Location: Lee Roy Selmon's 4302 @ Boy Scout Blvd, Tampa, FL 33607
Date/Time: May 27, 2015 11:30am - 1:00pm
Topic: Crisis Communication
- Sustaining a multi-day crisis event
- Teamwork(with multiple government agencies)
- Brand protection
- Public confidence and trust
- Ending the crisis
- Post crisis event considerations
We've seen the various crises covered in the news and know the real threat this presents to our companies and the safety of its employees. This is an important topic that you will not want to miss.
Note: This presentation supports the Professional Practice "Crisis Communications" and you can claim CEAPs as part of your annual certification.
Special Agent Dave Couvertier has been employed with the FBI for over 23 years and has served in federal law enforcement for 32-1/2 years.
During his career, he has been assigned to different FBI field offices within the United States and has served in overseas locations. He has investigated a variety of criminal matters under the FBI's federal jurisdiction, to include serving on the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Agent Couvertier has performed in a variety of professional positions during his law enforcement career - which include case manager, supervisory duties, hostage negotiator, FBI corporate security officer, program manager, general police instructor, SWAT team member and sniper.
In 2007, Agent Couvertier was selected as the spokesman and public affairs officer for the FBI Tampa Division. His area of responsibility includes 18-counties and seven FBI offices located within the Central and Southwest Florida region. Some of his duties entail the timely management and dissemination of information to the public, maintaining liaison with the media community, and addressing congressional inquiries.
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