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January ILCMA Professional Development Event & Metro Luncheon

The ILCMA Professional Development Committee Presents:

“Implications of the Police and Community Relations Improvement Act”

Illinois SB 1304, the Police Reform and Body Camera Act, was signed into law as the Police and Community Relations Improvement Act in August, and mandates numerous procedural and reporting requirements on local law enforcement agencies to start in 2016. This timely and informative presentation will review requirements of the Act, the legislative intents of the Act and its administrative impacts, including equipment, staffing, and documentation requirements. The presentation will clarify what new administrative processes are required, which are not, and will offer time to answer your questions directly. The presenters are:

Chief Pat O’Connor serves as Campus Police Chief at Moraine Valley Community College, Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice and Homeland Security, and Chair of the Illinois Chiefs of Police Legislative Committee will present an in-depth review of the Act and will discuss the new State requirements and offer insights on implementing the requirements at the municipal level.

Don Zoufal formerly served as Legal Counsel for the Illinois Department of Corrections and Chicago Police Department, among other agencies, and is currently an independent consultant for Crowznet Consulting, providing strategic and policy advice on safety and security technology issues.


Date: Thursday, January 21, 2016
Time: 8:30 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 9:00 – 11:30 a.m. Presentations

Addresses ICMA Practice Area 3 : Functional and and Personal Development Operational Expertise

Cost: $35 for Professional Development Only or $55 if also attending the Metro Manager Luncheon ($5 discount)

            Members in Transition – Register online or email Alex Galindo

Cancellations must be made January 18, 2016.
Any cancellations after that date will require full payment.

ILCMA January 2016 Professional Development Flyer

Please join the Metro Managers for the January Luncheon: “Law Enforcement Technologies: At What Cost?”

The deployment of robotic cameras, drones, body-worn cameras, automated license plate recognition systems, and biometric technologies are increasingly considered by local governments to enhance law enforcement effectiveness. Join this discussion of law enforcement technologies to understand their potential benefits as well as important management considerations such as planning for true costs of ownership, data storage implications, and community reception.

Invite your Police Chief to attend with you!


Date: Thursday, January 21, 2016

Speaker:  Michael Alsup, Chair of Communications and Technology Committee, Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police. Chief Alsup recently retired from law enforcement after 42 years of service, most recently as Chief of Police of Harper College in Palatine

Time: 11:30 a.m. networking – 12:00 p.m. luncheon

Cost: $25.00 check or cash payable at the door (Interns & MITs are Free).
           $55.00 if also attending the ILCMA Professional Development Event: “Implications of the Police and Community Relations Improvement Act”
Members in Transition – you can now register online or email RSVP to

**ILCMA members – invite an MIT to lunch today!!

Cancellations must be made by January 18, 2016.
Any cancellations after that date will require full payment. Payment not received by event date will be invoiced with a $5 invoicing fee.

Questions about this form please contact Alex Galindo 815-753-5424 or

Metro Managers January 2016 Luncheon Flyer

  • Professional Development Event
    January 21, 2016
    8:30 am - 11:30 am
  • Metro Luncheon
    January 21, 2016
    11:30 am - 1:00 pm
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