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2018 CONFERENCE


IFCPP's 19th Annual Conference will be held at the Hearst Castle and Cambria Pines Lodge in San Simeon and Cambria, California October 13-17, 2018.  Next year's big event will be hosted by the Hearst Castle and California State Parks.  Stay tuned for details...


2017 Schedule


saturday, SEPTEMBER 16

Yankees game at Yankees Stadium (afternoon game, transportation provided)

sunday, SEPTEMBER 17

Mystic Seaport and Aquarium Excursion
Mohegan Sun Casino Excursion
Conference Registration
IFCPP Evening Welcome Reception at the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale
Exhibit Show

monday, September 18

Group breakfast
Keynote address and classroom sessions
CIPM certification courses
Exhibit Show
Group lunch & exhibitor presentation
Afternoon Yale museum excursion/tour
Group networking dinner

tuesday, September 19

Group breakfast
Keynote address and classroom sessions
CIPM certification courses
Security for Special Collections Librarians track
Group lunch & exhibitor presentation
Afternoon Yale cultural excursions/tours
Yale Libraries reception and dinner

wednesday, september 20

Group breakfast
Keynote address and classroom sessions
CIPM certification courses
Group lunch
Afternoon Yale museum excursions/tours
Group networking dinner and award ceremony

All activities and transportation included with conference registration!  Spouses and companions are welcome to join us at additional fees, as space allows.  Spouse/companion registration now available (see "Spouse/Companion" registration form), advance registration required.

Schedule subject to change.


Programs

Following is a preliminary list of conference offerings, included with all full conference registrations...

Keynote Addresses:

From Theft to Recovery – FBI Art Crime Division Briefing

The Map Thief: The Gripping Story of an Esteemed Rare Map Dealer Who Made Millions Stealing Priceless Maps

A Word from Kristina Anderson — Virginia Tech Attack Survivor, Founder of the Koshka Foundation for Safe Schools, and an international advocate in the fields of bystander intervention, active shooter response and violence prevention within schools, workplaces and public spaces

Additional Sessions:

Certified Institutional Protection Manager (CIPM) course work
Entry Screening Considerations
Leadership: The Job to be Done
Use it or Lose It: Due Diligence & Loss Prevention
Security as a Byproduct of Superior Customer Service
Developing/Enhancing a Risk Assessment/Emergency Procedures Manual and Mandatory Training Module for Your Institution
Yale Citizen’s Police Academy Briefing – Community Relations, K-9 Bomb Unit, Investigations & more
How to Form an Active Shooter Emergency Plan for Your Organization
How to Continue Business at Your Organization After the Emergency is Over
Breaking from Old Security Models
Open Sourced Security Systems
Yale Cultural Properties Security Model

Activities:

Guided tours and presentations of the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale West Campus, Yale University Art Gallery, Yale Center for British Art

Evening networking events include: Sterling Memorial Library Reception, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library Dinner, and nightly group dinners

Exhibits include hand-picked industry service providers and special product presentations

Library Track:

The Map Thief: The Gripping Story of an Esteemed Rare Map Dealer Who Made Millions Stealing Priceless Maps
How to Create and/or Supplement your Security Manual
Balancing Access and Security in Library Special Collections
The Philosophy of Fire Protection
Safe Handling of Special Collection Material
Performing a Security Audit on your Reading Room
Why People Steal from Special Collection Libraries, How to Recognize it and What We Can do to Prevent It
How to Plan for and Maintain Security During a Construction Project
More to come...