Time & Location
Dec 07, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST
Tampa, 513 S Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33602, USA
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DEA, Special Operations Division, US DOJ
Executive Director, Center for Justice and Human Dignity
CPT. JASON PIOTROWSKI
Office of Drug Monitoring & Analysis, New Jersey State Police
MORNING PLENARY, 9:00 A.M.-10:30 A.M.
PRESENTATION OF COLORS - Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office Color Guard
INVOCATION- Chaplain Clarence Nathan, Tampa Police Department
WELCOME - Chief Anthony Holloway, St. Petersburg Police Department
WELCOME - Sheriff Chad Chronister, Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office
FROM THE BIG HOUSE TO THE WHITE HOUSE: UNLOCKING POTENTIAL - Christopher Poulos, Executive Director, Center for Justice and Human Dignity
BREAKOUT SESSION 1 (SELECT ONE), 10:45 A.M.-11:45 A.M.
CIVILIAN RESPONSE TEAMS - Megan McGee, Assistant Director, Administrative Services Bureau St. Petersburg Police Department and Meghan Harrigan, Senior Director of Behavioral Health, Gulf Coast JFCS
A significant portion of 911 and non-emergency calls are related to quality-of-life and other low-priority incidents that may require a time-sensitive response but are better suited to civilian responders, rather than armed police officers. Some calls may not require a time-sensitive response at all. This break-out session will feature two such programs, the Community Assistance and Life Liaison program, a partnership between St. Petersburg Police Department and Gulf Coast JFCS and the Quick Response Team, (QRT), partnership between Gulf Coast JFCS and several law enforcement agencies within Pinellas County.
ODMAP: LEVERAGING REAL-TIME DATA TO DRIVE REAL-TIME OVERDOSE RESPONSE STRATEGIES - Ali Burrell, ODMAP Program Manager, Washington/Baltimore HIDTA
The Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP) provides near real-time overdose surveillance data across jurisdictions to support public safety and public health efforts to mobilize an immediate response to an overdose spike. Developed and managed by the Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (W/B HIDTA), ODMAP links first responders on scene to a mapping tool to track overdoses to stimulate a real-time response and strategic analysis across jurisdictions. It is a mobile- friendly tool, capable of being used in the field on any mobile device or data terminal. ODMAP is available to state, local, federal, and tribal public safety and public health agencies, first responders, and hospitals with emergency departments.
LUNCH PLENARY, 12:00 P.M.-1:30 P.M.
INVOCATION - Rev. J.C. Pritchett II, Chair, Live Tampa Bay Faith Committee
INTRODUCTION BY THE CHAIRS - David Pizzo, West Market President, Florida Blue and Bemetra Simmons, President and CEO, Tampa Bay Partnership
OVERDOSE CRISIS AND RESPONSE: STATE OF THE STATE - Florida Drug Czar Doug Simon, Director of Office of Drug Control, Office of Policy and Budget, Executive Office of the Governor
UNIFYING EFFORTS TO COMBAT THE ESCALATING NATIONAL SECURITY THREATS TO AMERICA; THE FENTANYL CRISIS - Derek Maltz, Drug Enforcement Administration, Special Operations Division, United States Department of Justice
BREAKOUT SESSION 2 (SELECT ONE), 1:45 P.M.-2:30 P.M.
SEISMIC SHIFT - Drug Czar John Hulick, Senior Program Manager, Substance Abuse, Palm Beach County Community Services Department
Moving from a treatment-centric to a person-centered, recovery-oriented system of care. This workshop will review bodies of work related to Recovery Oriented Systems of Care; recovery capital measuring and monitoring; and, the system of care model developed by Palm Beach County’s Office of Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder aimed at improving long-term recovery outcomes and quality of care. The workshop will also provide historical context to the County’s opioid response efforts and the systemic challenges in achieving strategic objectives.
A LABORATORY PERSPECTIVE OF SUSPECTED OVERDOSE INVESTIGATIONS - Reta Newman, Director Pinellas County Forensic Lab
This presentation will address the prevalence of novel and clandestine drugs and highlight the importance of coordination among medical examiners, laboratories and law enforcement in overdose death investigations.
BREAKOUT SESSION 3 (SELECT ONE), 2:40 P.M.-3:30 P.M.
ORLANDO POLICE DEPARTMENT OVERDOSE INVESTIGATIVE UNIT: TARGETING DEALERS AND CARING FOR VICTIMS - Sergeant Tyler Olson, Overdose Investigative Unit Special Enforcement Division, Orlando Police Department
Attendees will learn how OPD has implemented a three-prong approach to combat the opioid/fentanyl epidemic, to include the vital role of our advocacy and outreach program. Presentation will cover overdose death investigations, proactive enforcement efforts, and community outreach and advocacy.
THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM: AN ANALYSIS OF POLICE SUICIDES - Lieutenant Charles Kenniff (ret.), Consultant, International Association of Chiefs of Police
This breakout session covers officer fatigue as, sadly, often a factor in police suicides. The presentation reviews 3 actual cases. Each an example of a different issue (criminal charges, long term marital issues, impulse response) all leading to their deaths. There is a lot of emphasis on "its okay if you are not okay" and ways to positively push back on stigma and get help. The speaker uses this to ensure that the officers understand that they are not immune from mental health issues and addictions just by virtue of their job.
AFTERNOON PLENARY, 3:45 P.M.-5:00 P.M.
OPENING REMARKS - State Senator Darryl Rouson, Florida District 16
BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS AND REDUCING OVERDOSES: THE SHARING OF DATA, RESOURCES AND INTELLIGENCE IS PRODUCING SUCCESSFUL OUTCOMES - Captain Jason Piotrowski, Office of Drug Monitoring and Analysis, New Jersey State Police
CALL TO ACTION - Live Tampa Bay Law Enforcement and First Responder Committee