Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Fwd: DEA and FBI on Top Border Security Initiatives

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Date: May 15, 2012 2:59:06 PM MST
Subject: DEA and FBI on Top Border Security Initiatives
Reply-To: HSToday <noreply@newsletters.hstoday.us>

Border Management Southwest

Have you heard the buzz about Border Management Southwest Summit 2012? The event takes placeNEXT week (May 21-23) and there are only a few tickets remaining, so be sure to secure your spot today before space runs out. 

Please see the event brochure at www.BorderManagementSummit.com/Southwest for full information including the Border Security Technologies Focus Day and Sheriff's Panel.

Here's a small sample of the speakers you'll find in the brochure:

- Michael J. Fisher, Chief of the U.S. Border Patrol
- [***Just Added!***] Joint Field Commander Jeff Self (oversees all of AZ's Border Patrol, Field Ops, and Air & Marine functions)
- USM David P. Gonzales, US Marshal for Arizona District
- Jeffrey B. Stirling, Acting Chief Special Operations Division/ATF National Coordinator, Southwest Border 
- Richard A. Barlow, Chief Patrol Agent, US Border Patrol, Tucson Sector 
- Doug Coleman
, Special Agent in Charge, DEA, Phoenix Division
- James Turgal, Special Agent in Charge, FBI, Phoenix Division
- Many more, including CBP Air and Marine, DHS, ICE, GAO, JNLWD, JTF-N & DARPA

Easy registration is available online at www.BorderManagementSummit.com/Southwest or by contacting us at +1 800-882-8684 info@idga.org. Please be sure to quote code HSem_BSW for express service. 

Lastly, take a look at these exclusive speaker interviews to get a sense of what to expect:

Speaker Podcast: Chief Patrol Agent Richard Barlow on the Tucson Sector
Mr. Barlow discusses the challenges of patrolling this vast area and his efforts to deter illicit activity along Tucson Sector's 262 mile US-Mexico border…Listen here or view transcript here

Speaker Q&A: Battling Violent Crime on the Border with DEA Special Agent in Charge, Phoenix Division, Doug Coleman
Mexican drug trafficking organizations are the most significant operational threat in Arizona. They are in direct contact with distribution networks in Arizona to coordinate drug transportation.

- Mexico's "Narco-Refugees": The Looming Challenge for US National Security
-  FBI Insights: Next Generation Border Security with Kim Del Greco 

I hope you found the speaker interviews and other content pieces to be intruiging and informative. Thanks and I hope to see you this month in Tucson!

Very Respectfully,

Diego Rubio and the Border Management Team 

Check out the resource library for more exclusive content and remember to 
ask about team discounts when registering.

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 If so, please contact Thomas Boccard at 
1-646-253-5517 or tom.boccard@idga.org

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