Cotter Research 2013 Winter Technology "Virtual Conference" for Public Safety and Supporting the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
ANNANDALE, Va., Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Cotter Research, Inc., a leading advocate and consulting firm for law enforcement, announced that the Cotter Research 2013 Winter Technology "Virtual Conference" for Public Safety scheduled for February 4 - 8 2013, has been designated as an official fundraising event to support the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and 20% of the conference proceeds will be donated to support this incredibly worthy cause. The latest details concerning this important event can be found online at: http://www.cotterresearch.com/2013_Winter_Conference.html .
The week-long event will center on topics related to all aspects of law enforcement technology and information sharing. This new concept of hosting a "virtual conference" on mission critical topics will help individuals and organizations advance their knowledge of today's technology trends without paying fees for travel related expenses.
The reality is that many organizations, both public and private, do not have the funding resources available yet technology continues to evolve. Cotter Research is using a web-based conference format to deliver critical information to the widest audience possible and in the most cost-effective manner. This format completely removes the high cost of travel and allows for maximum participation in the conference. Plus, it is also a "green" concept!
About Cotter Research
Cotter Research, Inc. was established in 2009 to provide consulting services to public and private organizations. Cotter Research is a small, woman-owned business located in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area. The company's primary focus is to help advance law enforcement's knowledge and education on evolving technology trends and information sharing issues. Ms. Heather R. Cotter, President and CEO, founded Cotter Research because she is an advocate for law enforcement. Having previously been employed by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, she understands that although agencies have similar operations and missions, every agency is unique when it comes to their standard operating procedures, business requirements, and communities they serve.
News and information are available at www.cotterresearch.com
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