RIPA Data Collection & Reporting Virtual Summit

The first RIPA Stop Data Collection Report containing data analysis from the from the first wave agencies is coming out in April 2020. How will DOJ interpret and report the data, what benchmarks will be used, and how will other stakeholders respond? What can other agencies learn from Wave 1 and 2 agencies prior to their data collection in 2021 and 2022? This summit will offer insights into DOJ’s report shortly after its release and will provide an overview of what agencies can expect when they start collecting data. 

There is much to learn from agencies now collecting it:

  • Do you use DOJ’s data portal or do you use your own or another agency’s system?
  • What are the advantages or disadvantages?
  • What are the comparative benchmarks and how to interpret them?
  • How to develop proactive practices prior to reporting data?
  • How to message your data to your officers and community and what information should be highlighted?
  • How do you review the information before it is submitted to DOJ? Can you or should you? How are you, as the chief, responsible for the integrity of the data?
  • How much training is involved so that officers know how to complete the form?
  • How much time have agencies found that it takes their officers? And how does that impact their available time on parole?
  • What are officers reactions to the new collection requirement?
  • Is your CAD system ready to manage the data?
  • What do you, as a chief or manager, need to know now, to be sure you are ready to report?
  • Are you prepared for the various ways the reported data will be interpreted? 

This insightful summit will feature representatives from agencies currently reporting as well as members of the RIPA board and DOJ. Don’t be caught off guard by the upcoming reporting requirements for your department.

Registration Information

Please click here to register. 

CPCA Registration Fee: 

SUMMIT Dates and Times:

October 20, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

A panel of police department representatives from 1 and 2 wave agencies will share what they have learned with attendees about planning, implementing and analyzing their agencies’ stop data information, etc. 

October 21, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

A panel of DOJ representatives charged with setting up, managing and extracting the stop data information from the 1st and 2nd wave agencies will provide background on the regulations, the problems they have encountered with the information they are provided by agencies, how the DOJ data reporting portal is designed and works and what tips they can offer agencies who will begin collecting and reporting within the next two years.

Who should attend?
The summit is open to Police Chiefs and their Seconds in Command. 

Cancellation Policy
Cancellations must be in writing and emailed to Shannon Mahoney. Cancellations received at least 20 days prior to the beginning of the course date will receive a full refund. Cancellations received between 19 days and 10 days will be subject to a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations received less than 10 days prior to the event will not receive a refund. Registrations are transferable, all changes must be made 10 days prior to the start of the course. NO SHOWS forfeit full registration fee. Course fees are NOT transferable after the last course date.