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How to Avoid Being the Next News Headline (Oak Brook, IL)

The Horton Group

Thursday, June 15, 2017 from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM (CDT)

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Registration is from 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM | Lunch for Attendees

“Police department ordered to pay claimant $7 million in damages”

“Department of Justice to investigate police department practices”

If you want your department to avoid becoming the subject in one of the headlines above, attend this unique and important Horton risk management workshop for you. 

Carter Larry, the head of Horton’s specialized law enforcement risk management consulting practice, will lead a workshop that focuses on assessing and controlling risk in municipal law enforcement.

Because law enforcement has been a target rich environment for litigation in recent years, this workshop will provide attendees with the information necessary to identify opportunities to manage and mitigate risk by focusing on a best practices approach.

Police department leadership, municipal risk managers, and mayors should attend this timely and important workshop. Chiefs and deputy chiefs who attend will receive three credit hours of training certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board.

The costs of a preventable claim increases the cost of insurance and eats away at the already thin department and municipal budgets. Learn how industry leading law enforcement best practices can ease the burden on your department’s budget and prevent its mention in future news headlines.

Carter Larry is a law enforcement expert with over 20 years of experience developing and implementing effective risk management programs for a large, municipal police department.


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CARTER LARRY LAW ENFORCEMENT RISK ANALYST, THREAT ASSESSMENT & SECURITY CONSULTANT

Carter Larry is a Law Enforcement Risk Analyst and Threat Assessment & Security Consultant for Horton Safety Consultants, a Horton subsidiary which provides comprehensive safety consulting services to a growing number of industrial, construction, public entity and service operations.

Carter joined Horton in 2016, after serving 20 years with the Bolingbrook Police Department. At Horton, Carter is a member of our Municipal Practice, drawing on his highly specialized skills as a former police officer and police spokesman. He leads a team of safety specialists who provide security/threat assessment consulting to a wide range of businesses, organizations, and municipal law enforcement agencies.


 

For questions about this event, please contact Carol Nehls at 708.845.3668.

 

Have questions about How to Avoid Being the Next News Headline (Oak Brook, IL)? Contact The Horton Group

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Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center
3500 Midwest Road
Oak Brook, IL 60523

Thursday, June 15, 2017 from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM (CDT)


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The Horton Group

The Horton Group is an insurance, employee benefits and risk advisory firm. We specialize in helping clients turn costs and risk into competitive advantage, and growing the business for tomorrow. Our business is about helping you achieve a higher level of performance. The Horton Group has the people, insight and innovation to get ahead of trends, and offer new ideas on critical challenges. 

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