2023 Annual General Meeting & End of Year Celebration

πŸ—“οΈ December 13th, 5:00pm - 9:30pm

Location πŸ“

Courtyard Restaurant
21 George St., Byward Market, Ottawa, ON

Street parking in the vicinity and public transportation is available.

The ASIS Ottawa Chapter 140 invites you to our AGM and end-of-year celebration. We will have guest speakers, networking opportunities, awards and recognition, elections, and more during this event. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet new colleagues and friends and celebrate our success and achievements with your local security community.

Agenda πŸ“‹

πŸ•” 17h00 – 18h15 – Registration / Networking
πŸ•• 18h15 – 18h30 – Opening Remarks / Year in Review – Chapter Executive
πŸ•– 18h30 – 19h15 – Dinner
πŸ•— 19h15 – 20h30 – Presentation and Q&A
πŸ•— 20h30 – 20h45 – Chapter Business
πŸ•˜ 20h45 – 21h30 – Networking and Evening Close-out

Tickets 🎟️

➑️ $110 Current ASIS/CANASA/DRIE/ISSA Members
➑️ $135 Non-members and guests
➑️ Corporate Tables $800 (includes corporate logo on the table)

All tickets must be purchased online in advance. Email confirmation receipt is sent automatically upon payment.

Meal 🍽️

We will be offering canapes and hors d’oeuvres during the networking, followed by a four-course plated dinner consisting of soup, salad, main entree, dessert, coffee and tea. Your choice of the salad, main entree and dessert is to be selected at the table. Red and white wine will be available during dinner at each table.

Dress πŸ‘”

➑️ Business Attire

Sponsorship πŸ’Έ

For sponsorship questions and prize donations; please get in touch with our Chapter Chair, Dan Corriveau by email at: chairperson@asischapter140.org

➑️ Event Sponsor: $1000
➑️ Wine Sponsor: $750
➑️ AV Sponsor: $150

Other sponsorship opportunities are available.

Presentation Title: Crisis Management, The French perspective after the 2015 terrorist attacks 🎀

Our keynote speaker will share the French perspective of Governmental Crisis Management and more specifically its great shift after the terrorist attacks that struck the country in 2015. He will provide an overview of the lessons learned and adaptations of regular schemes and outline how Non-State Actors are from now on more closely embedded in the resolution of such crisis.

Sylvain JolieSpeaker Biography – Sylvain Joly πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’Ό

Sylvain Joly is a former superintendent of the French National Police. He has provided strong and continuous service for 20 years across various Police and Homeland Intelligence assignments, in France and Internationally. Through his different assignments, he has developed a strong background in security management and advisory. Graduating from the French National Police College, he holds a Master of Laws and two Bachelors in Criminal Sciences and Crisis Management.

From 2017 to 2021, Sylvain was assigned as Deputy Commander of the French National Police Special Tactics Command β€œRAID”. In this posting, he successfully managed several high-intensity crises, such as hostage-taking situations, barricade incidents, and terrorist attacks.