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2013 International Law Enforcement Auditors Association (ILEAA) Conference

In today’s public safety climate, the citizenry is demanding more accountability and transparency from their law enforcement organizations. Many of these organizations are being subjected to litigation resulting in lawsuits, or through federal or state oversight judgments. As a result, it is critical that public safety administrators understand the importance of assessing risk within their organizations. The mere method of having supervisors checking on their subordinates is not sufficient. Public safety administrators must now have audit or inspecting personnel conduct extensive assessments of their operations to determine risk management issues. These assessments must be conducted using set standards and practices.

The 2013 ILEAA Conference "Risk Management: Accountability and Transparency in Law Enforcement" is a two-day program designed to provide public safety administrators, auditors, assessors, inspectors and oversight personnel with the tools and techniques needed to conduct successful assessments. The sessions and workshops address the standards and practices used in today’s public safety auditing process. Topics include understanding your risk appetite, risk management and law enforcement oversight, performance auditing skills, and assessing risk within your organization. The facilitators use adult-learning concepts to present the information. This includes lecture, facilitated discussions and learning activities. Attendees will be able to use these practices upon returning to their organizations. The conference facilitators are practicing experts in their respective fields and many are certified auditors, fraud examiners, inspectors general, public safety administrators, and scholars.

Click here to view or download the most current version of the agenda and program brochure.

Date(s):
October 7-8, 2013
Location:
The Commons Learning Center at the J.J. Pickle Research Campus, 10100 Burnet Road, Austin, TX 78758
(between U.S. 183 and Braker Lane)  Directions and maps can be found at this link.
Credit Hours:
12*
*This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards and rules of the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy through the Joint Sponsorship of the LBJ School of Public Affairs and International Law Enforcement Auditors Association. The LBJ School of Public Affairs designates this activity for a maximum of 12 CPE credit hours. The LBJ School of Public Affairs is registered with the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy as a CPE Sponsor (ID No. 000628). This registration does not constitute an endorsement by the Board as to the quality of the CPE program.
Prerequisites:
None
Registration Fee:
$280 - 365
Registration:

REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED

Hotel Options:
The LBJ School has arranged for room blocks at the following nearby hotels. To take advantage of these room blocks, you must reserve your room by SEPTEMBER 21, 2013
  • Hampton Inn Austin Arboretum, 3908 West Braker Lane, Austin, TX 78759
  • Homewood Suite Arboretum, 10925 Stonelake Blvd., Austin, TX 78759
  • Hyatt House, 10001 N. Capital of Texas Highway, Austin, TX 78759
    • Room rate of $108
    • Reserve online at www.hyatthouseaustinarboretum.com and use the corporate group code G-ILEA
    • Reserve via phone directly with central reservations at 866.974.9288 or directly with the hotel at 512.342.8080 and reference the group code ILEAA.
  • Additional nearby hotel properties can be found via this link. Please note properties not listed on this page are not offering a group rate.
Exhibitor Opportunities:
Contact the LBJ School at 512.471.0820
We will be incorporating environmental considerations throughout the meeting to minimize the impact on the environment. We will be considering all aspects of the environment and work to make the conference green by minimizing the use of disposable items, reducing energy consumption, using paperless technology, making informed decisions regarding catering, etc. Greening a program begins before participants have even left home - both in terms of the procedures used for communication, and in making participants aware of the green nature of the meeting and their own responsibilities.

Our ultimate aim is Reuse, Reduce, Restore, Recycle and Replenish.