You’re Invited To The Attorney General’s
Working Summit On Public Safety
by Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen
One of the many roles of the Attorney General is to represent the citizens of Wisconsin. Another very important role is to stand beside, support, interact and partner with the men and woman of Wisconsin’s law enforcement community.
Some of the most important issues that law enforcement officials encounter are dealing with crimes against children and the impact of drugs on society. As your Attorney General, it is my plan that we address the root causes of these issues and identify methods to improve the safety and well being of Wisconsin citizens. Therefore, I am pleased to invite you to the Attorney General’s Working Summit on Public Safety on Thursday and Friday, October 18 and 19, in Wisconsin Dells. This summit should be an excellent opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas on issues with myself, Department of Justice staff, and other law enforcement practitioners.
This summit is intended to be an interactive meeting where law enforcement officers in the field will be provided an opportunity to present their concerns, thoughts, and ideas. It will primarily consist of three topics: Crimes Against Children in Our Age of Technology; The Ever-Evolving Problem of Drugs and Violence; and the Use of the Incident Command System to Manage Disasters. Concluding the summit will be the traditional legal update with Dave Perlman.
The event will be held at the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in Wisconsin Dells. Attendees are invited to an Opening Reception on Wednesday, October 17, and the summit will get underway Thursday morning.
You can register for the summit on-line at www.wilenet.org or complete and mail the registration form found below. All summit materials and meals are included in the registration fee.
I look forward to meeting with you at the summit and having the opportunity to listen to your ideas and concerns. I would like to thank you again for your commitment to excellence in law enforcement, and for the good work you do every day to help protect our children, families and great Wisconsin communities.