August 21 – August 23, 2019

Franklin Marriott Cool Springs, Franklin, TN

Please join us for the 4th Annual Risk & Insurance Symposium. Public Entity Partners’ members from across the state are invited to register for three days of educational sessions and networking opportunities.  Last year’s event brought almost 200 local government officials together to network, gain valuable continuing education credits, and refresh their outlook on safety and risk management.

This year’s event will provide participants with quality risk management educational opportunities in multiple areas of interest to local governments.  Participants may register for the entire three-day event or for the days that best fit their areas of interest.  In addition to the general risk management courses, we are also offering a specific law enforcement track and cyber security track on Wednesday and Thursday of the symposium for local government employees who have an interest in these areas of risk management. 

Sessions offered are designed to improve your risk and insurance knowledge and give participants tangible ideas to implement within their entity.  This year we will be offering single or multiple day registrations. 

This year’s event truly offers something for everyone across all three days and, for the first time, will provide numerous types of continuing educations credits.  In addition to sessions that earn CMFO credits, we will also offer sessions eligible for utility commissioner continuing education credits and POST credits.  The agenda is still being finalized and some continuing education credits are still pending, but sessions that have already been approved include up to 15.5 CMFO credit hours, with 12.5 CMFO credit hours in the financial category!  

Conference Session Topics Include:

  • Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • The Open Records Act and How it Applies to Social Media
  • How I Hacked You (in 10 minutes or less)
  • Protecting Your Entity from ADA Lawsuits
  • Internal Investigations
  • Cyber Security
  • Active Shooter Preparedness