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Michael Gips

Michael Gips, the former Chief Global Knowledge Officer and Chief Security Officer for ASIS International, is a renowned expert in global security. He has worked on the ground and presented in such locations as Madrid, Hong Kong, Sao Paulo, Kuala Lumpur, Sydney, London, Warsaw, Mexico City, Istanbul and Tel Aviv. He has won multiple awards for his security work and professional writings, and has published more than 1,000 articles. He is an officer of the Global Consortium of Law Enforcement Training Executives (GCLETE), an advisor at Cardinal Point Strategies, and a principal at Global Insights in Professional Security.

At the March of the Living, police officers engage in a profound journey through history to instill a deeper understanding of the consequences of unchecked hate and the importance of empathy and respect in modern policing
Surveillance towers, real-time digital fingerprinting and autonomous patrol cars are just a few examples of the tech-driven revolution in law enforcement
The tragic death of a 9-year-old girl motivates collaboration at the I-95 Working Group conference to implement solutions to address gun crime
The U.S. southern border is being protected by a small band of deputies and police who are the front line of defense for every community in the nation
New responsibilities include the detection and seizure of explosives, de-mining and capturing gun runners, as well as the grim work of “investigating war crimes committed by the enemy”
Rising gang violence has escalated in Sweden over the past decade, leading to an increase in shootings, grenade bombings and concerns about public safety
Communities far from the border are confronting complex criminal issues spawned by the unbridled flood of illegal migrants