agenda


September 5th, 2018


7:00-8:45

Registration


8:45-9:00

 

 

 

Welcoming remarks


9:00-9:30

 

 

 

U.S. Coast Guard Opening Opening Remarks


GROUP A 9:30-10:00
GROUP B 10:30-11:00

 

 

 

 

VRF Information:  Purpose is to create common understanding of the program and State Parks’ needs, purpose is to gather input from agencies on their concerns, needs ideas


GROUP B 9:30-10:00
GROUP A 10:30-11:00

Personal Flotation Devices Labels

 

Christina Fremont, Communications Consultant


10:00-10:30

Networking Break


Group A 11:00-12:00
Group B 1:00-2:00

 

Making SECTOR work for you on the water

 

Deputy Wade Hilliard, Grant County Sheriffs Office


Group B 11:00-12:00
Group A 1:00-2:00

 

BUI from a Prosecutor’s Perspective

12:00-1:00

 

Lunch


Group a 2:00-3:00

Group B 3:30-4:30

Accident reporting: why it’s important, using the GIS mapping site, WSU Accident report review

 

 

Sherri Sweeney, Accident Reporting Specialist
Haley Rice, Paddlesport Specialist

Hoyle Hodges, Marine Law Coordinator, Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission


3:00-3:30

Networking break


Group B 2:00-3:00

Group A 3:30-4:30

Group B: Changing behavior – focusing on key violations that endanger life limb and property


4:30-6:00

Vendor networking event


8:00-10:00

networking room open


September 6th, 2018


Group a 8:00-9:00

Group B 10:15-11:15

Boating Under the Influence:  The SeaFair Boating Under the Influence Emphasis Patrol, how it works and how you can plan an emphasis in your jurisdiction

 

Sgt. Brian Noel, Mercer Island Police Dept.


Group B 8:00-9:00

Group A 10:15-11:15

Outreach and Education: Meet the State Parks Outreach team and learn how they can help you. Each agency is going to walk out of this session with a first draft of their 2019 RBS Outreach and Education Plan.

 

Derek VanDyke, Boating Education Coordinator
Christina Fremont, Communications Consultant
Kaitlin Arnes, Education Outreach Specialist
Luke Robert, Education Outreach Specialist


9:00-9:45

Marijuana Impairment Research


9:45-10:15

Vendor Visit break


11:15-12:00

Marine Law Enforcement Dashboards:  This session will illustrate the data that State Parks is now able to collect, analyze and share.  This data can be used by your agency to help justify your program (if its compelling). 

 

 


12:00-12:15

Administrative housekeeping


12:15-2:00

Annual Awards Luncheon


2:00

conference adjourns