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Strategies for Public Safety Transformation

Strategies for Public Safety Transformation 2003
Technology and Counterterrorism: Prevention, Protection and Pursuit
March 10-11, 2003 - Bal Harbour, Florida, USA.

Keynote Speakers

Conference Master of Ceremonies:

Co-Hosted by:

  • Tom Gede, Executive Director, Conference of Western Attorneys General
  • Paul Kennedy, Sr. Assistant Deputy Solicitor General, Government of Canada

Keynote Speakers:

The Honourable Wayne Easter, PC, MP.
Solicitor General of Canada

Speaker: The Honourable
Wayne Easter, PC, MP.
Solicitor General of Canada

Mr. Easter became Solicitor General on October 22, 2002. First elected in 1993, he represents the riding of Malpeque in Prince Edward Island. He has been Chair of the House Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans, and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans. Mr. Easter and his wife Helen co-own a mixed farming operation in North Wiltshire. They have two children.

John Malcolm - U.S. Deputy Assistant Attorney General

Mr. Malcolm is currently a Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice, where his responsibilities include the Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section, the Domestic Security Section, and the Office of Special Investigations.
Speaker: John Malcolm, U.S.
Deputy Assistant
Attorney General

For seven years, Mr. Malcolm was an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Atlanta, in the fraud and public corruption section. He also served as an Associate Independent Counsel in Washington, D.C. investigating fraud and abuse at HUD. Before rejoining the DoJ in 2001, Mr. Malcolm was a partner at the Atlanta law firm of Malcolm & Schroeder, L.L.P.

John Walsh - Fox TV's "America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back"
John Walsh
Speaker: John Walsh

John Walsh is widely recognized as a tireless advocate for victim's rights and missing children as host of the nation's number-one crime-fighting show, America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back and also his own daily talk show.

Law Enforcement officials around the nation have honored Walsh for his efforts. He has received the FBI's highest civilian award, and is the only private citizen to receive a Special Recognition Award by a U.S. Attorney General. He has been honored four times by three presidents, and was recently asked by Colin Powell and President Bush to do a special America's Most Wanted featuring the 22 terrorists that now top the FBI's most wanted list.

Sarah Hart, Director, National Institute of Justice, USA
Sarah Hart
Speaker: Sarah Hart, Director,
National Institute of Justice, USA

The National Institute of Justice is the research and development agency of the U.S. Department of Justice. Sarah Hart became NIJ Director in August 2001. She had been Chief Counsel for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, after 16 years as a prosecutor in the Philadelphia District Attorney´┐Żs Office. She provided substantial assistance to the Judiciary Committees of the U.S. Congress in drafting the federal Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA) and its 1997 amendments. Ms. Hart has served on various committees, provided extensive training on the PLRA and corrections legal issues, and published articles on federalism, corrections, and criminal law. She is a graduate of Rutgers School of Law where she was associate editor of the Law Review.

Giuliano (Zack) Zaccardelli
Commissioner, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Speaker: Giuliano
(Zack) Zaccardelli
Commissioner, Royal Canadian
Mounted Police

Giuliano Zaccardelli moved to Canada from Italy at age 7 and lived in Montreal until he joined the RCMP in 1970. His career across Canada included general officer duty, investigation of commercial crime, the Immigration and Passport Branch, and the Criminal Operations Branch. He became Commanding Officer for Ontario in 1995, a Deputy Commissioner in 1998, and Commissioner in 2000. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Commissioner Zaccardelli is a popular and sought-after speaker on organized crime, globalization, cyber-crime and related issues. He is perfectly trilingual in English, French and Italian and maintains strong ties to the Italian community. He holds a B. Comm. (Business Administration) from Loyola College.

Ward Elcock
Director, Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Speaker: Ward Elcock
Director, Canadian Security
Intelligence Service

Ward Elcock holds degrees in political science and law, and served as a lawyer in several ministries before joining the Privy Council Office in 1983. In 1989 he became the PCO's Deputy Clerk, Security & Intelligence, and Counsel, and in May 1994 he took his current position.

Advisory Committee:

  • Walter Owen Pryor - Deputy Director & Managing Attorney, National Association of Attorneys General, Washington, DC
  • Stephen P. Higgins - Republican Chief Counsel, Subcommittee on Technology and Government Information Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, Washington, DC
  • Avery D. Mann - Publicist, America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back, Washington, DC
  • Greg Wright - Executive Director, Integrated Justice, Information Secretariat, Solicitor General of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  • Jim Nichols, Deputy Solicitor General, Province of Alberta
  • Bill Lenton, Assistant Commissioner Federal Services, RCMP, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  • Donald E. Santarelli - Attorney at Law, Bell Boyd and Lloyd, Washington, DC
  • Roger Ham - Deputy Chief of Police, CIO Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles, California

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