2023 Utah Public Safety Summit
Join us May 23rd and 24th in St. George!
Laura Stack and Dr. Craig Manning
Registration is open!
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Registration is open!
The Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) invites you to the 2023 Utah Public Safety Summit. The conference was designed with public safety professionals in mind and focuses on leadership, educational experiences, critical networking opportunities, and best practices.
Join us May 23rd and 24th, in St. George, Utah, at the Dixie Convention Center. Topics will include
- School safety
- Incident reviews and case studies
- Peer support
- Disasters planning and support resources
- Current drug trends and issues
- Community partnerships
- Traffic Safety
- Law enforcement case studies
You’ll leave this two-day conference with valuable information and lessons from peers who represent organizations across the country. DPS is proud to serve the state in more ways than one, from patrolling highways to preparing Utahns for emergency situations. The Department is honored to host this conference to further prepare our public safety professionals in our great state.
In-service training hours are available for attending this conference. More information will be presented at the conference.
Conference App with Agenda, Schedule, Speaker Info & More
This year, we’ve chosen Whova as the app for our schedule, agenda, and more.
You can download the app by clicking on the links below.
Speakers are already posting articles and asking questions, so don’t wait to get the app and get started on your conference experience today!
Sponsorship and Exhibitor Opportunities Available
The Utah Public Safety Summit is one of the leading gatherings of public safety officials from throughout the state of Utah. In recent years, there have been over 500 public safety professionals in attendance. Organizations interested in becoming an exhibitor or sponsor should contact Jed Crittenden at email@example.com.
Use the links below to book rooms in the blocks reserved for the safety summit.
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