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ASLET Conference Arrives This Month

January 01, 2000  | 

The American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers will hold its 13th International Training Seminar and Law Enforcement Expo Jan. 11-15, 2000, in Richmond, Va. Each year ASLET, which features top trainers speaking on topics ranging from legal issues to use of force, draws approximately 1,000 police professionals and industry representatives from across the country.

In the wake of the Columbine High School murders last spring and numerous other school-student shootings the past several years, POLICE magazine is assisting ASLET in presenting Mass Violence in America: The Law Enforcement Response...What Have We Learned?, an afternoon panel discussion in Richmond with tactical and other training experts from throughout the United States. It will be moderated by POLICE Executive Editor Dennis Hall and is slated Wednesday, Jan. 12, from 4-6 p.m. at the Richmond Marriott. Educators, administrators and operations staff are also encouraged to attend

Also this year, ASLET is offering a special Passport Option for entry to the conference for non-ASLET members who are sworn, credentialed law enforcement officers. This Special Event pass will cost just $25 at the ASLET conference registration table at the Richmond Marriott. The Special Event pass will entitle the bearer to the panel presentation, the Exhibitor Farewell Reception 6-8 p.m. and the Law Enforcement Expo held at the Richmond Centre, 400 East Marshall Street, Richmond, Va. 23219 held that day.

Firearms training opportunities and a large exhibitors hall, featuring the latest in law enforcement products, are also offered. For more information, call (302) 645-4080 or visit www.aslet.com.


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