Annandale, VA, May 8, 2013 – Cotter Research, Inc., a leading advocate and consulting firm for law enforcement, announced that Registration is now open for the Cotter Research 2013 Summer Law Enforcement Conference: A Web-Based Event. The agenda includes subject matter experts from across the United States who will discuss Officer Safety, Line of Duty Deaths, Active Shooter, and more. http://www.cotterresearch.com/Agenda.html
The three day event will center on topics related to Officer Safety, Line of Duty Deaths, Active Shooter, TEMS, and more. We believe our concept of hosting a "web-based conference" on mission critical topics will help individuals and organizations advance their knowledge issues facing today's law enforcement officers without paying fees for travel related expenses.
The reality is that many organizations, both public and private, do not have the funding or cash-flow they used to have and keeping our nation’s law enforcement officers well-informed on these mission critical topics remains a constant. Cotter Research decided that the best and most cost effective way to still deliver the necessary information to the field is to do this in a web-based setting. This completely removes the cost of travel for everyone. Plus, it is also a "green" concept! http://www.cotterresearch.com/2013_Summer_Conference.html
Registration is FREE for all Cotter Research Members. If you are not a current member, you can join today. After you sign up as a Cotter Research Member, you will be automatically registered for this event. http://www.cotterresearch.com/Membership.html
For Non-Members, the Conference Registration Fee is only $75 for the full event. http://www.cotterresearch.com/Registration.html
About Cotter Research
Cotter Research, Inc was established in 2009 to provide consulting services to public and private organizations. Cotter Research is a small, woman-owned business located in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area. Ms. Heather R Cotter, President and CEO, founded Cotter Research because she is an advocate for law enforcement. Having previously been employed by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, she understands that although agencies have similar operations and missions, every agency is unique when it comes to their standard operating procedures, business requirements, and communities they serve.
News and information are available at www.cotterresearch.com
Heather R. Cotter
Direct: (703) 992-0782