ATPA Grantee Networking at the 2018 IAATI International Training Seminar

Sunday, August 05 2018 5:00 PM - Friday, August 10 2018 12:00 PM [EST]

300 W Station Square Dr, Pittsburgh, PA, 15219, United States

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General Admission - ATPA Grantees/Sub-Grantees Partial Approval - Free

This is for attendees of the conference who are ATPA grant recipients or sub-recipients.

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General Admission - ATPA Board of Directors, Staff & Special Guests Partial Approval - Free

This is for ATPA Board Members and Staff as well as special guests of the ATPA ONLY.

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This is for attendees who are not, in any way, supported by an ATPA grant award or sub-award.

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Sunday, August 05 2018 5:00 PM - Friday, August 10 2018 12:00 PM [EST]

Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square, 300 W Station Square Dr, Pittsburgh, PA, 15219, United States.

ATPA Grantees are required to attend:

·         The President's Reception on Sunday, August 5th at 5pm.

·         The ATPA Grantee Award Dinner at the Grand Concourse restaurant on Monday, August 6th at 6pm.

·         Training courses and seminars conducted on Monday, August 6th and Tuesday, August 7th

        (Note:  Grantees are encouraged to stay and participate for the duration of the event)  

 

Please note there are three required steps that must be done in this order:  

·         2018 IAATI International Training Seminar registration: 

Early Registration Fee: $300.00 (prior to July 16, 2018)
Late registration fee: $325.00 (after July 16, 2018)

(Note: If you are not a current member of IAATI, you may apply for membership during the registration process)

·         Lodging reservations must be made directly through the Sheraton Pittsburgh Station Square.  

·         ATPA Grantee Networking at the 2018 IAATI International Training Seminar 

 

 

All eligible expenses related to your attendance should be charged to your organization’s ATPA grant.  As a reminder, no expense accrued for travel outside the seminar dates of August 5-10, 2018 will be eligible for grant reimbursement.

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2018 IAATI International Training Seminar

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We invite you to join the Pennsylvania ATPA at IAATI’s 66th International Training Seminar, hosted by the North East Regional Chapter in the city of Pittsburgh, PA.  Commencing with the President’s Reception on the evening of Sunday, August 5th, a wide range of high quality training classes will run from Monday, August 6th, through Friday, August 10th.  The seminar is being held at the Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square which is located on the waterfront, in the heart of a 52-acre riverfront complex which includes Station Square restaurants, entertainment and a variety of things to do in Pittsburgh just a short drive away. 

 

Cancellation policy

If you are no longer able to attend the event, you MUST contact IAATI to inquire about a refund of the registration fee and contact the Sheraton Pittsburgh at Station Square to cancel your lodging reservation.

Please also notify the ATPA as soon as possible and no later than July 27, 2018 if your plans change and you can no longer join us at the seminar.

PA Auto Theft Prevention Authority

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The mission of the Pennsylvania Auto Theft Prevention Authority (ATPA) is to enforce, prosecute, and prevent auto theft. ATPA is made up of a statewide network of law enforcement grantees: nearly 100 highly-skilled, specially-trained police officers, state troopers, detectives, prosecutors, paralegals, and support staff. These grantees target both the individual joyrider out to steal a car, as well as the complex, sophisticated international theft rings that smuggle high-end vehicles and cargo overseas. The Authority was created by the General Assembly in 1994, and since inception has contributed to a 77% decrease in the rate of motor vehicle theft in Pennsylvania, compared to a national decrease of 50%.

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