Annual Training Conference Information

The 2018 Annual Traning Conference will be held March 13-14, 2018 in Milwaukee.

This conference will be an abbrevaited format and there is no vendor show due to ASP WI hosting the NTOA Conference September 16-21, 2018.

Our full conference and vendor show will resume in 2019.


2018 ASP-WI Tactical Operations Conference Info

Cost: $95 (Includes two lunches and tuition)

Location: Italian Comminity Center 631 E. Chicago Street Milwaukee, WI 53202

Click HERE for the line up and registration link.


Although there is no host hotel, a group rate block has been set up at the Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield Hotel.  The hotel link can be accessed by clicking HERE



Tuesday (March 13, 2018)

 0700 – 0800  Registration

0800 – 0815  Opening Ceremony 

0815 - 1000 Hours

Jason Schechterle "Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it"

  • Overcoming adversity
  • Dealing with change
  • Power of love
  • Human spirit
  • Embracing your challenges and always be the best version of you
  • Never giving in, never giving up


1000 - 1200 Hours  "Born to Die, Just Not Today" - 

A very personal and insightful story of an OIS incident that left his K-9 dead, and him severely wounded and his fight to survive. His long road physically and mentally to recovery, that included a new challenge as an amputee. The story includes the heroic rescue that was made by his off duty brother who works for the same police department. 

Officer Marty Dulworth and Officer Joe Garrett (Anderson Police Department Indiana) 


1200 - 1300 Hours  Annual Awards Luncheon 

1300 - 1700 Hours  Rib Mountain Hostage Incident Debrief (occurred on March 2, 2017) 

 Active Shooter/Barricade Incident Debrief (occurred on March 22, 2017) Which Spanned Across Rothschild, Schofield & Weston, Wisconsin

Wednesday (March 14, 2018)

0800 - 1000 Hours  Oakland Incident Debrief -

Murder of Four Oakland Police Officers during a Traffic Stop and Barricade Incident

 Lieutenant Michael Reilly (Oakland Police Department - Retired) 

1000 - 1200 Hours  Integrating EOD into SWAT Operations - Eric Gahagen (Massachusetts State Police - Retired)

1200 - 1230 Hours Lunch 

1230 - 1430 Hours "WINNING THE FIGHT!" - Officer Josh Comitale (Troy Police Department)

Debrief of an Officer Involved Shooting in Troy, NY (occurred on August 22, 2015)

 Officer Josh Comiitale (Troy Police Department)

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