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Abstract Submission / Call for Presentations


Thank you for your interest in submitting a presentation for consideration at the FBINAA National Annual Training Conference, July 20-23, 2024 in Kansas City, Missouri.

FBINAA members and other non-member speakers with valuable law enforcement training sessions are encouraged to submit proposals to present sessions at the 2024 FBINAA Conference. The deadline for the Conference to receive proposals is December 1, 2023, at 5:00 pm Eastern Time.

FBI National Academy Graduates wishing to be considered to present at the annual conference must be a current FBINAA member in good standing with an active Chapter membership.

Please review the following information before starting the submission process:
  • A presenter may be featured as a speaker in up to two (2) proposals
  • Education sessions will be approximately 60-90 minutes in length (no less), including time for a participant question and answer period
  • The conference is looking for bold, exciting, innovative, engaging, and interactive sessions
  • Have the following information ready to submit with your proposal, as these must be submitted with the proposal:
    • Biographies of each and all speakers in the session (each biography up to 150 words in paragraph form - no bullet points)
    • Headshot of each and all speakers in the session (high-resolution image file - i.e. 300 dpi jpeg or other image)
    • Links to videos of past speaking engagements (this may help increase chances of selection)
    • Session title (title is not subject to change after selected and published online)
    • Session description to clearly define the session content and educational value to the audience (up to 150 words in paragraph form - no bullet points)
    • 3 Learning Objectives with which the Conference can best evaluate the proposal
Based on the education and training needs of the membership, topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Leadership through Civil Unrest, Protest, and Marches
  • Tactical Response: Leadership Lessons Learned
  • Leadership Role in Equipping, Training, and Supporting Field Trauma, Treatment, and First Aid
  • Physical Fitness for Command Level Officers
  • Emerging Technologies in Law Enforcement
  • Artificial Intelligence: Impacts, Issues, Concerns and What to Expect for Law Enforcement
  • Violent Extremism and Radical Groups
  • Officer Resiliency, Safety, and Wellness
  • Life After Law Enforcement for our Membership and Families
  • Social Media: Uses, Functions, Pitfalls, and How to Protect our Family Members and our Officers
  • Officer-involved shooting: The Hidden Injury to the Officer, their Family, and the Department
  • ABLE
The deadline to submit is December 1, 2023, at 5:00 pm Eastern Time.