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2nd Annual Multi-Jurisdictional Training Conference

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2nd Annual Multi-Jurisdictional Training Conference
 
April 14-15, 2015
Clearwater River Casino
Lewiston, ID
 
Organized by the Nez Perce Tribal Police Department, this conference is designed to bring jurisdictions together to develop an understanding of the problems and challenges faced in an effort to collaborate for safer communities.
 
By increasing understanding and finding common ground, the attendees strive to work together to find solutions to these problems and challenges. Creating a collaborative approach to improve working relationships, increase officer safety and unify in reducing crime and fear of crime.
 
Conference design includes morning plenary sessions featuring keynote speakers and panels. Afternoons are breakout sessions with a variety of training for law enforcement or government problems and challenges faced in an effort to collaborate for safter communities.
 
 
Conference design includes morning plenary sessions featuring keynote speakers and panels. Afternoons are breakout sessions with a variety of training for law enforcement or government problems and challenges faced in an effort to collaborate for safer communities. designed to bring jurisdictions together to develop an understanding of the problems and challenges faced in an effort to collaborate for safer communities.
 
By increasing understanding and finding common ground, the attendees strive to work together to find solutions to these problems and challenges. Creating a collaborative approach to improve working relationships, increase officer safety and unify in reducing crime and fear of crime.
 
Conference design includes morning plenary sessions featuring keynote speakers and panels. Afternoons are breakout sessions with a variety of training for law enforcement or government.problems and challenges faced in an effort to collaborate for safer communities.to bring jurisdictions together to develop an understanding of the problems and challenges faced in an effort to collaborate for safer communities.
 
By increasing understanding and finding common ground, the attendees strive to work together to find solutions to these problems and challenges. Creating a collaborative approach to improve working relationships, increase officer safety and unify in reducing crime and fear of crime.
 
Conference design includes morning plenary sessions featuring keynote speakers and panels. Afternoons are breakout sessions with a variety of training for law enforcement or government.problems and challenges faced in an effort to collaborate for safer communities.

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