2016 Schedule of Events

Sunday, August 21
12:00pm – 4:00pm

Ride & Drive Set Up

Location: Ohio Peace Officers Training Academy (OPOTA)

4:00pm – 7:00pm

Registration

Location: Greater Columbus Convention Center (GCCC) Hall D

Monday, August 22
8:00am – 5:00pm

Registration

Location: GCCC, Outside Hall D

10:00am – 3:00pm

Ride & Drive Event

Location: OPOTA


Attendees will be bussed to the Ohio Peace Officers Training Academy in London. OH. Busses will depart to/from the Greater Columbus Convention Center (GCCC). We will have multiple busses on rotation throughout the day. Attendees will be able to test drive the latest vehicles from Chevrolet, FCA & Ford, as well as some alternative vehicles, and observe several static displays of various vendors and chat with salespeople on hand. A complimentary boxed lunch will be provided at the event. You must have your badge and a wristband to attend. Both can be picked up at the Registration Booth at the convention center. This event runs rain or shine!

9:00am

Busses will begin loading from the Greater Columbus Convention Center


9:15am

Busses will begin departing from the GCCC and head to the track


10:00am-3:00pm

Ride & Drive Event


11:45am – 1:00pm

Boxed lunch will be served


1:00pm-1:45pm

Class Session: Vehicle Graphics & Wraps
Presenter: Jake Zaagman, Jake The Striper


3:15pm

Last bus will depart OPOTA to return to the convention center

Sponsored by Chevrolet, FCA & Ford Motor Company

8:00pm – 11:00pm

Hospitality Suite

Location: Hilton Hotel


Come and join your colleagues for an informal networking event. Complimentary beer, wine and appetizers will be served.

Tuesday, August 23
8:00am – 4:00pm

Registration

Location: GCCC, Outside Hall D

8:30am – 9:00am

Opening Ceremony / Welcome Session

Location: GCCC,

9:15am – 3:15pm

Vehicle Manufacturer Dialogues

Location: GCCC,


During this session, each vehicle manufacturer addresses new vehicle model updates; service information; new programs and current issues focusing on police certified vehicles and other models used for various police functions. Attendees will have the opportunity to address the manufacturers with questions and/or concerns. Hear from the manufacturer experts on how to improve your fleet and inform your command of recent cutting-edge technology.


Class Objectives:

  • Get up-to-date information on current and future vehicle plans.
  • Learn what’s new for the model year so you can begin planning your purchases.
  • Learn about service concerns possibly affecting your fleet.
  • Get one-on-one time with manufacturers to address your concerns.
  • Obtain key contact information from each manufacturer to assist you after the Expo.

9:15am – 10:30am Ford Motor Company


Presenters:


10:45am – 12pm Chevrolet Division

Presenters: Mr. Brian Bowden, U.S. Government Sales Manager, Mr. Dana Hammer, Manager, Law Enforcement Vehicles


12:00pm – 1:55pm LUNCH – On Your Own


2:00pm – 3:15pm FCA

Presenters: Mr. David Callery, Program Manager, Law Enforcement & Emergency Response Vehicles, Mr. Bick Pratt, Sr. Manager, Head of Government Sales & Operations


3:30pm – 4:30pm Alternative Vehicles: Motorcycles

Location: GCCC


6:00pm – 10:00pm Evening Sponsored Event

Location: TBA


More information to come!

Wednesday, August 24
8:30am – 9:45am

Agency Networking Dialogues


Attendees are divided into three groups based on number of vehicles in the agency. This informal discussion covers a variety of topics based on what attendees want to discuss or “what keeps you up at night.” Some examples are vehicle service issues, procurement, vehicle sales, equipment issues and administrative roadblocks. Share ideas: exchange solutions, and know that you’re not alone with your issues.


Small Agency; Up to 50 Vehicles

Location: GCCC


Medium Agency; 50 to 150 Vehicles

Location: GCCC


Large and Federal Agencies; more than 150 Vehicles

Location: GCCC


Class Objectives:

  • Share ideas with your colleagues
  • Learn about successful programs that worked with agencies your same size
  • Network to continue the dialogue after you leave Louisville
  • Identify solutions for short- and long-term issues
  • Learn you’re not alone tackling everyday challenges
10:00am – 11:00am

(3) Concurrent Sessions


1. Fleet Management 101

Location: GCCC


Managing your fleet today requires both technical and financial knowledge. You need to know what your costs are. What is your shop rate? You need to be able to brief the managers of your organization in what you do and how that benefits them. In this session we will talk about what tasks are important. We will discuss parts room costs and management and the productivity of your staff. Also, we’ll discuss warranty recovery, fuel tax recovery, accident costs and hazard waste costs. We’ll also cover when a vehicle should be repaired or replaced.


Class Objectives:

  • New equipment “in-processing” checklist
  • “Out-processing” sold equipment
  • Fleet mission statement
  • Parts room costs
  • Developing your service intervals
  • Warranty, fuel tax and accident recovery
  • Accident reports and cost-per- mile calculations
  • Equipment replacement goals
  • Cost to in-service a police car
  • Shop rates
  • Managed competition/privatization

Presenter: Mr. Bill DeRousse, Fleet Services


2. Fleet Financing

Location: GCCC


Presenter: Ms. Joanne Cornier & Mr. Bob Crowe, Acme Auto Leasing


3. Fleet Maintenance

Location: GCCC


Presenter: Capt. Matt Ayers, Sevierville Police Department, Sgt. Marc Basye, Kent State University UFM-Fleet Services

11:15am – 12:15pm

Tire Forensics

Location: GCCC


This is an interactive workshop/seminar for those who are interested in developing an understanding of the mechanics of tire forensics.


Participants will learn to determine differences in tire conditions and how they occur. They will also be able to apply the information learned in investigations and determining accident profiles. This information can also be applied to your shop in reducing tire failure and increasing the tire life of your pursuit tires.


This will be a limited opportunity to learn from actual pursuit tire engineers and ask the questions you’ve always wanted to ask.


Presenter: Mr. Norris “T.J.” Tennent, Bridgestone Firestone North American Tire, Mr. Rick Wendt, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company.


12:15pm – 1:25pm LUNCH – On Your Own


1:30pm – 6:00pm Exhibit Hall Open

Location: GCCC, Hall D


6:00pm – 10:00pm Evening Sponsored Event

Location: TBA


More information to come!

Thursday, August 25
8:30am –12:00pm

Registration

Location: GCCC


9:30am – 1:30pm Exhibit Hall Open

Location: GCCC, Hall D


1:30pm – 1:55pm LUNCH – On Your Own


2:00pm – 3:00pm Fleet Management 102:

Managing Expectations for the New Fleet Manager

Location: GCCC


This is a Panel Discussion focusing on the person new to the field of fleet maintenance or management, or new to the position of “police” fleet maintenance or management. Four fleet managers with very different perspectives will offer tips and advice to help the new fleet manager with expectations of the new job; literally, what to expect and what to do about it – forewarned is forearmed.


Presenters: Capt. Matt Ayers, Sevierville Police Department, Lt. David Hughes, Columbus OH Division of Police, Lt. Ed Sanow, Police Fleet Manager Magazine


3:15pm – 3:30pm Wrap-Up Session/Adjournment

Location: GCCC


Moderators: Mr. Henry Kingwill; Mr. Pete Kingwill, Police Fleet Expo, Capt. Matt Ayers, Sevierville Police Department.


*Schedule subject to change without notice*



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