHARING, PREPARATION
- Stephen Woolery, FBI Special Agent in charge of Counterterrorism in Los Angeles
- Ramon Leon, Riverside County Emergency Management Department
- Dr. Robert J. Bunker, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College
10:15 – BREAK
10:30 AM – PANEL 2: RESPONSE: LESSONS LEARNED FROM SAN BERNARDINO
- Jarrod Burguan, Chief of Police, City of San Bernardino
- Steve Higgins, Assistant Sheriff, San Bernardino County
- Jim Bueermann, President, Police Foundation, former police chief of Redlands
11:30 AM – CLOSING REMARKS: Congresswoman Norma J. Torres
Tickets are $75 per person; Groups of 5 at $325.
A select number of SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES are available.
For questions or more information, contact Marionette Moore at 909-607-7265.