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IPTM Leadership Summit

October 28-30, 2024 • Jacksonville, FL

Building Tomorrow's Leaders Today

This three-day event brings together public safety professionals from law enforcement, military, fire, and corrections to provide leadership training for newly promoted supervisors, managers, and tenured leaders.

Industry leaders will share the latest information on the hottest issues facing today’s public safety agencies to equip you with the tools to lead effectively, as well as foster a unique environment of cross-disciplinary learning and networking. See the confirmed sessions and presenters below.

Tuition: $695


IPTM - University of North Florida (Map)
12000 Alumni Drive
Jacksonville, Florida 32224

Preferred Hotel:

Homewood Suites by Hilton (Reservations)
Jacksonville South - St. Johns Town Center
10434 Midtown Parkway
Jacksonville, Florida 32224

Special Rates:
Queen Studio $129 | King/One Bedroom $139



  • Meet and Greet (TBA)
    Homewood Suites by Hilton


  • Check-In at IPTM
    University of North Florida
    (7-8 AM)
  • IPTM Welcome
    Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Honor Guard
    (8-9 AM)
  • General Sessions
    (9:15-11:30 AM)
  • Lunch On Your Own
    (11:30 AM-1 PM)
  • Breakout Sessions
    (1-4:30 PM)


  • Program Review
    (8-8:15 AM)
  • General Session
    (8:15 -11:30 AM)
  • Lunch On Your Own
    (11:30 AM-1 PM)
  • Breakout Sessions
    (1-4:30 PM)


  • Program Review
    (8-8:30 AM)
  • General Session
    (8:30-11:30 AM)
  • Closing Remarks, Certificate Distribution
    (11:30 AM-12 PM)

General Sessions

Authentic Executive Leadership

Jack James, Brigadier General
Army National Guard

Innovative Forensic Resources for Leadership

Nancy Sulinski-Steffens
Orlando Police Department

A Leadership Conversation - Chief Panel

Brett Railey, Howard Hall, and Al Rollins

Managing Legal Risk Consistent with Agency Values

Paul Rozelle, Managing Senior Counsel
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office

Breakout Sessions

Accelerate Your Career from Line Supervision to Middle Management

Capt. Dan Shivers
Volusia Sheriff's Office

Adaptive Leadership Needs in a Diverse Workforce

Capt. Jessica Ryan
Plantation Police Department

Building Successful Collaborate Community Partnerships

Hans Lehman, Assistant Chief of Police
Lakeland Police Department

Exploring New and Diverse Background Methodologies

Sgt. Karan Kumar Sharma
Louisiana State Police

FDOT Grant Management for Leadership

Chris Craig, Traffic Safety Administrator
Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)

Re-Engaging Traffic Enforcement Priorities

Chief Howard Hall
Roanoke County Police Department

Serve and Lead with Emotional Intelligence

Joe Moorhouse, Director of Training
Tactical Air Support / J. W. Moorhouse Consulting

Understanding Polygraph Deception

Det. George Louk
Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office