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Chief Brian Manley, Austin Police Department

  • July 19, 2017
  • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
  • The University of Texas Club - 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78705

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Update on the Austin Police Department

It's been more than six months since Interim Police Chief Brian Manley stepped into the role Chief Art Acevedo vacated in 2016. What changes have taken place? How is the Austin Police Department continuing its work to connect with the community?


Join us as Chief Manley explains the state of APD and takes your questions.

About our speaker

Chief Brian Manley has been with APD since 1990. During his time, has has worked in and supervised numerous areas, including: Patrol, Narcotics, Child Abuse, Homicide, and Special Operations & Homeland Security.

Chief Manley earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 1992, majoring in Finance. He earned his Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Ethics (MSOLE) degree from St. Edward’s University in Austin in 2004 and was recognized as the St. Edward’s University 2004 Outstanding MSOLE Graduate of the Year. Chief Manley is a graduate of the Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Management Institute for Police, the Major Cities Chiefs Association’s Police Executive Leadership Institute, and is an IACP certified Leadership in Police Organizations instructor.

Agenda:

6:50am - Coffee & Networking 

7:10am - Breakfast Buffet

7:25am - Introductions & Announcements

7:50am - Speaker Introduction

8:20am - Q&A

8:30am - Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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