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Memphis - Regional Heavy Equipment Theft Summit
Memphis, Tennessee, United States - 22nd May 2007
Conference / congress

Hosted by Memphis Police Department

FBI-LEEDA and the National Equipment Register invite you to participate in a one-day regional summit designed for:
Law Enforcement
Equipment Owners, Dealers or Rental
Insurance Adjusters or Agents
General session - examines the equipment theft problem, recovery challenges and solutions. By exploring the growing problem of construction and agricultural equipment theft, the challenges that hinder equipment recovery and the latest equipment security technologies, attendees will be better prepared to join the fight against equipment theft.

Break-out Classes - provide law enforcement with instruction in equipment identification training, while equipment owners and insurers explore theft prevention strategies and how to increase the chances of recovering stolen equipment.

Catered Lunch - gives equipment owners and law enforcement an opportunity to discuss issues of common interest and ways to support each other’s efforts.

Lunch included.

Please provide your name, agency or company and contact details to NER by 3/15/07. You can reach NER by phone at (866) 663-7872 or via e-mail at

National Equipment Register contact
Dejanne Simmons-Weston

22nd May 2007

Badge pick-up: 8.30 AM – 9.00 AM Classes: 9.00 AM – 3.30 PM (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

Memphis Police Training Academy 4371 O.K. Robertson Road Memphis, TN 38127

There is no cost for law enforcement, equipment owners and NER member insurers.

Contact for booking / more info:
Dejanne Simmons-Weston

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